Tribaverse: A festival for music, arts, culture, and positive change

On January 1, 2023, the Aburi Botanical Gardens in Ghana will play host to the inaugural Tribaverse, the country of Ghana’s first music, arts, and cultural festival centered on environmental awareness. The Afrobeat festival showcases the diversity and depth of African culture in an effort to raise environmental awareness and combat climate change. The festival’s earnings will go toward sponsoring research projects and environmentally friendly activities.

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Hottest performers like Kwesi Arthur, Camidoh, Sefa, Joey B, Sauti Sol, G Money, King Promise, Kofi Jamar, Temple XTD, and many others will perform spectacularly at Tribaverse from Ghana and the diaspora. performances with a common theme to commemorate the traditions that constitute our communities while promoting and showcasing the various styles of African music.

Tribaverse: A Festival For Music, Arts, Culture, And Positive Change

(Luigi Houdson, co-founder) remarked of the event that will rock Ghana: “This event is surely going to be one for the books.”

As many local merchants as possible are encouraged to participate in the music, arts, and culture festival in order to benefit Ghana’s cultural and tourism industries.

MUSIC: A series of concerts centered around a common topic were created to promote and highlight the various musical genres and composers from Africa to the rest of the globe.

ART: The display of cultural diversity and richness, which includes both classic and contemporary art genres like dance, fine art, film, literature, poetry, and crafts.

CULTURE: The celebration of customs, morals, historical milestones, and generational norms aimed at revealing the inherent beauty of the African people to large audience.


By promoting afforestation methods and giving back to underserved communities, Tribaverse seeks to promote sustainable practices that mitigate climate change in order to prevent its negative effects in Ghana, such as rising sea levels, flash floods, altering weather patterns, and more.

“Our music festival is unique because we will highlight and empower attendees on climate change mitigation and adaptation practices such as planting trees, using renewable energy, and reducing landfill waste. This event is not for locals only as the reach for education on climate change is key to people across the diaspora while enhancing knowledge on local traditions and culture.”added Houdson.

On January 1, 2023, join fans of music, the arts, and culture in the Aburi Botanical Gardens in Ghana for a day filled with music, food, and culture. This is your chance to fully immerse yourself in the afro experience. It is now 12:00. Do not pass up this opportunity!

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