Following the success of its maiden Accravaganza event, Guinness, the world's number 1 stout is gearing up for its second edition. The second installment of the event which is set to take place on the 2nd of December will transform the cultural flavour of the capital with a brand-new culture-forward experience, the Guinness Accravaganza.
The maiden event turned out to be a tremendous success, hosting over 2,500 people with hours of live music and performances from some of the most talented and relevant artistes in the country in tandem with curated food services and several immersion sessions spanning the live art and other creative displays.
The event is aimed toward conveying an in-depth understanding of the brand's fundamental conviction that BLACK SHINES THE BRIGHTEST, an ongoing campaign set to highlight and celebrate what makes young, vibrant Ghanaians shine brightest.
With all attention turned towards the Untamed Empire on the day of the event, lovers of good music, dance, food, football, art, and ice-cold Guinness are assured a trip to sensory heaven. Speaking on the event, the Marketing and Innovation Director for Guinness Ghana, Estella Muzito noted, “The second Guinness Accravaganza will continue to cement our Guinness-fuelled passion and bring on the much-needed cultural heat as we continue to invest in platforms that empower lovers of creativity, and those with a discerning taste for premiumness.” She also cited the first edition of the event as testament to Guinness' commitment to being at the fore of culture in Ghana.
Attendees are urged to signup to the www.accravaganza.com site for information on the event, from schedules, performances, and ticketing amongst others expected to be unveiled via mutliple meida platforms including social media, radio, billboards and television.
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