IT seems a galaxy of stars will descend on the stage of the maiden Fair Yesta-The Black Vibe scheduled to come off at the Untamed Empire located on the Spintex Road on Saturday, August 6.
The event will see revellers enjoy a good dose of both past and current bangers from some of the shakers and movers of the music industry.
Talk of music duo, R2Bees who ‘run things’ in the 2010s with hit tracks such as Kiss Your Hand, Yawa, Gboza, Slow Down featuring Nigeria’s Wizkid, A Dey Mad oo, Odo among a host of others.
The announcement of R2Bees over the weekend shores up the list of exciting acts billed for the event. Already musicians such as Wendy Shay and Lasmid who are presently in favourable spots on music charts with their songs, Survivor and Friday Night respectively are in.
King Promise is also on bill and he is expected to ride on the wave of his popular songs such as Slow Down, Oh Yeah, Ginger and Chop Life, as good medicine to heal patrons of any unexpected boredom.
That’s not all, a host of up and coming artistes will complete the task of dishing out excitement to partygoers. They are Kofi Pages, Buzyb, Rolly Panda, Mishasha and Apugee Muzik.
Fair Yesta-The Black Vibe which is focused on exploring the rich African culture as well as seek to satisfy the recreational needs of patrons, with the youth as major target, is one of a kind festival that celebrates arts, culture, fashion and food from across Africa.
Themed, “It’s time to celebrate your Africanness”, the festival is equally intended to highlight Africa as a rich source of global trends in culture through the arts.
According to the CEO of Twitchouse, Elorm K. Atopley, the event which will start at 10am till midnight is also aimed at uniting people from different African cultures on one platform to celebrate their uniqueness and create an appropriate means for socialising.
“Fair Yesta-The Black Vibe is a celebration of the art of life for the youth and by the youth. Patrons should expect a dazzling blend of not only music but also fashion and food while also being reminded of our African traditions”, he said.
Mr Atopley added that the African culture will be celebrated in a unique and exciting way at the event.