Wizkid announces Ghana stadium show

Rapper will play first show in Africa this year

Live Hub Entertainment has announced that Grammy award-winning superstar Wizkid will be returning to Ghana for his first show in Africa this year. The Nigerian-born multi-Platinum-selling artist will perform at Accra Sports Stadium on December 10th in what is expected to be a sell-out 40,000-capacity show during yet another busy and exciting festive season in Ghana.

Early bird tickets are on sale now on hapniin.com with Golden Circle, VIP and general admission tickets available. For Wizkid super fans, Golden Circle tickets will give a premium view of the stage and access to the VIP Lounge and official after-party, making for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Demand is already high as fans rush to get their tickets for one of Africa’s biggest and most influential artists. Support acts will be announced soon.

New live event promoter, Live Hub Entertainment, is bringing the internationally renowned artist back to Accra, Ghana for this epic concert, which will be the company’s first production. Live Hub Entertainment is set to be the Live Nation of Africa and seeks to revolutionize the live music scene in Ghana and Africa as a whole, with plans to bring other global superstars to Ghana and other key African cities.

During this economically challenging period in Ghana, Live Hub Entertainment will also be supporting the local Ghanaian economy with this event. The team plan to source the majority of vendors and equipment in Ghana, with only highly specialized equipment to be sourced elsewhere.

This Ghana show will follow Wizkid’s headline concert at Madison Square Garden, New York, and the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. The artist will perform songs from his new album More Love, Less Ego, as well as his biggest hits to his devoted fans. The album is Wizkid’s fifth studio album and features both home and international artists like Ayra Starr, Don Toliver, Skepta, Naira Marley, Skillibeng and Shenseea.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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