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May 1, 2021
May 31, 2021
Homowo is a harvest festival celebrated by the Ga people from the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.The word Homowo (Homo hunger, wohoot) can mean to hoot (or jeer) at hunger” in the Ga language.The festival starts in the month of May with the planting of crops before the rainy season starts by the traditional priests. After this there is a Read more...
July 1, 2021
July 2, 2021
Edina Bakatue Festival falls on the first Tuesday of July (the month of Ayewoho) each year. It is celebrated in honour of the founder of the central town Elmina, the headquarters to Edina Traditional Area. The festival is used to mark the beginning of the fishing season in Elmina.The name Bakatue is from the Fante dialect and translates as draining Read more...
May 1, 2021
The Aboakyer Festival takes place every on the 1st Saturday in May in the coastal town of Winneba where they celebrate their migration from Timbuktu with a traditional hunt, known as the Aboakyer festival. The name Aboakyer translates as “hunting for game or animal” in the Fante dialec. The festival starts with the hunt on the Saturday asafo members (hunters) Read more...
March 1, 2021
March 31, 2021
Papa Festival. Celebrated by the people of Kumawu in the Ashanti region. This festival is Celebrated in March by the People of Kumamu in the Sekyere East District. The Festival Begins with sacrificial rituals on the eve of the actual day. The day starts with a mini durbar of chiefs presided over by the Paramount Chief of Kumawu. Read more...