If you are in Accra or within its environs today, there is no reason why should you miss the grand concert which is bringing legendary Hip Life artistes like Reggie Rockstone, the Grand papa of hiplife, Obrafour, NFL, T-Blaze, NFL, Akatakyie, Akyeame, Slim Busterr, VIP, TH 4 Kwages, Samini (Batman), Tic Tac, Ex-Doe, Sony Achiba, Ded Buddy, now known as Qweci and a host of others on a SINGLE stage.
Tonight (21st September, 2012) at the Accra International Conference Centre (Dome), the ‘Back In The Day’ concert will take us to the genesis of Hip Life. If you want to read the mind of the ‘god-father’ when it all began, then you MUST be at the concert.
If you want to see how it all began, the developments and the very strong pioneers who laid the foundation for Hip Life to become what it is today, then you got to be at the first ever ‘Back In The Day’ concert, to be powered by Empire Entertainment & Media GH.
Tickets to the concert are selling fast at GHC50 regular and GHC100 for VIP. You can grab a ticket at Joy Fm, Koala, SilverBird Cinema, RLG Offices, Airport Shell and Empire Entertainment office…
The day we have been talking about and been waiting for is here…Be part of the telling of the Hip Life story… Redefining Hiplife with the ‘Back In The Day’ concert…Do not miss it!
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