Fuse ODG presents TINA Festival 2020 to climax Year of Return
Afrobeats superstar, Fuse ODG and New African Nation Productions present the second edition of TINA (This Is New Africa) Festival, the culminating event for Ghana’s Year of Return initiative.
The three-day Festival will be held from the January 1 to 3, 2020 has a mission to become the home of Afrobeat music and lifestyle and to forge deeper connections between Ghanaians and the African diaspora through music and culture.
TINA Festival will feature a line-up of events that celebrate African excellence such as the Nation Building Day, New Africa Nation Conference and the Kente Party/Music Festival.
Leading up to TINA Festival, Fuse ODG will host the Power Brunch Club in partnership with Starbites at Starbites Airport City from the December 29 to 30, 2019 at 10 am to connect diasporans visiting Ghana with successful entrepreneurs who will share their experiences over a brunch buffet and music.
TINA Festival will kick off on the 1st of January with the Nation Building Day where Fuse ODG will travel with supporters to his Wood World Mission Charity School in Akosombo for a day of service, cleaning, painting and delivering school supplies and equipment including 100 computers donated by Absa Group Limited (formerly Barclays).
Supporters will also join celebrity guests for an exciting boat ride, tour and lunch enjoying the beautiful Akosombo landscape and make a contribution to the school.
Day 2 of TINA Festival will be the New Africa Nation Conference on the 2nd of January at the Accra International Conference for thought-provoking discussions on reshaping the narratives surrounding the African Diaspora.