Siisi Baidoo’s 2023 Hollard Splendor concert on November 12
This year’s Hollard Splendor concert headlined by gospel singer, Siisi Baidoo is scheduled to take place at the National Theatre on Sunday, November 12.
The upcoming event will host the 2017 VGMA Artiste of the Year winner, Joe Mettle for the first time, and Minister Theophilus Sunday from Nigeria. This year's event will be the second time Minister Theophilus Sunday will be performing at the Splendor concert.
Themed, “The Oil,” Siisi Baidoo and Crafted Nation will lead patrons through heartwarming and uplifting sessions with a goal of using music as a tool to drive people on a right path.
Hollard Ghana is once again the headline sponsor for the Splendor concert, marking the sixth edition this year.
In a chat with Graphic Showbiz, the singer who launched his debut 14-track Revelation album last year said it will be an awesome time in the presence of the Lord.
“As a youthful team, we understand the challenges and have crafted the annual Hollard Splendor concert for the spiritual growth of patrons.
“Together with my team, Crafted Nation, we are ready to host Ghana in the presence of God in an ambience that will keep patrons extoling their maker.
“As always, it’s a free admission and I encourage patrons to turn out in their numbers to worship God and express gratitude for seeing us through to the last quarter of the year,” he stated.
Siisi Baidoo is well known for the song, Onyame Tumfo which got him into the spotlight about four years ago.
But while the artiste has been focused on releasing uplifting songs, and making impact with his annual Splendor concert, he has also been catching the youth young with his ‘The Worship Crusade' on campuses.
Last year, Siisi Baidoo launched his Revelation album in August with songs such as Kabiyesi, The Promise, Halleluyah, Otim Ho Daa, Fire, Jesus, Atmosphere Medley, Me Do, Anago, W’ayeyi and Ayeyi.
On the album, he worked with some young gospel musicians such as Philip Adzale, Sheila Joy, Sandra Boakye Duah, and two Nigerians; Theophilus Sunday & Tobi Osho.
The album also features Vivi Adjei and Maame Ama Ackaah-Gyasi of Crafted Nation Family.
Siisi Baidoo founded Crafted Nation Family, a non-denominational music and outreach ministry based in Accra as a tool of evangelism.