KONA LIVE; A NIGHT OWL’S HAVEN

Nightlife in Accra just got even more exciting. Night owls who happen to be ardent lovers of indigenous arts and music now have a sanctuary thanks to Kona Live with Kacey Moore.

Every Thursday night at 6pm, enthusiastic crowds gather under the stars of the courtyard of the Kona Café and Grill [on the oxford street opposite Dynasty Chinese Restaurant]. It’s a gorgeous place to celebrate indigenous visual and performing arts whilst sipping a cold drink, savouring comfort foods and passing around a hookah.

This show is the brainchild of award winning songwriter/poet Kacey Moore [who you may happen to remember from the ninth season of Big Brother Africa]. Kona Live with Kacey Moore is a curated program of multidisciplinary visual and performing arts. It provides the podium for musicians, poets, dancers, filmmakers and even painters to showcase their craft to a live audience.

 

A typical night is dominated by live band music, with both upcoming and well-known musicians stepping on stage to thrill the audience with exhilarating performances. Notable names to have mounted the Kona stage include C-real, Adina Thembi, Qweci and Adomaa amongst many others.

There are also spots for karaoke, spoken word, comedy and drama sketches, music video premieres, short film screening, amongst a host of other activities all for your listening and viewing pleasure.

Interested persons should call 0578481996 for a chance to perform on the show.

Compiled by Philip Edusei

4 thoughts on “KONA LIVE; A NIGHT OWL’S HAVEN

  • July 14, 2016 at 12:59 pm
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    was there at the previous event. Can’t miss this one!!!!

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    • July 14, 2016 at 1:08 pm
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      You definitely should

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  • July 17, 2016 at 7:18 am
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    Hello,the characters is not the band that plays for kona live ,they were just invited for a performance that day,and you could have mentioned the female disc jockey who holds the night very well

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    • July 17, 2016 at 8:40 am
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      Thanks for the insight, Nana.

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