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ECOFEST 2021: Rude Boy to Storm Freetown

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This year’s ECOWAS Festival (ECOFEST 2021) will be awesomely different according to the organisers as it will have 20 International acts and more than 40 Sierra Leonean acts from a total of 14 African Nations.

The National Stadium will play host to some of the continents finest in the entertainment world on November 26th and 27th

A Corporate date for the event sponsors and VIPs is slated for November 25th at the Radisson Blu, which will be an exclusive time with all the acts. A soirée of unlimited entertainment and pure magic will meet, greet, mingle and take photos with the favourite superstars. “Wine and Dine with Africa’s biggest stars as we welcome them proudly to our city, Freetown,” one of the Organizers remarked and added that some acts will perform on the night to put the icing on the ECOFEST cake as they warm up to flood the gates of our National Stadium on 26TH and 27TH. There will be an entertainment summit on Thursday 25th November followed by the corporate VIP event at the Radisson Blu Hotel

“We continue to say thank you to all Sierra Leoneans and to all our sponsors. You have been amazing. God will bless each and every one of you who have done all in their power to let us have a great time come NOVEMBER 26th and 27TH at the National Stadium,” says the Chief Organizer, Abu Bakarr Turay, also known as The Kabaka and went on to state that the event will literally be the biggest in the continent this year. “We want to thank Sierra Leone for such great support and love. Had it not been for our fans, this will never be a reality. We are eternally grateful to the people of Sierra Leone,” he said. 

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