Thirsty Nights is Ghana's largest musical festival. This festival strives to promote and showcase emerging and upcoming artists from Ghana to the rest of the globe. It is jam-packed with exciting activities such as games, a food market, and an A-List music extravaganza. The event will take place in Triple Hill/Apatase Village.
WILDLIFE.INC curates and organizes this event every year. We are collaborating with Triple Hill Hotel and Apatase Village this year.
SECURITY POLICY FOR THIRSTY NIGHTS
We are constantly collaborating with numerous security organizations to guarantee that Thirsty Nights is a safe event for everyone.
We have enhanced our security procedures this year to ensure a secure celebration. All attendees are encouraged to interact with security officers.
We urge everyone to be aware of the following policy in advance of this year's festival.
1. We recommend that all attendees arrive at the event grounds via popular or well-known routes, ideally via New Weija or Choice Junction.
2. All participants will be scanned in order to detect and prevent the introduction of dangerous weapons onto the event grounds. As a result, everyone is recommended to work with uniformed security officers on the day to safeguard their safety.
3. Attendees should only seek directions from uniformed security staff on the event premises.
4. Attendees should strive to stay as close to the event grounds as feasible before or during the show.
5. Attendees should not exit the event grounds alone. If necessary, request that uniformed security personnel accompany you to the shuttle.
6. All security and safety issues should be reported to the Security Command Post via the nearest uniformed security officer.
7. Attendees should never leave their baggage unattended and should never offer to look after the bags of others.
1.The Ghana Police Service, Dispatch Voluntary troops, and Private Security will provide security for the festival.
2. Security officials will be stationed at strategic locations throughout the festival grounds.
NB: Due to security concerns, we are unable to openly comment.