Tamale’s HoodTalk Music concert electrifies massive crowd


The HoodTalk Music concert’s second edition took place at Jubilee Park in Tamale on Saturday, September 30, 2023. Following an impressive concert in Ashiyie on September 2, the organisers, the DreamChild Foundation and Virtual Hub, exceeded expectations.

They treated the enthusiastic audience in Tamale to a night of great music and performances, celebrating the local culture and showcasing local talent.

The event featured a diverse line-up of artists, including Bala Zaaku, Bamaaya, Rap Dee, Awhite Maiga, Future Ruler, Arnold Dery, Yung Shark, Walugu Lana, and George Cliff, among others, entertaining the crowd for nearly three hours.

Mr. Tell, the night’s M.C., skillfully engaged the massive audience throughout the concert at Jubilee Park. Alhaji Alhassan Issahaku, Chief Director of the Northern Regional Coordinating Council, spoke on behalf of the Northern Regional Minister, expressing gratitude for the event and emphasising the importance of children’s health and well-being.

Henry E. U. Mungho, a representative of the Dream Child Foundation, highlighted the organisation’s mission to improve the lives of African children through education, healthcare and support. The Chairman, Chief Olorogun Oskar Ibru, is dedicated to this cause.

The HoodTalk Music Festival, of which this concert is the second, aims to promote child wellness and youth empowerment in Africa. The organisers intend to raise US$14million to construct five paediatric clinics, making children’s health a priority.

The next concerts are scheduled in the Western Region on October 28 at the Gyandu Park, and in Ho on November 19 at the Ho Sports Stadium.

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