Hitz FM’S Doreen Avio To Host ‘Ghana Party In The Park’ UK

Radio and Television host Doreen Avio is billed to co-host the 16th edition of ‘Ghana Party in the Park’ UK slated for July 24, 2021.

Doreen Avio adds to the list of female personalities who have graced the stage of this prestigious international event as emcees including actress Ama k Aberese.

Though Doreen is not new to emceeing events, she sees this one as another bigger challenge in her career, saves to say she is happy and ready to do it as always.

She said “I am honoured to be on this platform and I’m ready to thrill patrons

Doreen has won several awards including the Female on Air Personality at the Moreklue All Youth African Awards (MAYA), best achiever in media (radio) Feminine Ghana Achievement Awards, Best TV Presenter at an event held in London in the United Kingdom, Best TV Presenter Nollywood Entertainment and Leadership Awards (NELAS).

Doreen Avio is the co-host for Hitz FM’s late afternoon show ‘Cruise Control’ and Let’s Talk Entertainment on Joy news.

She has hosted big events in the capital including the MTN music festival, Heroes Concert, Women Connect Conference, Ghana Party in the Park lunch in Accra and a host of others.

The much-patronized annual event will take place at Trent Park in the United Kingdom.

Artistes on the bill include Mr Drew, S3fa, Amerado, D black, Yaw Tog, Kofi Jamar, Kweku Flick, Kwabena Kwabena, Malcum Nuna, D Black amongst others with Rapper Sarkodie as the Creative Director for this year’s event.

Hosted by the Akwaaba Group, the festival which started in 2005 attracts over 8,000 people from around the UK, Ghana, Holland, Germany, France, Canada and the US making it one of the biggest Ghanaian events outside of the West African country.

The ultimate goal of the festival is to present music, food, arts and true Ghanaian entertainment.

Doreen will join other hosts like Ham K, Actress Ama K Abebrese and Mz Dru.

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