Photos of the 5000 seater venue Charterhouse just built for VGMA 2019 pop up

Photos of the 5000 seater venue Charterhouse just built for VGMA 2019 pop up

- Charterhouse has built a new 5000 seater venue for the VGMA 2019 show

- Photos of the new venue have popped up online with just a day to the event

The 2019 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) is scheduled to be held on Saturday, May 18.

While many had thought the event was going to come off at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), it has emerged that this year's edition which happens to be the 20th anniversary edition will be held at a different location.

Information reaching indicate that though the venue is close by, it is not the old AICC but a newly built dome in the same area.

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Photos available to show the site of the new venue and how it was built up from the ground.

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According to information gathered by, this new dome has been built by Charterhouse, the organisers of the awards.

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It is expected to seat 5000 people at the same time.

As at the time of filing this report (24 hours before the event), the new dome, understands, was almost complete and was only left with finishing touches and a few interior designs.

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