Days after staging what has been described as the best foreign act concert to be staged in Ghana since “Fabolous Live in Ghana”, 233Connect, organizers of the T-Pain Live in Ghana concert, are getting all the plaudits for a good job well executed.
Not only are patrons excited about the exceptional performance of the main headline act T-Pain, who gave a good account of himself, and made the pre-event hype count, stakeholders are genuinely impressed with the total output by a production house that is barely a year old in the business.
The third concert by 233Connect this year was expected to rise above the former two and, indeed it did, exceeding above expectation. From a well-schemed technical detail, including excellent lighting and sound (the two main ingredients for any successful event), to a well-coordinated security plan, 233Connect really proved that they have come to stay, and a force to reckon with on the Ghanaian events management and production landscape.
Other performances on the night including that of “African rapper no.1” M.I, Ghana’s VIP, BukBak, Keche, Kevin Beats, Kwaw Kese who wowed the crowd with his magnificent entrance on a bicycle, and the sensational Gasmilla, set the tone for what would later become a grand showmanship from the Nappy Boy.
DJ Abrantee effortlessly hosted the event, with DJ Mensah keeping the crowd excited all night.
And when he eventually took to the sage, T-Pain made complete “mince-meat” of those who doubted his capabilities, staging what has not been witnessed for a very long time in Ghana.
“This is the best concert I have seen for a very long time in Ghana. Everything was right on point. It was different, straight to the point and well thought out,” said one patron.
Aside the great performances, there was more to cheer about the December 24 concert. The total production was hundred percent Ghanaian, sending a strong signal that when given the chance, Ghanaians are capable of running any big event.
With the direction and supervision of 233Connect’s production team, the local suppliers were able to execute the highly successful event that has received widespread commendation from their peers in the industry.
A young, vibrant and dedicated team, 233Connect is one of Ghana’s leading events company, specializing in avant-garde productions that are tailored made to meet a specific demand. The company now has a reputation of delivering excellent entertainment packages and productions, the just held concert, evident enough of that fact.
The T-Pain Live in Ghana concert is one event that has helped the outfit to state their case as an alternative in events organization, and also defining a brand that gets the job done.
233Connect and Christopher Adamah executively produced the event, with technical direction from Master Mix, Big Ideaz, and Controlite (GH).
The concert was made possible by Vodka Kick and Kick Energy Drink with support from Say Cheers, JOY FM, HITZ FM, Y FM, X FM, ETV, Channel O and a host of other partners including Ticketghana and Ticketdoug.
Security was provided by Events Security.
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