This year’s Empire Champagne Party came off at the Villa Monticello at Airport Residential Area Saturday night and what a party it was.
The event brought together Accra's classiest and finest gentlemen and ladies under one roof to enjoy good music and also sip delicious varieties of rich Moet & Chandon.
The Villa Monticello, with its serene and plush atmosphere provided the ambiance for a perfect party.
Empire Entertainment, known to be behind some of the country’s successful events such as Ghana Meets Naija, brought their expertise to bear transforming an already beautiful venue into a paradise.
The event was attended by some of the capital’s crème de la crème personalities including Dr. Abu Sakara, flagbearer of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) in the 2012 elections, and Ama Okyere, Marketing Director, Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL).
Rapper Okyeame Kwame, Guru, Songstress Raquel and television personality Nana Aba Anamoah were among some of the celebrities who were also in attendance. Okyeame Kwame and Raquel teamed up to give an exciting performance of their hit song Woara.
Dr. Abu Sakara, who was having a time of his life, disclosed in an interview with Myjoyonline.com that he rarely goes out but on this particular occasion, he could not turn down an invitation from his daughter to attend the event.
He praised the organizers for the event stating, “It’s very nicely organized in fact I am quite surprised at how elegant the whole event is ... I’m not a champagne person but when I do sip it, it goes down well.”
Raquel and Okyeame Kwame performing at the event
Ama Okyere, who was also basking in the event’s cosy atmosphere, also gave Empire Entertainment thumbs up for a well organized event.
“This is a very beautiful party that’s because it’s being organized by a very wonderful creative man Bola Ray,” she told Myjoyonline.com.
The GGBL Marketing Director admitted that at her age, she hardly goes out but due to the niche Bola Ray has carved for himself, she can never say no to such an invitation.
Nodding her head and tapping her feet to the good music the DJ was busily dishing out, Ama Okyere confessed that, “good music must be enjoyed and appreciated”
“When music is good, it sounds right, it feels right and you just get the vibes,” she added.
The Empire Champagne Party went way into the early hours of Sunday and when it was time to bring the show to an end, many wished they could rewind the hands of time so the party does not stop.