One Voice Festival is ready for a showdown this holiday weekend at the all-new 42-acre Africa Lake venue in Accra, next to Trade Fair. The 3-day festival is the first of its kind bringing together over 40 performers, hundreds of kingdom-led resource persons, and thousands of fans to celebrate not just music, but the holistic Gospel culture.
Here are all the details you need to know about the festival, including information on how to get to the festival, what to wear, and how to win tickets.
Where to get tickets?
Tickets are still selling via www.theonevoicefestival.com and on mobile by
dialing *713*39#. Festival passes are going for GHS 250 for all 3 days with a
one-day family pass going for GHS 500 for a family of 4. However, you can win tickets by participating in any of the giveaway activities across social media @OneVoiceFest.
Adelaide Duah, Koffy Nimako, JOA, Kofi Nkrumah, Bethel Revival Choir, Joe Kay, Louis Pascal, Belac 360, Irene Logan, Hannah Marfo, KODA, Efe Grace, Eben
Omari Kissi, Jotta Safo, Achiaa, Kyei Mensah, Team Eternity, Scott Evans, B Maestro, Kingzkid, Minister Igwe, Max Praize, SP Kofi Sarpong, Jonn Winner, Cindy Thompson, Akesse Brempong, Celestine Donkor.
Pastor Dzifa, Adom Cwesi, Queendalyn Yurglee, Overflow Inc, Allen Caiquo, Kofi Karikari, PO Godson, Neqta, Kobby Salm, Helena Rhabbles, Emmanuel Smith, Kofi Peprah, Sammie Obeng Poku, Prinx Emmanuel, Ohemaa Mercy, Cwesi Oteng, Joe Mettle
The other experiences?
Building up to the festival, the organizers have maintained their stance of creating a celebration that transcends music. The 3-day festival will feature tailored experiences like:
The exhibition is a convention of multi-dimensional faith-based and Christian creators who will share and showcase their works with the public. This will feature communities like the Scripture Union, Ghana Bible Society, and works from several top Christian creatives.
The Digital Lounge
One Voice Festival can never get boring. Not with all the VR headgear and games stashed at the Digital Lounge. With the photo booths, this social experience area will be a must-visit for attendees who’ll want to take one for perhaps five for the gram.
The Prayer Place
What is a Christian Gospel gathering without prayer? If you need somewhere to enjoy the power and intimacy of prayer, the One Voice Festival has you covered. The Prayer Place is also the space to be if you need to share prayer requests and have them prayed on for you.
The Word Lounge / Talking place
The Word Lounge and Taking Place is the fusion of two complementary experiences into a Christian oratory. It’ll house poetry, spoken word artists, and seasoned preachers of the Gospel, edifying and exhorting participants. Participants can also expect to tango with speakers on necessary but uncomfortable conversations about the Christian faith.
One Voice Festival is an all-inclusive and family-friendly event. The kids are not left out of the coolest Gospel culture event. There is a tailored Sunday School experience waiting for them. The Kids’ arena will have bouncy castles and a host of other kid games. The arena is not all about play. The kids can have a place to rest if the fun is a bit too much.
Where to get food?
The festival’s Africa Lake venue, next to Tade Fair, La, will have a dedicated trade area for food, products, and merchandise.
Do I need cash?
Attendees will deposit money on a personal RFID wristband provided to them after securing their tickets. This will help patrons shop conveniently with just a scan!
You will not be able to use cash, MoMo, and bank cards for direct payment at the festival grounds.
And oh, what to wear?
Keep it cool. Actually, come as you are.
Need we say more? Stop by the Africa Lake this weekend from the 30th of April to the 2nd of May, let’s celebrate with one voice as one big family!