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Focus on having fun and not fishing for negatives when you go to concerts this December- KiDi

December is here, and nearly every music lover in Ghana will be attending live performances of their favourite musicians at various locations.


Artists use the occasion to connect with their fans and toast to a successful year in music, but all too often, technical difficulties, security concerns, and other mishaps steal the joy from this special occasion.

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Because of these setbacks, the concerts’ main focus is constantly overshadowed by the numerous unfavourable outcomes, particularly on social media, where fans use the platform to vent their resentment and draw comparisons.


The celebrated Ghanaian singer KiDi has used his X (Twitter) account to offer guidance to music enthusiasts in light of this.

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KiDi says that instead of looking for drawbacks, fans should attend these concerts just to have a good time. He feels that since things are tough right now, people should put their enjoyment first.


“This December, as you go to your favourite artists’ concerts, go with the mindset to have a good time. Don’t go fishing for negatives and shortcomings. Life is hard already. Have fun and enjoy yourself with your people at these concerts, and remember to stay safe. Love,” he tweeted


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