Davido, Stonebwoy, Tems, Buju, R2BEES, Others Billed For GTCO Music Concert

GTCO music concert
GTCO music concert

Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc, parent company of Guaranty Trust Bank Ghana Limited, holds its first-ever show outside Nigeria tagged GTCO Music Concert in Ghana.

Music lovers in Ghana will be experiencing one of their best moments as GT bank lines up superstars from Ghana And Nigeria for a free concert in Accra.

The concert which is dubbed GTCO Music Concert will see performances from artistes from Ghana and Nigeria.

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Ghana’s Stonebwoy will lead Team Ghana and he will be assisted by Kuami Eugene, Gyakie, R2BEES, Kofi Kinaata, and many others.

Below is the line up of Team Ghana

  1. Stonebwoy
  2. Kuami Eugene
  3. Gyakie
  4. R2BEES
  5. Kofi Kinaata
  6. Adina

At the war front for Nigeria is the Assurance hitmaker, Davido. He will be assisted by Tems, Buju, Adekunle Gold, Wande Coal and many more. Check the line up for Team Nigeria below;

  1. Davido
  2. Tems
  3. Buju
  4. Adekunle Gold
  5. Wande Coal
  6. Niniola Zlatan

According to GT Bank, this is going to be the biggest concert in Ghana come December. It will come off on Friday, December 17, 2021 at Accra Sports Stadium and it is free for all.

“For years, we’ve been at the forefront of creating and curating contemporary culture in Africa, promoting enterprise and transforming our communities through art and entertainment.


This year, we’re hosting the largest gathering of music lovers in the vibrant city of Accra to celebrate the best of African music and pop culture. Absolutely FREE.

The GTCO Music Concert explores the joys of music and celebrates the beauty in diversity, a common heritage, and our collective aspirations. Authentic sounds, resounding afro-beats, and pulsating rhythm will be enjoyed by the effervescent concert crowd and live-streamed to millions worldwide!

Public Safety

Security and safety are of utmost importance. We work hand in hand with law enforcement and public safety agencies to help ensure the safety of the GTCO Music Concert. Because of those very same concerns, we are unable to publicly comment on detailed, specific actions which are taken. Some of the security measures you will notice upon your arrival such as bag checks, walk-through metal detectors (magnetometers) for all attendees, staff and performers, and dog sweeps.
Please note that we will implement searches upon festival entry. Please arrive early and note the Prohibited Items list, these will be confiscated / surrendered upon entry.
In the event of an emergency, information may be relayed on the video screens, over the audio system, and/or through mobile notifications.
If you, or a friend, require medical assistance please locate your nearest medical tent or alert a staff member.
And remember: if you see something, say something. Flag down any staff member or Public Safety official if you notice something that doesn’t seem quite right.

Vaccination Requirement

We will be requiring all attendees and staff to subject themselves to temperature check upon entry into the venue.
Temperatures above 39 will have to undergo a rapid COVID Test at site which would be made available on site from 10am
Face masks and hand sanitizers are strongly advised

Covid 19 Warning

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. There is an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place or place where people are present and there is no guarantee, express or implied, that those attending the Concert will not be exposed to COVID-19.

Attendee Health Acknowledgment

All attendees agree to follow the Concert policies (including health and safety policies) and posted instructions while at the Venue. All attendees should evaluate their risk in determining whether to attend the Concert. By entering the venue, attendees voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and confirm that they will adhere to local quarantine mandates” – said the organizers.

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