Dodoleglime festival
The Dodoleglime Festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of the Ve Traditional Area in the Hohoe district of the Volta Region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in November every year.
D...
Bakatue Festival
The Bakatue Festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Elmina in the Central region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated on the first Tuesday in the month of July every year.
The festival...
Bakatue Festival - Wikipedia
Epor festival
The Epor festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Lolobi-Kumasi in the Volta region of Ghana.
Yam Festival
The Yam Festival is a popular holiday in Ghana and Nigeria, usually held in the beginning of August at the end of the rainy season. It is named after yams, the most common food in many African countri...
Homowo
. Homowo is a festival celebrated by Ga people of Ghana. The festival starts in the month of May with the planting of crops before the rainy season starts. During the festival, they perform a dance c...
Homowo - Wikipedia
Akrokre Festival
Akrokre festival is celebrated in Ghana in the southern part of the Ashanti region.The chief of the town has to perform some sacrifices to mark the beginning of the festival.During the festival, the l...
Kloyosikplem festival
The Kloyosikplem festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Yilo Krobo (Somanya) in the Eastern region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the month of November every year.
Hogbetsotso festival
The Hogbetsotso festival (pronounced Hobechocho) is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Anloga in the Volta region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated annually on the first Saturday in the month...
Fetu Afahye
The Fetu Afahye is a festival celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Cape Coast in the Central region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated on the first Saturday in the month of September every year. ...
Samanpiid Festival
The Samanpiid Festival is an annual festival celebrated by the Kusasis in the Kusaug Traditional Area in the Upper East Region of Ghana. The festival is one that is used to thank God for a bumper harv...
Panafest
The Pan African Historical Theatre Project now known as PANAFEST is a cultural event held in Ghana every two years for Africans and people of African descent. It was first held in 1992. The idea of th...
Asafotufiam Festival
The Asafotufiam Festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Ada in the Dangbe East of the Greater Accra region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the first week of August every year. It ...
Gologo festival
The Gologo Festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Talensi, Tong-Zuf in the Upper East Region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the month of March every year.
Dipo
Dipo is a Ghanaian traditional festival celebrated by the people of Odumase in the Eastern region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the month of April every year. The festival is used to usher i...
Damba festival
The Damba festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Nalerigu Tamale and Wa in the Northern region and Upper West Region of Ghana. The name is damba in Dagbani, Damma in Mampruli and Jingbent...
Kundum Festival
The Kundum festival is celebrated by the Ahanta or Nzema people of the Western region of Ghana. It is celebrated to thank God for the abundance of food at the time of the harvest period of the area.
Fiok festival
The Fiok festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Sandema in the Upper East Region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the month of December every year.
Gmayem festival
The Gmayem Festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Shai Osudoku District of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in October every year.
Kpalikpakpaza
The Kpalikpakpaza or Kpalikpakpa festival is an annual festival celebrated by the chiefs and people of the Kpalime Traditional Area located in the Volta Region of Ghana. The name of the festival is de...
Asafotu
Asafotu FestivalAsafotu Festival is celebrated by the Ga-Adangbe people of Ghana and Togo. The Ada/Dangbe East people celebrate Asafotu which is also called 'Asafotufiam', an annual warrior's festival...
Fancy Dress Festival
The Fancy Dress Festival is a masquerade festival held on the first day of January every year by the people of Winneba in the Central region of Ghana. It is a colourful festival that features brass b...
Fancy Dress Festival - Wikipedia
Apoo festival
The Apoo Festival is celebrated annually in Ghanaian towns like Techiman, Nkoranza and Wenchi in April/May.Below is an excerpt from an article discussing the origins and practice of Apoo. This excerp...
Aboakyer festival
The Aboakyer festival is a bushbuck hunting festival celebrated by the people of Winneba in the Central Region of Ghana.
The name ‘'Aboakyer'’ translates as ‘hunting for game or animal’ in Fante d...
Aboakyer festival - Wikipedia
Odwira festival
The Odwira festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Fanteakwa in the Eastern region of Ghana. The Odwira Festival is celebrated by the people of Akropong-Akuapim, Aburi, Larteh and Mamfi in...
Fao festival
The Fao festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Navrongo in the Upper East Region of Ghana. The festival is celebrated in the month of January every year.