Wildaland Festival Announces An All Ghanaian First Wave Line-up For 2023 Edition


The highly anticipated end-of-year music event, Wildaland Festival, is set to make its return for the 2023 edition.

In an announcement on Wednesday, the festival organisers released the first wave of performers, showcasing a lineup exclusively featuring Ghanaian artistes.

Headlined by Kidi, Kuami Eugene, Camidoh, Lasmid, Mr Drew, Kelvyn Boy and Worlasi, the first wave announcement also features, breakout star, Olivetheboy, La Meme Gang, Abiana and exciting emerging collective, AratheJay and Korshi T.

Branded as “Africa’s Glastonbury,” the 2023 edition of Wildaland Festival is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, December 26 and Wednesday, December 27, 2023, at the scenic Stone Lodge on Asutsuare Road.

The festival’s itinerary promises an array of activities at Safari Valley and the Peninsula Hotel, all facilitated by Adansi Travels. Attendees can look forward to hot air balloon rides, thrilling quad bike adventures, jungle parties, captivating performances on the main stage, and the ever-popular WILDALAND tent camps.

For festival-goers seeking a complete experience, Wildaland offers a range of room and accommodation packages.

In line with their commitment to a sustainable future and eco-conscious initiatives, #WildalandFestival2023 will feature an #EarthChampions panel discussion, bringing together climate thought leaders to address various climate change issues. Additionally, an Eco Action Fan Village at the festival location will provide an immersive experience for attendees.

Further announcements regarding additional talent are expected in the coming weeks, according to organizers.

WILDALAND Festival is proudly presented by Maverick and FulLCircL Management LTD, with support from Adansi Travels, Vee Tickets, and Yango.

Positioned as Africa’s premier eco-lifestyle and music festival, WILDALAND Festival seamlessly combines wildlife, adventure, music, and entertainment into a grand, unifying celebration for the global audience.

The inaugural edition of the festival drew nearly 6,000 attendees in Ghana and featured electrifying performances by renowned artists such as Davido, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, R2bees, Adekunle Gold, Focalistic, Joe Boy, Kidi, Black Sherrif, and Kuami Eugene.

The 2023 edition takes place from December 26 to December 27 at Stone Lodge, Asutsuare.


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