Experience Asa Baako One – Dance 2024 – The Ultimate Afro-Dance Music Festival

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Get ready for the return of Asa Baako – One Dance 2024, a five-day festival experience taking place from 6th to 10th March 2024, alongside Ghana Independence. This internationally loved music festival promises to deliver an unforgettable experience filled with live music, sound-systems, parties, dance classes, surfing, treks, tours, yoga, beach games, drum workshops, and much more.

The highlight of the festival is the legendary Jungle Party on Saturday, 9th March, attracting festival goers from across Ghana, West Africa, and beyond. With a diverse line-up of talented DJs and live artists, the festival will showcase various genres including Afrobeats, Amapiano, Afro-EDM, AfroHouse, Afrobeat, Hip-Life, kwaito, and more.

Spanning across ten zones, including Abyssinia, Alaska, AfroShrine, Ahanta Eco Lodge, Africa Rainbow, Busua Beach Resort, Coconut Dream, Kangaroo Pouch, Laughing Goat, Sankofa, Scorpion Lodge, Swingers bar, and the Jungle Party, Asa Baako – One Dance 2024 aims to bring people together from all over the world in one uplifting afro-dance experience.

But Asa Baako is more than just a music festival. It is a movement with a purpose. “We’ve all been waiting for Asa Baako – a truly magical festival experience that has its own unique style rooted in Ghanaian culture, bringing everyone together into one dance!” says M3NSA, UK-Ghanaian hip-hop artist. The festival aims to create an oasis of relaxation, enjoyment, togetherness, and fun, while also promoting social and economic empowerment in the region.

Since its inception in 2011, Asa Baako – One Dance has been managed by a dedicated team of event managers, marketers, and producers in Ghana and the UK. They work closely with the local community to ensure that the festival positively impacts the region and creates opportunities for growth and development.
The festival’s management team includes producers Kofi Debrah and Yemisi Mokuolu, chairperson Nana Nketsia V Omanhene of Essikado, and ambassador Reggie Rockstone. Key volunteers such as Nii Cheiku, Ebenezer Felix Bentum, Anthony Kobinah Tawiah, Philomena Essel and Missi Biney Esifaah, also contribute to the success of the event.

Asa Baako – One Dance is not just about bringing the world to Africa, but also about showcasing the vibrant culture and talent of Africa to the world. The festival’s founder and co-producer, Mr. Kofi Debrah, states, “We are passionate about how music and the arts can create positive social change. Over the past few years, we’ve been working closely with the local community to deliver programs that promote the region economically and socially.” Last year, Asa Baako brought GH3,000,000 of tourism spend into the region, making a significant impact on the local economy.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be part of the Asa Baako One Dance 2024 experience. Join us in Ghana from 6th to 10th March 2024 for a festival that celebrates music, culture, and unity.

For more information and ticket purchases, visit www.asabaako.com

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