Afro Nation Ghana 2022: The Festival Returns In December With Meek Mill And Other Afrobeats Stars
Photo Credit: Courtesy of AfroNation

Photo Credit: Courtesy of AfroNation

Afro Nation Ghana 2022: The Festival Returns In December With Meek Mill And Other Afrobeats Stars

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Brunno Braga
Brunno Braga Nov 7, 2022

Afro Nation Ghana is back.  After a 3 year hiatus, one of the world’s popular Black music events returns to Africa. It will take place at Marine Drive, Black Star Square in Accra on the 29th & 30th of December 2022. Founded to unite the diaspora to celebrate Black Joy, the event is back for a celebratory trip of Black culture.

This highly anticipated next edition of Afro Nation follows up the 2019 landmark African debut in style. This African festival will support local teams to produce the show. Also, it will bring business to as many local vendors as possible, positively impacting Ghana’s cultural and tourism economy.

“Uniting the diaspora on sites of cultural significance across three continents, the Afrobeats explosion continues to grow with Afro Nation right at the heart of it all. It follows the hugely successful Portugal beach festival this summer, and the first US show in Puerto Rico in March. Afro Nation Ghana now welcomes thousands from the global diaspora traveling home to party and be together with friends and family during the turn of the new year in West Africa’s most exciting cultural hub.”

Afro Nation Line-up

The festival promises to deliver an impressive array of today’s hottest artists from Africa and the diaspora. The organization has confirmed some names for the festival’s big return. Rap superstar Meek Mill is the first American to join the bill, marking his first major appearance in Africa. Ghana’s own special guest Stonebwoy is joined by Nigerian party king Davido. The legendary duo P-Square, plus Rema, Dadju, CKay, Adekunle Gold, Black Sherif, coming together with Ghana’s brightest new stars Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Gyakie and Camidoh.

On top of this, Afro Nation Ghana hosts all the leading Amapiano artists Major League DJz, Uncle Waffles, Kamo Mphela, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small’s collaborative project Scorpion Kings – bringing the hottest sounds of the South African underground to the world.

You can check out the Afro Nation Ghana Festival here.

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