Davido, J. Hus, and Black Sherif were announced as headliners for the AfroFuture Festival 2023. Culture Management Group (CMG) has officially revealed the incredible lineup for the 2023 AfroFuture. The festival will feature Afrobeats legends Davido, J. Hus, and Black Sherif. The festival, scheduled for Thursday, December 28, and Friday, December 29, at the El Wak Sports Stadium in Accra, Ghana, looks like a once-in-a-lifetime experience. All spectators can expect a varied and exciting entertainment experience, as the festival will include a variety of local and worldwide musical talents in addition to these performances.
The festival’s theme this year, “Black Unification and Pan Africanism,” demonstrates its dedication to bringing the African diaspora together worldwide. The subject highlights black pioneers’ contributions to art, culture, and invention while honoring their global accomplishments. It will explore the worldwide ties and everyday experiences of Africans, including talks on the background of the Pan-African movement, the diaspora’s influence on world politics, and the significance of diaspora unity.
The festival grounds will be converted into representations of many cultural ideas, each centered around exploring music, art, fashion, culture, and food. A wide range of regional musicians, artists, creatives, and food specialists will come together in each area to create an immersive and surprising world that festival attendees may explore.
“AfroFuture has always been more than just a festival; it’s a comprehensive celebration of African culture, its people, and its talents and serves as a platform to acknowledge the broader contributions we make to the world,” said Abdul Karim Abdullah, CEO and co-founder of the event, emphasizing the festival’s significance. We’re returning this Detty December larger, better, and more robust, ready to provide our worldwide followers with a once-in-a-lifetime event that skillfully combines cuisine, art, fashion, and music.”
“Every year, we look forward to contributing to the growth of Ghana’s tourism and hospitality sectors by welcoming international visitors back to the country to experience not only our events but all that Ghana has to offer,” said Kenny Agyapong Jr., COO and co-founder of Afrochella, about the festival’s role in promoting tourism and hospitality in Ghana. AfroFuture, one of Ghana’s most well-known cultural events, will keep promoting participation, raising awareness, and advancing tourism domestically with the ultimate objective of elevating Ghana to the top of the global traveler’s list.”