Ghanaian popular cultural music and dance folklore group yesterday performed at the third edition of the Africa cultural festival held in Ho.
The annual Africa Cultural Festival sees children and adults wear masquerading in colorful African wears and outfits with masks and dancing to brass band tunes in the spirit of joyful celebration in unity.
Before the festival began, there were performances and fantastic displays from notable musicians and bands including Esuapim Cultural troupe .
The band road Manager George Martei Larbi and Ernest Nartey Lead dancer said they were grateful patrons liked their performance.
David Afotey percussionist/drummer and Daniel Nortei Yeboah also said that they are glad to have been welcomed by the organizers of the festival and that they are willing to be part of the festival yearly.
The concert aims to commemorate Africa Day by using music as a platform to showcase African culture.
The month of May is recognized as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).
This year’s (2017) edition was graced by thousands of people including tourists, chiefs, religious leaders, and the general public who witnessed exciting dance moves from the groups who competed among themselves.