UE/R: Asaa festival concert fever rocks Bolgatanga

Samuel Asaah, a musician and philanthropist

Samuel Asaa, a Ghanaian talented musician and a philanthropist based in California, USA and stage-named SamAiam,
is set to organised the ‘Asaa music festival’.

On a novice note, the ‘Asaa Music Festival’ has sharply grown to be one of the most anticipated musical events in Bolgatanga, the Upper East Regional Capital.

This year’s edition is promised to be the biggest of all concerts in the region as people from all walks of life, including persons based in diaspora as well as other parts of Africa are gearing to participate.

The concert started in March, 2023 which saw patrons and music lovers enjoying some electrified performances from the versatile and highly talented musician, SamAiam
and some home based artistes includung Teebran, pandy, Stevoo, Ayuune, sule among others.

Having single-handedly financed and organized a successful concert in 2023,
SamAiam gave back to society by donating to the less privileged which saw Orphanages and the aged being beneficiaries.

some people were registered onto the National health insurance scheme (NHIS). He also paid school fees of some students.

Just like the last episode of the festival, this year’s ‘Asaa festival’ would commence with a health walk through the principal streets of Bolgatanga on March 2, 2024. Health screening and some donations will be made.

The event is anticipated to be a mammoth one.

The dreaded handsome SamAiam would also mount the stage with some of his Californian friends to entreat audience with his motivational and “dancerble” tunes.

Artistes such as Nambawan the Ma LA hum hit maker, Pandy, Teebran, Flame bwoy mipaato ,Kundivii Mahamma,Ras Worms, the legendary King Ayisoba, Ayuuni sulle and others are billed to perform.

The event is scheduled to take place on the 9th of March 2024 at the jubilee park in Bolga.

Source: mywordfmonline.com/Ayika Joseph Remedy

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