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. It is celebrated like most Akan festivals culminating in a colorful durbar of chiefs on a Saturday.  It is a historical festival marking the escape of the Ve people from the tyranny of King Agorkorli of Notsie in the present-day Republic of Togo in the 17th century.