Top 10 Ghana events December
Perched on the west coast of Africa, Ghana brims with a robust culture to wow every traveler. Lately, the country has become a prestigious destination for global travelers looking to indulge in its cultural arts excellence. And with so much activity slated for this holiday season, you might need a little help finding the most captivating events to add to your itinerary. Luckily, we have prepared a list of the top 10 events to attend in Ghana this December.
AfroChella- 27th December to 3rd January 2023
AfroChella will go back to Ghana this December. The annual event is a celebration of the African heritage with countless activities prepared for this year, such as an emotional journey to the slave castles, lazing on beautiful beaches and non-stop Afrobeats. Usher into the new year in style with a non-stop party.
AfroNation- 29th to 30th December
There is no better way to end the year than attending the biggest Afrobeats festival on the planet. AfroNation Ghana will take place at Marine Drive and feature some of the music industry's biggest names, such as Meek Mill, P-Square, Skepta, Stonebwoy, and Tiwa Savage.
Welcome2Ghana- 18th December
This music extravaganza is a lovely way to slip into the holiday season. The event will take place on GARAGE LOUNGE AND BAR along Boundary Road in Accra. Thanks to a 10% discount on tickets, Christmas comes early for Visa cardholders.
Rock the Boat Ghana-27th December
The all-white attire boat cruise is a ticket-only event and has been a sell-out for the past few years. So, prepare to mingle with some of Ghana's socialites off the coast.
Taste of Ghana-23rd to 24th December
Hosted annually by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Taste of Ghana offers the most authentic and distinctive facets of the Ghanaian way of life through food, cinema, fashion and art. The event will take place at the Forecourt of Statehouse in Accra.
In its fourth year, the event celebrates the robust African music industry featuring Amapiano and Afrobeats. So hit the dancefloor with some of the top Deejays and hypemen from the UK, Ghana and Nigeria. Afrowave will take place at The Pitch Lounge along Airport Road Accra.
Ghana Weekender-28th to 31st December
Enjoy four days of non-stop parties at the Ghana Weekender this December. With this event, it is all party. From pre-parties to club parties and beach parties, Ghana Weekender is the perfect way to dance the year away.
Journey to the West-23rd to 28th December
Are you visiting Ghana and unsure where to get the most immersive experiences? Journey to the West is the perfect itinerary aid you need. The 6-day event moves to the western part of the country. Bond with the locals, acquaint yourself with history and enjoy all the adventure this part of Ghana offers.
AKWAABA TO GHANA- 28th to 30th December
The Ghanaian party scene doesn't get bigger than this. Join top promoters and Amapiano and Afrobeats DJs for three nights at two venues. Enjoy the sounds of blended African sounds as you party the night away.
All Black Party- 28th to 30th December
The All-Black Party, featuring Hip Hop, RNB, Amapiano and Afrobeats, is the party to be this December. The event offers a 10% discount for VISA card holders.
Where to stay this December
With a memorable event scene for December, you need accommodation that offers comfort and convenience. And it doesn't get better than La Casa Baatsona Apartments located along Spintex Road- Baatsona in Greater Accra Region. The apartment hotel is within walking distance of banks, shops, bars and restaurants. With a myriad of room options, the room has amenities such as high-speed Wi-Fi, kitchen space (for guests who want to prepare meals) and dining areas. Of course, you must try out their grilled tilapia at the cozy La Casa Bar & Bistro!
So, there you have it. You know where the party is and where to get a good night's sleep; that is all you need to enjoy your December in Ghana.
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