No Artist Will Be Paid To Perform At The Upcoming 2020 VGMA Virtual Concert- PRO Reveals

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The organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse under the Ghana Music Awards Foundation is set to honour the frontline health workers with a virtual concert.

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The virtual concert dubbed “the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Covid-19 Heroes Concert”, will be held on Sunday 17th May 2020 airing live at 9:30pm on TV3 and on social media.

Speaking on HitzFm’s morning entertainment show with Andy Dosty, Robert Klah, PRO for Charterhouse, has stated categorically that ” Artistes who are performing at the Ghana Music Awards Foundation event will do so in the name of charity”.

The program is also meant to inspire hope, support the fundraising effort of the Covid-19 National Trust Fund in support of the front-line health workers, and to lend a voice to the ‘Wear A Mask’ Campaign.

 

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