Tinchy Ready To Burn The Floor

Jubilee Bank holiday weekend at North Wales is expected to be the most memorable event and all the credit goes to North Wales’ imperial acquaintances. Apart from the poor economic condition, bookings are on a high as tourists are looking forward to enjoy each and every bit of the festivals as well as the surrounding ambience.

It was yesterday only when the campsite was under preparation for the inauguration of Kaya festival on the famous and luxurious Faenol Estate near Bangor. Some 1,500 people were expected to attend the festival. A spokeswoman of the festival said that they are been really pleased and are expecting for a superb weekend. Those interested can purchase day tickets online. She also added that this festival is arranged by some of the renowned musicians of our country and we wish it to become an enduring fixture. s

The festival will feature none other than the great Ghanaian musician Tinchy Strider, reggae star Lee Scratch Perry and renowned actor DJ Craig Charles. Everyone is expecting to have a blast at the festival because it is after a long time that the great Ghanaian musician Tinchy is going to perform live at this festival. It is always great to see his live performance because he knows how to burn the floor.

He will be going to sing from his solo studio album titled Full Tank. We have seen hi performing at several hit events, but this one is different because this is not any concert but is a festival. On asking about how he is feeling, Tinchy said that he is very much excited and will surely enthrall the music lovers with his powerful compositions.