The Upper East Region is set to host the annual “Made in Bolga” festival, which aims to showcase the region’s rich culture and promote its local businesses. The festival, which is scheduled to take place on April 9 and 10, is expected to draw crowds from all over the country.

Soorebia, a Ghanaian artist and lead organizer of the event, spoke to Dreamz FM’s Showbiz hour ahead of the event. He emphasized that the festival is not just about promoting him and his music, but rather about shining a spotlight on the entire Upper East Region.

“I know that a lot of people associate the Made in Bolga festival with Me, since I brought the idea,” Soorebia said. “But I want to make it clear that this event is about much more than just mew. We want to showcase the incredible craftsmanship and talent that exists throughout the Upper East Region.”

According to Soorebia, the festival will feature a wide range of activities and events, including live music, dance performances, art exhibits, and craft demonstrations. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase locally made products, including handmade baskets, textiles, and pottery.

“We really want to highlight the creativity and innovation that’s happening in this region,” Soorebia said. “There are so many talented people here who are doing amazing things, and we want to give them a platform to showcase their work.”

The Made in Bolga festival has been growing in popularity in recent years, with more and more visitors coming from outside the region to experience the unique culture and traditions of the Upper East. Soorebia and the other organizers hope that this year’s event will be the biggest and best yet, and that it will continue to help promote the region and its businesses for years to come.

“We’re really excited about what we’re doing here,” Soorebia said. “We believe that the Made in Bolga festival has the potential to be a major driver of economic growth and development in this region. And we’re committed to making sure that it benefits everyone, not just a few select individuals or communities.”