TV3, Abba Investments dedicate F-14 Concert to Castro
Entertainment of Sunday, 15 February 2015
Organizers of the 2015 F-14 Concert, Abba Investments, with support from TV3, are set to offer lovers a top-notch treat at the Accra International Conference Center this Saturday, in celebration of St. Valentine’s Day.
ABBA INVESTMENTS is a project management outfit with specialty in events, outreach programs, product activations and multimedia production services.
The organizers say this year’s event is dedicated to the memory of sensational Hiplife Artiste Castro, who was the key headline performer for the 2014 event. The outstanding musician known in real life as Theophilus Tagoe, mysteriously went missing in July last year, while in the company of a female acquaintance with whom he had gone jet skiing in Ada.
Neither the body of the artiste nor his acquaintance was found after thorough searches by marine police officers. Per Ghana’s laws, Castro can only be declared dead, and his funeral rites held after seven years.
The F-14 CONCERT which simply translates as “February 14 Concert”, is a unique annual initiative with the theme “a passion for love and country”. This platform brings together the upper class, middle-income earners and the youth to enjoy love-filled live musical performances from the budding music stars on Valentine’s Day.
In 2015 and beyond, the proceeds from the event will be used to engage stakeholders towards the reduction of child labour in cocoa growing and mining communities across Ghana. This will be done through effective advocacy campaigns.
“F14 CONCERT is a unique initiative to celebrate our love for each other as we enjoy the sleek and soothing tunes from renowned musicians both home and abroad on Valentine’s Day”.
In 2014, the F-14 Concert at the Accra International Conference was one of the highly patronized Valentine’s Day events on the Ghanaian calendar.
F-14 Concert 2015 promises to be a night to remember, and we will love for you to be a part of it. We look forward to a partnership that promotes “a passion for love and country”, thus gradually reviving the Ghanaian spirit of patriotism and celebrating our undying love for each other.