Kente weaving in Ghana

Bagri Festival

Bagri Festival is celebrated in Jirapa, Lawra and Nandom by the people Chiefs and  people of Lawra and  Nandom, It is a festival of cult and ritualistic performances from April to January, the festival and ritualistic performances associated with the Bagri are meant to purify the people of  and the state.Bagri is a cult which produces  the members of the area.




Ayerye festival

The Ayerye festival is celebrated in Saltpond by the Chiefs and people of the Nkusukum Traditional Area in Saltpond Nakesido (Lower Saltpond). This festival comes off in November every year, the festival also brings together the people of the area for development and facilitates recognition and respect for elders of the society.




Awubia Festival

 The Awubia festival is celebrated in Awutu Beraku in the Central Region by the people of the Awutu Traditional Areas. A festival of Chiefs and people which comes off from the last week of August to the first week of September annually. This festival ensures promotes healthy agricultural competition amongst the people, unites the people and signifies the end of the farming season and the harvest period of the agricultural produce.




Avazorli Festival

The Avazorli festival is celebrated  in  Ziavi, Etodome, Botoku, Kpedze and  Mafi by the Chiefs and people of Ekwamkrom. A festival of Chiefs and people which is held once every two years in November, this festival is held to celebrate the people’s triumphant exodus from the tyrannical of King Agorkoli of Notsie. This festival preserves their history of migration from Notsie in present day Togo.