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This year’s edition of the ‘Girl Talk’ concert will take place at the National Theatre in Accra on Friday, December 21, organisers have announced.

The concert is one of the biggest musical events and an official pre-Christmas party on the entertainment calendar for Ghanaian ladies.

This year’s edition of the concert, which is being organised by Palm Media with sponsorship from Vita Milk, will bring together some selected female artistes who have made a lot of impact on the music scene.

The repackaging of ‘Girl Talk’ concert, according to the organisers, is to give female artistes and female music fans in Ghana a memorable event that goes beyond dishing out thrilling performances for a night.

This year’s event is under the theme: ‘Ultimate Girls’ Night Out’.

According to the organisers, this year’s edition will feature two international female artistes who are expected to thrill Ghanaian female music fans to their satisfaction.

They promised music fans an unforgettable night, adding that a number of packages have been put in place to make the show historic.

This year’s event will also be used to promote traditional wear, as well as project the image and activities of Ghanaian women.

Music fans who will attend this year’s event will also be offered the rare opportunity to interact and take photographs with the artistes before the show.

There will also be great music from two of the country’s finest DJs and other interesting activities to give a great kick-start to the Christmas celebrations.
Source: Daily Guide

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