“MEET ME THERE- Weekender” is an intimate not-for-profit music and arts festival held at Meet Me There African Home Lodge; an eco-retreat in the Volta region of Ghana. Fringed by wild beaches, colourful fishing villages and lush mangrove forests, this secluded stretch of coastline is worlds apart from your usual festival setting. Here, nestled at the edge of a saltwater lagoon, their little oasis awaits you.
Bringing like-minded individuals together for a unique celebration of Ghanaian culture, MMT Weekender offers a festival experience like no other. Their four-day programme is designed to open your eyes to the magic of Ghana through a carefully-curated display of Music, Arts and Culture.
This years’ music program sees a huge range of live acts and DJs performing. Ranging from highlife legend Ebo Taylor, vibrant band Kyekyeku to Ewe rappers such as Worlasi and Agbeshie, DJ performances from rising stars Gafacci, DJ Pherry, Zongo Abongo’s Busy Twist. Plus South Africas’ SNO and UKs Tash LC are sure to be some of the many highlights from across the weekend! Please see the Full musical Lineup here: Adomaa, Agbeshie, Bessa Simons, Bood’nBone, Borborbor Drummers, Bessa Simons, Costiro, DJ Pherry, Ebo Taylor, Evergreen Dance Band, Fred Robarts, Gafacci, Jay Carder, Kakatsitsi Drummers, Kyekyeku, Latino, Mprez Ody, Shieshie Nitan, SNO, Tash LC, Worlasi, Zipporah, Zongo Abongo & The Busy Twist, 4TotheFloor – It’s fair to say the lineup really does cater for all tastes!
But MMT Weekender is not just about the music. They also offer free workshops and activities for all ticket holders throughout the weekend. Whether it’s trying your hand at drumming or dancing, getting stuck into a beach football tournament or joining a boat trip down the Volta River, there’s something for everyone.
Meet Me There is a truly special place that will have you returning to reality re-fuelled, revitalised and full of love!
Ghana Residents tickets are available via Whatsapp: +233545547942
International tickets via: bit.ly/mmt2019
The festival is not-for-profit supporting Dream Big Ghana NGO. DBG are dedicated to providing safe sanitation and educational opportunities to the communities of Dzita -Abledomi.
Leave no trace: Here at MMT they are committed to being as eco-friendly as possible. As well as planting a tree for every festival ticket bought (their way of offsetting your carbon footprint), the site is proudly portaloo-free thanks to their lovely smelling compost toilets and they have swapped plastic for biodegradable products wherever they can.