Ghana and Jamaica share many cultural similarities in music, food, heritage among others. The cultural connection between Accra and Kingston is one that resonates with the local people in the two cities and others with African and Caribbean roots.
PineXGinja (Pine and Ginger) is the ultimate merger of Ghanaian and Jamaican cultures, using music and performance to bring out authentic vibes for the lovers of the vibrant aspect of Jamaican culture, in Accra, Ghana.
PineXGinja is the biggest Jamaican themed party in Ghana – a beautifully blended, riveting experience, infused with Jamaican and Ghanaian cultures.
In its 3rd year, one of PineXGinga’s differentiating factors is the music. The event assembles the best DJs from around the world: Jamaica, U.K. and Ghana. This year’s party comes-off 24th December at the Pearly Gate Gardens in East Legon, Accra. It is one of the events partnering with YFM under the #YHolidayHavoc initiative.
Lakeshia Ford, CEO of Ford Communications and Co-Founder of PineXGinja said: “After taking a year off due to COVID, we are excited to join forces with YFM for the 3rd edition of PineXGinja. With this partnership, we expect to connect with our audience in a way that truly celebrates our cultures.”
As Ghana’s leading urban and music radio, YFM is excited to partner such an event that connects two great cultures. As a media outfit, we will use our resources to support PineXGinja in order to give patrons a unique experience. PineXGinja is the ultimate merger of Ghanaian and Jamaican cultures, using music and performance to bring to you straight vibes for the lovers of the vibrant aspect of Jamaican culture, in Accra, Ghana, and Kingston, Jamaica.