With the decline in Covid-19 new cases in Ghana, the public will have the opportunity of being present at Ghana’s biggest and longest running music awards the ‘Vodafone Ghana Music Awards’. Therefore, the organizer and franchise holder ‘Charterhouse’, has announced the availability of ‘hard copy’ tickets for the general public. This means that this year’s edition will host fans at full capacity at the Grand Arena on the premises of the Accra International Conference Centre. A statement published today detailed the various charges for the different categories of tickets; also adding that online ticket sales will still be available.
The statement published today by Charterhouse stated that all hard copy tickets would be sold in Accra. However, people from very from very far areas could still buy from the official online portal.”Tickets are selling at Ghc 200 for standard rate for day 1, with premium tickets at Ghc 500 Cedis, and Ghc 300 standard rate for day 2. The tickets will be available exclusively at Nallem stores, Accra Mall, Xmen, Charterhouse and online at www.ghanamusicawards.com or via the tickets hotline 0501288520″, the statement read.
From 1999 to 2019, tickets were a guarantee of attending the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. However, public attendance and participation was curtailed drastically for safety as a result of the deadly Coronavirus outbreak in Ghana in 2020. Since then, the show has had to take on a virtual cloak till now, thereby suspending tickets sales to the event indefinitely.
The news of tickets being made available to the public for the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards comes at a very good time as fans has been starved of witnessing the best of Ghanaian musicians live in on one stage.
The 23rd Vodafone Ghana Music Awards; for the people, the culture, the music… is produced by Charterhouse, with support from TV3, DSTV, Twitter, MTV Base, Media Partners and sponsored by Vodafone Ghana.
By Charterhouse Public Relations Team