With Ghana listed as one of the top travel destinations, Bluechips, a hospitality brand known to be committed to global impact and thoughtful experience, has rolled up an exclusive lineup of events to celebrate Bloombar’s fifth anniversary.
The event line up dubbed, ‘December with Bloom Bar’ is to elevate the December in Ghana initiative by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture. Kicking off on Thursday, December 15, BlueChip’s Bloombar Gh will celebrate their fifth-year anniversary with a special invite only event.
The BlueChip brand wants to introduce its global expansion plans for the New Year with exclusive December events such as Afrochella's Official After party, Everyday People x Ghana Edition, London’s popular DLT Brunch, a D’usse Day Party and more.
Over the years, notable names including Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, Jidenna, Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Rema, Ayra Sar, and Micheal Blackson among others have passed through the venue to have a feel of the place.
Established in December 2017, Bloombar has managed to capture the hearts of Ghanaians as well as visitors in and out of Accra. Founders Kofi Adjei Maafo and Keith Edem Aweke have decades of collective work in the hospitality space combining Kofi’s passion for experiential creative direction and Keith’s expertise in conceptualizing crafty cocktails and menus.
In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, Co-founder, Keith Aweke said “This industry has always existed. But the issue was, how people perceived it. Now the next generation of bars opening has an understanding that you don’t just come into this to make drinks - you need to make an impact, on the lives of the people you employ, and through the quality of service you provide.
“In the past, Hospitality has not been given the credit its due mainly due to the perception of the industry as one that is below the other sectors of generating wealth and making an impact on society. BlueChip Hospitality, through Bloom Bar changed that perception in Ghana forever. The brand redefined hospitality within the food and beverage space and elevated the standard and position of hospitality amongst the sectors of the economy.”