Event organizing company, Throne Room Production, is set to host the maiden edition of the SOUND AND LIGHT FAIR which comes off this March from the 26th to the 28th.
The event which is purposed to bridge the knowledge gap on technological advancement in the music scene will be hosted at THE PAGE Centre, Sakaman, Accra, from 8 am to 8 pm each day.
There will be on display, over twenty brands of musical and lighting equipment, ranging from digital mixers, microphones, active and passive speakers, keyboards, drum sets, LED screens, and moving heads.
Activities include live Product demo, product launch seminars, light show, and jam sessions.
Some facilitators for the various seminars will be Rev. Edwin Dadson, Mr Philip Acquah, Miss Alexandra Aboagye, Mr Joseph Okyere, Mr Paul Quarte, and many other surprise guest appearances during the fair.
Due to the current health trend, there will be limited seating during the various seminars. In order to book your seat at NO CHARGE, kindly call 0200730221 / 0244778235 to register your participation. Also bear in mind that all COVID-19 protocols will be adhered to on the premises of the fair.
Throne Room Production is an event organizing company that mainly deals in the rental of musical and light equipment as well as stage design and planning. The company has worked with a number of musicians and Christian institutions, including the late Danny Nettey, Naa Mercy, Alexander Aboagye, Methodist University College Mass Choir, and Four Square Gospel Church on their various events.
Since its first project in 2015, the production company has been involved in a rental for various projects. SOUND AND LIGHT FAIR is yet another one of many projects that the production company will birth out.
It is their hope to impact positively in the Christian space and add their quota to the spreading of the gospel through creative ways.