Award-winning Dancehall star, Stonebwoy will headline the maiden edition of the Great Volta Carnival and Peace Concert slated for Saturday 26th of November in Ho.
The Bhim Nation icon will be supported by two black beauties in Ho, Dancehall diva Kaakie and new sensation Ebony.
The Great Volta Carnival, an initiative of Globafest in partnership with leading peace and youth advocacy outfit, One Ghana is aimed at showcasing and celebrating the rich culture of the people of the Volta Region as well as preaching peace ahead of, during and after the 2016 general elections in Ghana.
In the long term, the Great Volta Carnival seeks to bring together the various tribes of the Volta Region to showcase their rich culture in a party atmosphere, variety of local food, music and great entertainment, organisers have said.
The carnival would kick off with a street procession of traditional dancers, grand Ghanaian costume and colourful cultural troupes in the regional capital Ho.
According to the organisers, the second part of the event would see thousands flocking to the Ho Jubilee Park for the Peace and Unity concert.
The show will also give opportunity for the projection of the top ten homegrown stars from the Volta region including Bongo-I, Enamily, Kemenya, Seyfame, Blaq Originator, Kasare, Remy J, Maestro, Kush Elikem and Tuuwise. New act Okay Music would also grace the stage with his hit song "Gimme That".