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Four sensational, top-of-the-chart Ghanaian artistes will perform alongside American R&B singers Mario and J Holiday on the 30th of July at the Dome of the Conference Centre, event organizers 233 Connect
have confirmed.

The four, a carefully selected mix of artistes whose music has become
increasingly popular amongst Ghanaian rave heads in recent times, are
expected to put up excellent performances complimenting the trademark
avant-garde style of their American counterparts.

Leading the pack of the local based artistes, billed to shake the foundations of the Dome, is Atumpan whose club banging hit track The Thing is going to set the venue on fire. Following closely in audience appeal will be Stay Jay who will wow the crowd with tracks such as Sue and Shasheewowo. Other electrifying performances will be staged by R2Bess and Accras most sought-after R&B crooner Fianko Bossman, otherwise known as CHASE.

The organizers have hinted that more local artistes are expected to perform on the night, details of which will be made known soon.

The 30th of July will offer 233 Connect an opportunity to stage another grand concert, months after it made history with its first event. Word about the Mario/J Holiday concert is spreading fast across the country, all in anticipation of a huge musical festival.

Given the huge interest shown in the event by most concert-goers, 233 Connect has promised nothing short of brilliance. The Dome will certainly be the central point for a once-in-a-lifetime night that
will make a huge statement, which for a very long time to come, will be the talking point on Ghanas entertainment calendar.

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