King Promise’s annual festival, PROMISELAND is back, bigger and better as it has been slated for December 24 this year.
Following an eventful year after the pandemic, King Promise has toured the USA and UK performing at landmark festivals including YAM Carnival in London, Las Vegas and supporting WizKid at his concert at the O2 Arena in London.
The Ghanaian singer and songwriter is back home and ending the year with his homecoming edition concert, PROMISELAND-The Homecoming edition GH, to bring fans together.
Speaking in an interview on TV3, he reiterated that the concert will be a total experience packed with maximum fun and entertainment.
“When you come to the PROMISELAND concert, it is a total experience. My team and I are pulling together something great. We have travelled and toured and pulled through.”
He further stated that “I call PROMISELAND a homecoming experience basically because over a year I am back home. I want to take my music to the world. People overseas see me as the one who will win our music to them as well. The homecoming edition is basically just that.”
The ‘Sisa’ hit maker indicated that he unfortunately couldn’t organize the concert in 2020 due to the pandemic and this year will be bigger with performances from artistes and diverse music genres.
“I couldn’t do promise land in 2020 because of COVID-19 so 2021 we going crazy. Anything I have been working on is amazing.”
He urged all to turn up in their numbers to have mad fun.
The PROMISELAND concert is slated for Friday, December 24 at the LA Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra at 7pm.
By Benedicta Naa Lamiorkor Lawson|3news.com|Ghana