Organizers of the Tribvl Jungle Fever party, admitting the COVID-19 pandemic slowed down Christmas festivities in 2020, they however believe the party starvation, “has created the anticipation for this year’s events.”
Phoebe Clarissa, team member of Tribvl shared that although there were a few things happening here and there last year, it was not the usual bubbly crowd. “So you know after the social distancing and regulations and you know the do’s and donts. People are now fired up and geared up for this Christmas.”
In a Y Twitter spaces discussion on the theme; ‘Creating Memories: The Major Events This December’, she stated fun lovers really have their minds set on Christmas and revealed Tribvl is preparing for a larger and higher energy crowd. “I don’t know if you’ve already heard, but a lot of people are complaining about the traffic situation and how traffic had started earlier this year.” Phoebe pointed these signs as to how people and event organizers are highly poised for 2021 Christmas festivities.
With Tribvl looking forward to hosting the highly energetic crowd, it is poised and keenly putting measures in place to meet the expectations of ravers.
Social gatherings and events were banned in Ghana following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country in March, 2020. This saw ravers experiencing a slow and rather inactive Christmas.
However, the outlook of this season looks brighter as event organizers and ravers are getting ready to have a blast this festive season.