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Kwesi Arthur charges Ghc1 as gate fee for his Concert This Christmas

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Kwesi Arthur charges Ghc1 as gate fee for his Concert This Christmas. GroundUp Chale’s frontier and BET Nominee, Kwesi Arthur is charging Gh1.00 as ticket fee for his Kumasi Concert.

According to him, he’s been motivated by the fact that he once had only that amount in his pocket during his grinding day.

The Concert which is scheduled to take place on 22/12/2019 will be graced by most stars across board within the GroundUp team. This is real, Kwesi Arthur charges Ghc1 and it is affordable.

The likes of Twitch, Quamina MP among other dope stars will pass through.

To prove his point, Kwesi wrote on his IG handle;

“The people have been asking for it, and it’s long overdue. My 2nd home away from home….KUMASI it’s been too long since I returned all the love you’ve been showing me all year!!! I don’t want to see a single person in their house on December 22/12/2019 it’s an entire city shutdown at Rattary Park! For all my people with only a 1 cedi in their pocket right now, this one is for you! I Remember when all I had was one cedi, a dream and patience chale. This is for everyone who wants to change their life!! Let’s make this one historic!!! #OneCediandADream #OCAAD ☝🏾🇬🇭🌎.”

Kwesi Arthur charges Ghc1 as ticket fee for his Concert in Kumasi

He recently also added;

“‪My people!!!!! send me pictures of you holding your 1 cedi for Sunday. 22/12/2019. We turn up. Let’s go 💪🏿💪🏿. #onecediandadream #ocaad.‬”

This message he sent is a great strategy to draw attention to the concert billed for 22md December and get it hyped. The fans can’t wait to be there in the numbers.

Kwesi Arthur charges Ghc1 as ticket fee for his Concert in Kumasi

Such a great move by him. It may sound ridiculous but hey, its the festive season and for him, this is one of the best ways he can share with his teaming fans who have loved his music, danced to it and sang it all year long. The year is ending on a good note for music lovers in Ghana as Shatta Wale ups his game to share Infinx Phones to ten lucky winners. The Year of Return is enjoying the best of music as well.

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