Ghana Party in the Park Festival
“The world is now coming to Africa!” proclaimed the Guardian in a recent article on the global popularity of Africa’s most exciting cultural export: Afrobeats. Beyond the music, demand for African food is also skyrocketing worldwide, and for those looking for an authentic African experience, London’s Ghana Party in the Park Festival is just the ticket! Dance to afrobeats, feast on traditional cuisines and admire spectacular Ghanaian costumes, all for as little as £20!
Held in Enfield’s Trent Park, the annual outdoor festival will be attended by a crowd of 10,000, making it the world’s biggest Ghanian event outside of Ghana; attracting overseas visitors from Europe, USA, Canada and of course, Ghana itself.
Afrobeats has become one of the most beloved music genres across the globe, with artists such as US superstar Drake and British grime artist Dave featuring on chart-topping afrobeat anthems. Whilst organisers are remaining tight-lipped about this year’s music line-up until the official announcement in June, the event guarantees big names and fresh sounds, with the likes of Mr Eazi, Tion Wayne and Chip having graced the Ghana Party in the Park stage in recent years.
Date: Saturday 16th July
Time: 12:00 – 20.00.
Location: Trent Park, Enfield
And of course, no Ghanaian festival would be complete without food. Lots of it! From jollof and suya to bofro and sobolo, Ghana Party in the Park promises the very best in West African cuisine, on top of which, the UK’s leading World Food brand Tropical Sun will be sampling their delicious snacks and drinks at their stand. Our personal recommendation: Tropical Sun’s world-famous Coconut Peanuts, which are quickly becoming one of the most popular snacks in West Africa!
Tickets are priced from £20 and are available from the usual outlets including Shoobs and Eventbrite.
For more information, including line-up announcements, visit the Ghana Party in the Park website – www.gpitp.com
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