After the first two spectacular editions with unmatched successes, the third edition promises to be bigger and better in the historic town of Ada. The festival once again aims at boosting tourism, its allied businesses, services, culture and rich arts of the Ada state under the theme Emancipation.
Founder of Tapioca Festival, Seth Priceless Ala-Amegavie, says this year’s festival will not only provoke orgasmic feeling, experiential of the finest talents but also be the bedrock for creativity and unlimited capabilities.
“We’re excited to be leading an experience that breaks people out of their boxes, everyone at this event will be empowered to believe, to think free and to act without limit to what they can do with their greatness. Beyond the return, there is so much the African can do.”
The 2020 festival is a three-month long event packed with lots of activities which started from Saturday the 8th of February with a Workshop and other activities through to Monday, the 13th of April, 2020 with a beach carnival to climax the beautiful event at Cocoloco Beach Resort by WatsUp Tv at Ada-Foah.
The town (Ada-Foah) is on the southeast coast of Ghana, located along the Volta River, off of the Accra-Aflao motorway beach-sdie. Known for palm-lined beaches and estuary islands, Ada Foah is also the capital of the Ada East District (formerly Dangme East District) and the seat of the District Assembly.
Other activities will include Ada Trade Expo by the Ada Business Resource Center, Nikomeahe Arts Fair by Ada Senior High School, Ferry Rave among others. A complete and a more detailed line activities are attached to TAPIOCATIVITIES on our website: tapiocafestival.com/tapiocativities.
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