The National Theatre in Accra is expected to come alive with fun and excitement on Saturday February 11, 2012 when six of Ghanas seasoned highlife musicians mount the stage to perform at an event dubbed Vita Milk Valentine Love Nite.
For the first time in the history of the nation, Kwesi Pee and his friends, Nana Fynn, Nana Tuffour, K.K Fosu, Kwabena Kwabena and Efya who are all noted for churning out splendid love songs will treat patrons to an unforgettable night of good music.
Indeed, the venue is expected to be filled with expectant music lovers who would witness the best from these carefully selected artistes whose live musical performances over the years have held many audiences spellbound both at home and abroad.
Patrons at the red and white event would also be offered the rare opportunity not only to interact with the artistes during the show but also request songs of their choice to be performed live by the musicians on stage. They can also request for special songs to propose love to their partners, say sorry to wronged persons and to express appreciation to deserving personalities.
Kwesi Pee, Nana Fynn, Nana Tuffour, K.K Fosu, Kwabena Kwabena and Efya have undoubtedly won the hearts of many music lovers across the country and beyond with their touching love lyrics and danceable tunes.
In pre-event interviews, all the artistes on the bill hinted that they are geared up to treat fans to an unforgettable and splendid performances, saying patrons who will throng the National Theatre will have more than they bargained for.
Looking at the pedigree of all the artistes lined up for the Vita Milk Valentine Love Nite, one can easily predict that the show will live up to its billing as a night of excitement and un-diluted love music. Keep reading for more.
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