Abene (Purification) Festival

The Abene (purification) festival is celebrated by the Chiefs and people of the Abene the traditional capital of the Kwahu’s. During the festival ancestral spirits are invoked for unification and development of the people and the area respectively. (more…)

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Aboakyere (Deer Hunt) Festival

Aboakyere” literally means game hunting. This popular festival celebrated on the first Saturday of May by the Chiefs and people of Winneba. The festival begins with a competitive hunt between two traditional warrior groups in a nearby game reserve, where (more…)

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Adaekese Festival

This is a very important, albeit rare celebration of the Ashanti’s. It is held in a large open space in the capital city of Kumasi. The festival is normally well attended and embraced by Ashanti’s from all walks of life. (more…)

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Adinkafo Festival

This festival is celebrated in Hwidiem by the Chiefs and people of the Hwidiem Traditional Area. The Adinkafo festival is celebrated annually in either March or April. The festival commemorates the migration of the Hwidiem people from Denkyira Ntomu, there (more…)

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Afringi Festival

A festival of the Chiefs and people of the Yeji Traditional Area which’s date of celebration is dependant on the Nananom every year. This festival unites the people, ushers in new developmental projects and serves as a period of assessment (more…)

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Agbeliza Cassava Festival

This festival is celebrated in Avenor by the Chiefs and people of Anlo Traditional Area. A festival of Chiefs and people which comes off in the first week of November, the grand durbar falls on the first Saturday of November (more…)

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The Ahoba festival

The Ahoba festival is celebrated by the people of the Gomoa and Nyaakrom Traditional areas. This festival is always celebrated in the 2nd week of May annually. During the festival the people come together in remembrance of Asafo Ahor who (more…)

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Akomase festival

The Akomase festival  is celebrated by the Chiefs and people of the Senya Beraku Traditional Areas in Senya Beraku in the Central Region. This festival comes off from the last Friday of August to the first Wednesday of September yearly. (more…)

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Akpa Festival

 This festival is celebrated in Wassa Akropong by the Chiefs and people of the Wassa West Traditional Area. The Akpa festival is celebrated in January every year, it fosters unity among the people and hence brings peace to the area. (more…)

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Akwambo Festival

The people of Agona in the Central Region celebrate the Akwambo festival literally meaning “path-clearing”. The Asafo companies weed footpaths leading to the streams or rivers, farms and other communal places, as well as paths, which lead to shrines. (more…)

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Akwantukese Festival

The Akwantukese festival is celebrated by the Chiefs and people of the New Juaben Traditional Areas. It comes off between the months of July and September each year. This festival promotes the cultural life of the people and is also (more…)

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