It certainly going to get heated on Boxing Day as the biggest viral sensation of the year, Big Shaq, readies himself to headline 2017’s most enthralling party #MuseLive17 in Accra. Scheduled for the 26 th of December it marks the 3 rd edition of this annual event for multiplatform youth engagement brand MUSE AFRICA.
Known in real life as Michael Dapaah, Big Shaq comes back home for the #MuseLive2017, the most enthralling party experience marking his first visit to the motherland after his global hit single – ‘Man’s not Hot’ went viral.
The event is curated to celebrate each year’s iconic international talent that crossed over and also give rave heads an off-the-top outdoor party experience with an exclusive first-time performance; so, on Boxing Day you know the ting will go ‘Skrrrr pa’.
“As the premier millennial engagement business in Ghana we believe in satisfying the country’s army of young tastemakers and trend adopters with exclusive experiences that fulfil their aspirations and it doesn’t get any bigger than Big Shaq in 2017” commented Ruddy Kwakye , Executive Chairman of MUSE MEDIA NETWORKS.
The event is set to happen at the iconic the MultiChoice DSTV offices rooftop located off N1 Highway opposite the Achimota Forest and will include signature drinks, a VIP table den with star rated hospitality, rotation of Ghana’s hottest DJ’s and your favourite celebrity’s presence all starting from 8 pm on Boxing Day.
Editor-In-Chief of Muse Africa and allied properties, George Wiredu Duah said “At Muse Africa, we love to break new grounds, create the bold conversations and entertain our audience with the best contents hence this exclusive party with Big Shaq for our audience”
Landed in Ghana ?? after 9 years It feels good to touch base ??
— Michael Dapaah (@MichaelDapaah) December 23, 2017
Patrons can call 0552479635, 0573058518, 0208691380 for VIP tables or go to
www.ayatickets.com to purchase discounted regular tickets for GHC150 single entry and GHC250 for double entry. Follow @MuseAfrica on all social media platforms for more updates.