Saturday 11th August Slated For Brong Ahafo Music Awards in Sunyani


The maiden edition of Brong Ahafo Music Awards Festival is set to come off on Saturday, 11th August 2018, at Eusbett International Conference Centre In Sunyani at exactly 8PM.


The awards ceremony according to organisers of the event JBlack Code, will experience awesome performances from the likes of multifarious award winning gospel musician, Joyce Blessing, SP Kofi Sarpong, Bisa Kdei, Kelvyn Boy, Kooko, Mr Jerry, Allan Cash, and more.

Supported by MUSIGHA, the graceful ceremony is tipped to be the biggest event ever to be held in the region. Musicians and entertainment professionals from the region who grabbed nominations include SP Kofi Sarpong, Joyce Blessing, Kooko, Jullie Jay-Kanz, Bangs Entertainment Allan Cash, Mr Jerry, Minister Emma and many more.

"Brong Ahafo Music Awards Festival seeks to recognize, celebrate and honor the hard work and dedication of the various players in Brong Ahafo Region music industry through the Regions most popular awards scheme."

Source :Jullie Jay-Kanz

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