Creative Services and Production
Our Creative Services and Event Production service is unique. Our team works on projects large and small & domestic and international. We specialize in Performing and Visual Arts Event Planning and Productions, Concerts, Festivals and Event consulting.
Our team works on projects large and small and domestic and international. We can scale and tailor our event planning and production services to client needs. If you are interested in our Creative Services and Event Production, send us a message through our site or send an inquiry to email@example.com
Ongoing current Projects:
African World Peace Festival
African World Peace Festival is a community music festival and 5k run event. This annual festival brings diverse community people together while promoting PEACE, LOVE and RESPECT for all. The Annual African World Peace Festival brings together about various participants from the United States and various countries from Africa to fill downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina. With a variety of bands, performing and visual artists, vendors and sponsors to celebrate community togetherness.
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KojoAntwi Maestro Tour 2018 – USA
Brand Africa Group organized and produced Legendary Ghanaian Musician KojoAntwi’s Maestro tour in 2018. The tour started in late July 2018 and ended in early September of 2018. The historic tour of the United States spanned six cities, Chicago, Washington DC, New York, Atlanta, Worcester and Dallas.
“This tour was very successful. This was absolutely fun, I will surely be back” by KojoAntwi.
Threads of Africa Celebration – USA
Community organizing partner for the Threads of Africa Celebration to unveil the newly reinstalled African art gallery at the North Carolina Museum of Art. This was a daylong celebration of African art, nature, music, and culture.
The Museum Park came alive with music and dance performances, drum-making workshops, collaborative community art activities, food, African cultural activities and more. The day concluded with a free concert by world-renowned West African artist Angélique Kidjo.