The festival is celebrated by the Chiefs and people of Ve-Lukusi Traditional area in the Hohoe Municipality. It is an annual festival celebrated in November every year.
Month: September 2020
In November, the chiefs and people of the Wegbe Kpalime area celebrate their annual Kpalikpakpa festival. It is a festival celebrated to remember the valor and historical achievements of their ancestors. It is also to rekindle their ancestral spirit of togetherness among the people and citizens of the traditional area. Drumming, dancing, singing, and merry-making …
As the name implies, the festival is centered on the harvesting of rice so it is a harvest festival. It is celebrated at Vane, the Traditional capital of the Avatime people.
In October, any of the four communities forming the SASADU: Saviefe, Akrofu Sovie, and Alavanyo (on a rotational basis) celebrate what is now known as SASADU festival.
Every February, the chiefs and people of the Agave traditional area celebrate their annual Dzawuwu festival at Dabala, their commercial center.
The chiefs and people of Agotime Traditional area, a few kilometers east of Ho, who are Ga-Adangbes celebrate their annual Kente festival in August/September every year. This is a unique festival by all standards.