Sky-High Thrills and Chills: WATSUP TV Rocks Accra’s Music Fest (+ PHOTOS)
WATSUP TV, a leading African news and entertainment network, was on site to capture all the excitement and thrills at the 2023 Sunset Music Festival Sky Music in Accra.
The festival took place on Saturday, March 4, at the Alora Beach Resort, Laboma Accra, and it was a night to remember.
The festival, which has become one of the largest DJ and artist festivals in Accra, brought together over 1,000 attendees who were eager to experience the immersive music and vibes. The stage was set with state-of-the-art sound systems, and the visual effects were mesmerizing and striking.
The festival featured a diverse lineup of top Amapiano, Afrobeat, and electronic dance music DJs, such as DJ Rock-E, DJ Toyor, DJ Sly, DJ Raya, Ken & Seth, and VJ Scaro. Each of the performers took turns to anchor a unique set that saw them merging music, culture, and nature in a unique and memorable way.
As the night went on, the excitement grew, and the crowd became more energized. Hollywood actor and comedian Michael Blackson was among the thousands of music fans who attended the festival. He mingled with the crowd, taking photos and enjoying the music.
In addition to the music, the festival also featured a variety of interactive art pieces, food vendors, and other entertaining diversions. The festivalgoers had the opportunity to indulge in the delicious food and take part in the various interactive activities.
The night culminated with DJSky’s unstoppable back-to-back fusion of Amapiano and EDMS music—a set that claimed to be a celebration of music, culture, and nature. The crowd went wild, and the energy was electric.
Overall, the 2023 Sunset Music Festival Sky Music in Accra was a massive success. With its vibrant stage, state-of-the-art sound systems, and diverse lineup of top DJs, it was a night of immersive music and unforgettable vibes.
WATSUP TV was on hand to capture all the excitement, and music fans across Africa and beyond can relive the experience through their coverage.