One of Ghana’s most sought-after music groups, No Tribe is set to stage a mammoth praise concert on Christmas eve.
The concert, dubbed, United Praiz 2015, billed to be a star-studded praise event, is scheduled for the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (C.E.M) Auditorium in North-Legon in Accra.
The concert was launched last week at the same venue and was graced by celebrated American singer-songwriter, pastor and producer of Christian worship music, Don Moen.
Coming on the back of a hugely successful event last year that drew thousands of enthusiasts to the venue, this year’s event, organisers have promised, will be even bigger.
This year, No Tribe music group with its inspirational leader Nacee and Lord Osie will be joined by gospel greats, SP Kofi Sarpong, Ceccy Twum, KODA, Koby Mantey, Steven Oil, OJ, Joyce Blessing, IMPACT, Joe Mettle and surprise acts.
“This year’s edition promises to be a spectacular ministering on the 24th night and will be the ever powerful,” the group said in a statement.
Apart from the performances, one of the main attractions of the event will be the presentation ceremony of the car won by No Tribe at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards.
The group won Gospel Artiste of the Year and after nine months of the awards; Midland Savings and Loans, Kantanka Automobile and the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) will final present the car.
Tickets for United Praiz concert are on sale for GHc20 regular and GHc50VIP at the following outlets Joy FM, Peace FM, Airport Shell, Achimota Number 1 on the Nsawam Road, Adenta Shell, Baatsona Total, Koala and the CEM premises.