The 2023 New Wine Concert has been announced by award-winning gospel singer-songwriter Pastor Nana Yaw Boakye, commonly known as MOGmusic.
The premier yearly program of MOGmusic, with the theme “The Coming Glory,” will take place on March 19 at the Oil Dome of the Royalhouse Chapel International in Accra.
The eagerly anticipated live performance will feature gospel performers such as Ohema Mercy, Uncle Ato, Piesie Esther, Kofi Owusu Preprah, and Ella Duncan Williams.
Liberty Voices Choir and Keepers Music will both minister as well.
The 2023 edition will witness the ministration of new hits on the Koinonia album Phase 2 and amazing worship songs from the guest artistes.
The concert will feature a variety of local artists who are ready to lead God’s children into his presence, according to MOG, the two-time VGMA Male Vocalist of the Year. He claimed that as Christians from all over the world unite in worship of God, Phase 2 of the “Koinonia” album will elevate gospel music fans to a whole new level.
Activities have reportedly being planned, according to MOGmusic, to raise support for the occasion.
“I can guarantee that lives will be affected and that there will be testimony,” she said.
The most reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah, the founder and apostle general of Royalhouse Chapel International, will serve as the event’s patron. The concert will be live-streamed on MOGmusic’s social media accounts and on TV channels like Powerline TV.
The life-changing event would need attendees of this year’s event to have their tickets ready.
For the gallery stand, tickets start at GHS 40 (single), and GHS 70 for doubles. The ordinary single ticket is GHS 80, while the double costs GHS 150. The GHS 200 price tag on the exclusive VIP tickets.
Customers may anticipate a night of hymns and other musical performances that will demonstrate the power of God.