Eat Drink Music Festival kicks off with the empowering 'To The Top' Summit
The much-anticipated Eat Drink Music (EDM) Festival commenced with great fanfare, featuring a noteworthy "To The Top" summit, graced by esteemed speakers including Dr. Mathew Knowles.
Spanning two eventful days from Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, October 29, 2023, the festival promises an immersive experience.
In preparation for this vibrant celebration, festival organizers engaged with respected traditional leaders in Accra, including the Wolomo, Nuumo Yemoh Obroni VIII, and Rev. Hon. Solomon Kotey Nikoi, ensuring a seamless event.
Crucial first responders, including the Ghana National Fire Service, Ghana Police Service, National Ambulance Service, and various safety and security officers, have rallied their support, collectively working towards a safe and secure environment for all attendees.
Following successful consultations with the Ghana Police Service and Ghana National Fire Service, festival organizers are delighted to affirm that the event will deliver an enjoyable, secure, and protected experience for all. Their collaboration with law enforcement and private security personnel underscores their commitment to ensuring safety throughout the festival. Moreover, stringent health and safety protocols have been instituted, and the festival is insured. Children under the age of 12 can attend free of charge.
The Eat Drink Music Festival, set to become an annual fixture, has multifaceted objectives. Beyond showcasing Ghana as a premier tourism destination in Africa, it endeavours to generate resources for supporting entrepreneurs within the creative sector in Ghana. Additionally, the festival aims to forge fresh business prospects for creatives, while furnishing them with vital entrepreneurial expertise to bolster their ventures.