Africa’s biggest beach festival Tidal Rave is back in October

  • To be held in December in Liberia

Remember when Kwesi Arthur pulled off one of the most memorable performances at Tidal Rave when he performed ‘Pray For Me’? The stage lights were turned off, and thousands of mobile phone flashlights were turned on while the crowd and Kwesi Arthur sang ‘Pray For Me’, word for word.

How about Medikal’s show-stopping high-energy performances on The Rave Day during the 2019 Tidal Rave Weekend? Must we refer you to R2Bees, Cina Soul and others bringing out the fireworks during the Fire Friday edition of Tidal Rave in 2019? As always, and forever beautiful to watch, the Sarkodie performance on Sand Day of the 2019 Tidal Rave Weekend?

In Liberia, we had those wild moments – the Tidal Rave stand in the sand at the beach, the graffiti photo booth, the performances, and MCs moving the crowd.

Just as we were months away from Tidal Rave 2020, the pandemic hit and everything stopped. However, now we are back, full of colour and energy, and with the promise to get you to ‘Feel Alive Again’.

This time, Tidal Rave Beach Festival, Africa’s biggest beach festival, is coming back on 15th October in Ghana, and 10th December in Liberia.

“We want everyone who will come to Tidal Rave this year to celebrate the beauty and colour of life, and let’s go of anything that has been holding us back these past two years,” the management of EchoHouse Ghana Limited, the 360 creative marketing communications agency that organises Tidal Rave Beach Festival, said in a statement. It’s been two long dark years of not knowing what’s around the corner; however, now is the time to take charge of our lives, feel alive again, and just live,” the statement added.

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