Kuami Eugene to Perform At PAMA Festival on August 9th and 10th Alongside Headline Act Steve Bedi, Rhyme Sonny Plus MORE

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The 2019 edition of the Poetry, Animation, Music and Arts (PAMA) Festival, headlined by jazz star Steve Bedi will be supported by the Lynx entertainment superstar Kuami Eugene

Kuami Eugene would appear at the two-day event, which comes off August 9th and 10th at the Efua Sutherland Children’s Park in Accra.

The ‘Confusion’ hitmaker joins an already impressive lineup of artists slated to perform at the event, including headliner Steve Bedi, Rhyme Sonny, Opoku Mensah, Sir Young & Band, Ahimi-Perishkah, JesutheArtist & MZOne Band, Daddo and Shepherd & Afrikan Sweetnes.

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The PAMA fesitval is a fun-filled two-day carnival set up to celebrate the resplendence of the Poetry, Animation, Music & Fine Art industry. The Festival encompasses extremely engaging exhibition sessions, creative arts workshops, animation showing as well as live poetry and music performances. An estimated 3,000 creative art lovers nationwide and abroad are expected to patronize this year’s event.

This year’s event is also expected to host an Xbox/Ps4 gaming competition with prizes for the best players on the day.

PAMA is held annually and brings together practitioners in the four aforementioned fields to delight the general public with their awe-inspiring, God-given talents.

READ ALSO: Steve Bedi to Headline PAMA Festival 2019

Entry is free for the general public, and if you need to relax by yourself or with loved ones, you can scarcely do better than passing through the PAMA Festival.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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