Ghana’s biggest and most authentic highlife extravaganza - the Music of Ghanaian Origin (MOGO) concert is gearing up to once again titillate thousands of music lovers and highlife enthusiasts this weekend.
The concert, currently in its 7th year, has amassed a loyal following of international and predominantly Ghanaian fans from all walks of life including corporate executives, academicians, politicians and Ghanaians from the Diaspora.
This loyal following will be expected to dance the night away at the Accra International Conference Centre as the MOGO Concert hits the stage with a big bang.
For just fifty Ghana Cedis (GHC 50) music lovers in Ghana will get to witness an extraordinary showdown of pure Ghanaian Highlife music featuring the crème de la crème of Ghana’s most experienced, gifted and loved highlife artistes.
This year, MOGO once again boasts of a truly remarkable and exciting line-up of highlife gurus.
The list comprises: Rex Omar, AB Crentsil, Adane Best, KK Kabobo, Nana Tuffour, Ewurama Badu, George Jahraa, Tagoe Sisters and Ramblers International Band.
The artistes will be supported on the night by Kwame Yeboah and the ‘Ohia be ye ya’ band.
Patrons of this year’s show can be assured of great music, fabulous stage artistry, nostalgia and of course, lots and lots of dancing in the truly authentic ‘Ghanaian’ style.
Gates at the MOGO concert will open at exactly 7pm on Saturday December 1.
Tickets are available at MTN offices in Osu, the Accra Mall, Hotel Joe Carl, Comm.6 Tema and Citi FM office in Adabraka.
The Music OF Ghanaian Origin (MOGO) is a 97.
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By: Naa Adoley Pappoe/Citifmonline.com/Ghana