Sarkodie releases "dada awu" prices for 2020 Rapperholic Concert; fans shout

Sarkodie releases "dada awu" prices for 2020 Rapperholic Concert; fans shout

- Sarkodie has released the price list for his annual Rapperholic Concert

- The 2020 edition of the concert would see patrons paying up to GHC10,000 for a table of 8 people

- Sarkodie's Rapperholic Concert is scheduled for December 25, 2020, at the AICC

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper Michael Owusu Addo famed as Sarkodie, has released prices patrons of the 2020 Rapperholic Concert are expected to pay for the show.

In a new post making rounds on social media, a group of eight people at the concert would have to pay GHC10,000 to be able to enjoy the show.

The group of eight people would be entitled to 8 wristbands, 3 Bottles of Champagne, 1 Bottle of Whisky, 1 Bottle of Vodka, 1 Bottle of Cognac, 1 Bottle of Red Wine, 1 Bottle of White Wine, Water and Mixers.

Sarkodie releases "dada awu" prices for 2020 Rapperholic Concert; fans shout
Sarkodie. Source: @sarkodie
Source: Instagram

A group of four people would also be expected to cough up an amount of GHC6,000 to be able to be part of the live show.

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The four people would also get 4 wristbands, 2 Bottles of Champagne, 1 Bottle of Whisky, 1 Bottle of Vodka, 1 Bottle of either Red Wine or White Wine, Water and Mixers.

GHC 500 appears to be the least of the ticket prices which would allow one entry into the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) where the show is expected to be held.

The Highest rapper has staged the Rapperholic Concert in December for years and the show ends up getting bigger and better with the passage of the years.

There has not been a single concert where the tickets have not been sold out with long queues spotted at the venue even hours before the show starts.

Just like the other years, the 2020 edition of Rapperholic COncert would come off on December 25.

Moving away from music and concerts, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady believed to have completed junior high school after successfully writing her Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) has been spotted crying in a video.

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Information picked up from the video has it that the young lady went to check her BECE results and was surprised and displeased with the results she was seeing.

As the result slip was shown to her, she burst out into uncontrollable tears out of disbelief and claimed she wrote the papers well enough to deserve higher grades.

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