The very prestigious 18th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards came off yesterday, as planned at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Unfortunately the event couldn’t start at the scheduled time, due to some unprecedented major challenges we faced with the power supply to the conference centre.
The facility could not supply us with stable electricity from ECG and their over 1000KVA standby generator also couldn’t stay on for more than 15minutes.
At exactly 8.40pm, just at the strike of the drum for the amazing opening performance by the Accra Symphony Orchestra and Lumina, we suddenly lost all power losing some equipment in the process. The fluctuations that would follow are simply unprecedented and inexplicable.
Check out the list of winners in the category from 2000 to 2016:
Audience sang effortlessly and danced to Sweety pie, Susuka, and Oh Azay amongst other songs; the ambiance and screaming suddenly changed when Kinaata rasied his current hit song ‘Confession’.
The entire town of Sunyani and its environs came to a standstill as, Samini, Miss Vee, Medikal, Ras Kuuku, Na Cee, Mabel Okyere amongst other artistes rocked audience at the Coronation Park.
As we Celebrate 60 Years of GH Music, The Coronation Park at Sunyani will come alive on Saturday March 11th 2017 as the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Party Train Docks. Kumasi, Takoradi, Accra, Ho, Cape Coast and Tamale have all hosted and experienced the most exciting pre-event party in GH;
“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.” Sarah Dessen (An American Writer)
The quote above encapsulates the very essence of the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards theme in total detail.
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards has for the third time maintained the lead position as the most influential award event in Ghana on social media, an achievement which has been revealed in the 2016 Ghana Social Media Report and Rankings, spearheaded by Avance Media, CliqAfrica and DAF GH.
A few days to the announcement of GH’s biggest Music Awards show!!!
Who gets nominated for artiste of the year??? Any predictions???
IT is the biggest and most significant annual entertainment event in Ghana.
For Seventeen (17) successive years, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards scheme has grown into a Festival of Music and Entertainment that has gone beyond National bounds to engulf the whole Continent and beyond.
It is organized under the auspices of the Musicians the Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Arts.