Uniland set to connect global university students with African creatives
Uniland, a Ghanaian innovation created to project unique African music talents on global university stages, is gearing up for its debut music and arts festival.
With a host of activities including performances, activities, and pop-up shops, fascinating African cuisine, and other unique features to create a smooth festival experience, the festival is scheduled to take place annually on various university campuses around the globe, starting with four universities (tertiary institutions) and a three-day music festival across West Africa, Europe, and America with the climax party in December.
Uniland is an avenue prepared to give opportunities to spend time exploring university life, networking—meeting students and staff, making friends, and having an action-packed, fun experience that yields quality results.
According to him, the festival seeks to create more space for young African talent by amplifying their voice on a global scale. He revealed that the festival would promote tourism, trade, and investment in the Ghanaian youth market and around the world and also create an atmosphere to reconnect, reunite, and strengthen Ghanaian diaspora communities in Africa, especially Ghana.
Uniland is established to bring together the best African creatives and networks among tertiary education and market in the youth of the African mainstream through Afrobeats, Hip Hop, RnB, Dancehall, Amapiano, electric music, and other genres of music as a universal language and more to celebrate; and maintain a quality networking of students in universities and tertiary institutions across the world.
The festival will treat its audiences to a musical spree, acoustic performances, and back-to-back live music on center stage. The maiden event will showcase a massive lineup of artists, with other major artists to be revealed soon.
The festival will connect celebrities and students in Ghana with influencers and neighboring international students across the world.