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Patrons assured of maximum security at 2019 Praise Reloaded concert


Gospel Musician Joe Mettle has assured patrons of maximum security at the 2019 edition of Praise Reloaded dubbed ‘Wind of Revival’.

This according to the ‘Bo Noo Ni’ hitmaker has been necessary in the wake of recent happenings at some venues.

Speaking at a press launch held at the Tang Palace in Accra on Wednesday, Joe Mettle said all patrons and music lovers should come in their numbers with no fear concerning security matters.

”Security won’t be a problem. I can assure all my fans and attendees of enough security to help stop any misfortune. Praise Reloaded over the years have maintained a solid reputation, and we promise to maintain it as well in this year’s edition” he said.

Praise Reloaded he revealed is powered by Reverb Studios and proudly sponsored by Tang Palace Hotel, Virtual Sound Lab and DDP Outdoor.

About The Praise Reloaded

Praise Reloaded is the annual headline gospel music concert hosted by Joe Mettle. The event was first held in 2012 and has grown each successive year to become one of the most anticipated on the Ghana events calendar. Joe Mettle believes in the power of praise and worship and its ability to effect change in society – this forms the basis for the organization of the event.

60% of the event audience is within the professional, self-employed and graduate brackets. 40% are also tertiary and high school students. This trend has been consistent for the past 6 years especially between 2014 and 2018.

Previous editions have featured gospel musician from Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, UK and France. They include Danny Nettey (late), Ntokozo Mbambo, Ohemaa Mercy, Akesse Brempong, Uncle Ato, Onos Ariyo, Cwesi Oteng and Luigi Maclean.

Three out of four of Joe Mettle’s albums have been recorded live at the Praise Reloaded concert. They include the Sound of Praise, Encounter and God of Miracles which features his song Bonooni.

The 2012 edition was held at the Tesano Baptist Church and it moved to the Royal House Chapel in 2013. In 2014 it was held at the RRC Assemblies of God Church at Roman Ridge and was later moved to CEM auditorium in 2015. 2016 saw the event move to Tema and was brought back to the Accra International Conference Centre in 2017. The 2018 edition was held at the Action Chapel and is set to be hosted at the Perez Dome in 2019.

Tickets for the ‘Wind of Revival’ concert are available at the Airport Shell, Baatsona Total, Nallem Stores at the Malls and Allied Oil Filling Stations in Accra and Tema.

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