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Dancehall concert slated June 24



The much anticipated Reggae Dancehall concert to be held at Labadi Beach’s Princess One Love Bay has been moved to June 24, 2015.
According to organizers, the concert dubbed Reggae Dancehall Mash-up was moved to June 24 to give patrons an unforgettable night of sizzling dancehall and reggae tunes.
Organizers maintained that Dancehall sensation and the “No Noise” hit maker, Rashid Metal will still headline the concert.
The show promises a night of excitement for listeners and enthusiasts of dancehall music, lovers’ rock and reggae.
The organizers said the event has in store several mind blowing performances from other artistes who will be performing on the night. ‘We are therefore inviting dancehall lovers and the whole of Accra to storm La pleasure beach on June 24.’ – David Appiah, the lead person for the event.
He added that ‘the show will subsequently be held at the end of every month with a line-up of top rated artistes and will be the best that could ever happen to listeners and fans of Dancehall, lovers’ rock, reggae genre of music’.
The Z-Town King, Rashid Metal is gearing up for the show on June 24 and promises a night of thundering performances from himself and the NNF (No Noise Family). ‘I urge all dancehall lovers to meet me and my friends at the La Pleasure beach come for a good time. We are going to light up the stage with the biggest dancehall mash-up. Rashid Metal added.
The show starts at 7pm and there would be free drinks for attendees.
The Reggae Dancehall beach concerts is in partnership with Princess One Love Bay

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