Music of Wednesday, 4 October 2017
This year’s edition of the most anticipated event dubbed ‘Odadee Torch and Bornfire Night’ will be held on Friday, October 6 at the Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School (PRESEC), Legon in Accra.
The PRESEC old school reunion which serves as a networking and socialisation platform will bring together alumni of the school to relive memories of their secondary school days.
It is expected to attract a large number of personalities, including some media and showbiz personalities, who attended Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School.
Participants for this year’s event will enjoy a variety of entertainment such as torchlight procession through the principal street of the school, live band musical performance, fireworks display, unveiling of the PRESEC @ 80 anniversary logo, among others.
According to the organisers, the torchlight procession will be led by the president of the National PRESEC Alumni, Rev Ebenezer Markwei, at 6:00 pm from the school gate through the principal streets of the school.
Celebrated hiplife music group, Wutah, will be leading a pack of young talented artistes, including Ebony and Choirmaster of Praye fame and a host of others.
With these artistes gracing the stage, the 2017 edition of the ‘Odadee Torch & Bornfire Night’ promises to be a fun-packed event.
According to the organisers, Wutah and the rest of the artistes billed to perform at the event have been carefully selected due to their ability to thrill the thousands of patrons who will attend the event.
Famous Odadee DJs such as DJ Blow of Starr FM, DJ Mac Tontoh and DJ Adom have all been invited to rock the event which will be emceed by Paul Adom Otchere of Metro TV, Bernard Koku Avle of Citi FM and Lexis Bill of Joy FM.
The ‘Torch and Bonfire Night’, without a doubt, is a cast-iron guarantee of a night of great reunion, a spectacle of a swarm of great people on one ground at the same time, and an exhibition of simple, classy excitement.