Afro Nation Ghana 2019

Fri Dec 27 2019 - Mon Dec 30 2019

2:00 PM

Laboma Beach

La Teshie Road Opposite Teshie Rasta Junction Accra, GA GHANA

Ages 16+

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This December sees Afro Nation, the biggest urban music beach festival in Europe return to Africa.


Taking place from 27th - 30th December on the stunning Laboma Beach, the festival brings together some of the most exciting names in afrobeats, hip hop, rnb, dancehall and bashment.

For more info see our blog piece here & see a sneak preview of the festival location here.
 

AFRO NATION LINE-UP

Headliners

6lack, Alkaline, Burna Boy, D'Banj, Davido, Olamide, R2Bees, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Wizkid

Tiered Billing

Akala, Eddy Kenzo, Efya, Falz, Fireboy, Innoss'b, Kidi, Kofi Kinaata, Kwesi Arthur, La Meme Gang, Mayorkun, Medikal, Moonchild, Naira Marley, Navy Kenzo, Not3s, Rema, Rotimi, Santi, Teni, The Compozers, Tion Wayne, Wendy Shay, Yxng Bane, Zlatan

DJs - DJ Edott, DJ Keaun, DJ Kess, DJ Nice, DJ Nore, DJ Obi, DJ Spinall, DJ Sskes, DJ Vyrusky, DJ Wayne, Jamz Supernova, Mercedes Benson, Native Sound System, P Montana, Smallz The DJ, Walshy Fire

Hosted by Eddi Kadi & Shopsydoo

More artists TBA


Tickets:-

General Admission tickets include 4 days access to the main festival area.
 

VIP tickets include general admission access plus fast track entry and access to the festival VIP area which includes a dedicated area and private bar. *Drinks and tables are not included in the ticket price.

LOCATION

Ghana's stunning coastline stretches 560 kilometres from Aflao in the Volta Region, all the way to Cape Three Points in the Western Region.

 

With golden sandy beaches that hug the Atlantic Ocean and daily temperatures averaging 30°C during the day, it’s no surprise that we’ve chosen this incredible location as our next festival destination.

 

Laboma beach, about 5 miles south of Kotoka International Airport, is one of the more popular beaches along Ghana’s coastline and will play host to the festival.

 

GETTING THERE

Laboma beach is less than a 20 minute drive away from Kotoka International Airport. Which can be reached from most major UK, US, European and African airports. Check Travel Republic for more information.

 

See you in December

Afro Nation Ghana 2019

  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
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    Afro Nation Ghana

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • 6lack

    6lack

    R&B

  • Alkaline

    Alkaline

    Dancehall Reggae

  • Burna Boy

    Burna Boy

    Dancehall Reggae

  • D'banj

    D'banj

    Contemporary R&B

  • Davido

    Davido

    Afro-Beat

  • Olamide

    Olamide

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • R2Bees

    R2Bees

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Shatta Wale

    Shatta Wale

    Dancehall Reggae

  • Stonebwoy

    Stonebwoy

    Dancehall Reggae

    Stonebwoy Burniton, born Livingstone Etse Satekla is a Ghanaian Afro pop, dancehall and reggae artiste who hails from the Volta Region. He was born on March 5, 1988 in Ashaiman, a suburb of Accra, and places fourth (4th) in a family of seven (7) siblings.

    As far back as grade four (4), young Stonebwoy realized his love and passion for creative arts, having successfully scripted and acted for the drama club of his school and also put words together in a rhythmic manner. Since then, the young chap has never stopped singing both songs that he has written and composed and those by artists he is influenced by. 

    Today, the result of hard work is certainly paying off for the young chap with collaborations with international acts from Africa, UK, Jamaica such as Jah Vinci, Trey Songz, Gappy Ranks, Randy Valentine, Sakordie, Wayne Wonder, Laza Morgan, Samini, Obrafour, Black Prophet, R2Bees, Patoranking, General Pype Stylogee, Burna Boy, Morgan Heritage, Chris Martin, I Octane, Kranium and many others. 

    With his electrifying and energetic performance, he has attracted a large fan base across the world having staged performances in UK, USA, Australia, Italy, Amsterdam and many more countries and sharing stage with acts such as Lauryn Hill, Alkaline, Busy Signal, Popcaan, Morgan Heritage and Wizkid. 

  • Wiley

    Wiley

    British Rap

  • Wizkid

    Wizkid

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Akala

    Akala

    Urban

  • Becca

    Becca

    R&B

  • Eddy Kenzo

    Eddy Kenzo

    Afro-Beat

  • Efya

    Efya

    Nigeria

  • Falz

    Falz

    Afro-Beat

  • Fireboy

    Fireboy

    Afro-Beat

  • Innoss'b

    Innoss'b

    Afro-Beat

  • KiDi

    KiDi

    Afro-Beat

  • Kofi Kinaata

    Kofi Kinaata

    Afro-Beat

  • Kuami Eugene

    Kuami Eugene

    Afro-Beat

  • Kwesi Arthur

    Kwesi Arthur

    Afro-Beat

  • La Meme Gang

    La Meme Gang

    Urban

  • Mayorkun

    Mayorkun

    Afro-Beat

  • Medikal

    Medikal

    Afro-Beat

  • Moonchild Sanelly

    Moonchild Sanelly

    Funk

  • Naira Marley

    Naira Marley

    Urban

  • Navy Kenzo

    Navy Kenzo

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • NOT3S

    NOT3S

    British Rap

  • Rema

    Rema

    Afro-Beat

  • Rotimi

    Rotimi

    R&B

  • Runtown

    Runtown

    Afro-Beat

  • Santi

    Santi

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Seyi Shay

    Seyi Shay

    Afro-Beat

  • Sneakbo

    Sneakbo

    Urban

  • Teni The Entertainer

    Teni The Entertainer

    Afro-Pop

  • The Compozers

    The Compozers

    Urban

  • Tion Wayne

    Tion Wayne

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Wendy Shay

    Wendy Shay

    Afro-Beat

  • Yxng Bane

    Yxng Bane

    British Rap

    East London-born rapper Yxng Bane specializes in dancehall-infused R&B, but doesn't shy away from blending genres from across the board. Bane first appeared online in 2015, when he began uploading tracks to SoundCloud; the play counts quickly rose, giving him a platform to make music videos. At first, Bane was reluctant to reveal his identity, choosing to hide his face behind a mask. However, the mask was eventually removed, revealing his face to the public for the first time in the video for "Lone Wolf/Pronto," which saw release in the run-up to his debut EP, 2016's Full Moon. The following year, Bane geared up for the release of his next project, Bane of My Existence (aka B.O.E.), leading with the single "Fine Wine" in collaboration with Kojo Funds.

  • Zlatan

    Zlatan

    Afro-Beat

Afro Nation Ghana 2019

Fri Dec 27 2019 2:00 PM - Mon Dec 30 2019

Laboma Beach Accra
Afro Nation Ghana 2019
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.

Ages 16+

This December sees Afro Nation, the biggest urban music beach festival in Europe return to Africa.


Taking place from 27th - 30th December on the stunning Laboma Beach, the festival brings together some of the most exciting names in afrobeats, hip hop, rnb, dancehall and bashment.

For more info see our blog piece here & see a sneak preview of the festival location here.
 

AFRO NATION LINE-UP

Headliners

6lack, Alkaline, Burna Boy, D'Banj, Davido, Olamide, R2Bees, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Wizkid

Tiered Billing

Akala, Eddy Kenzo, Efya, Falz, Fireboy, Innoss'b, Kidi, Kofi Kinaata, Kwesi Arthur, La Meme Gang, Mayorkun, Medikal, Moonchild, Naira Marley, Navy Kenzo, Not3s, Rema, Rotimi, Santi, Teni, The Compozers, Tion Wayne, Wendy Shay, Yxng Bane, Zlatan

DJs - DJ Edott, DJ Keaun, DJ Kess, DJ Nice, DJ Nore, DJ Obi, DJ Spinall, DJ Sskes, DJ Vyrusky, DJ Wayne, Jamz Supernova, Mercedes Benson, Native Sound System, P Montana, Smallz The DJ, Walshy Fire

Hosted by Eddi Kadi & Shopsydoo

More artists TBA


Tickets:-

General Admission tickets include 4 days access to the main festival area.
 

VIP tickets include general admission access plus fast track entry and access to the festival VIP area which includes a dedicated area and private bar. *Drinks and tables are not included in the ticket price.

LOCATION

Ghana's stunning coastline stretches 560 kilometres from Aflao in the Volta Region, all the way to Cape Three Points in the Western Region.

 

With golden sandy beaches that hug the Atlantic Ocean and daily temperatures averaging 30°C during the day, it’s no surprise that we’ve chosen this incredible location as our next festival destination.

 

Laboma beach, about 5 miles south of Kotoka International Airport, is one of the more popular beaches along Ghana’s coastline and will play host to the festival.

 

GETTING THERE

Laboma beach is less than a 20 minute drive away from Kotoka International Airport. Which can be reached from most major UK, US, European and African airports. Check Travel Republic for more information.

 

See you in December