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Homowo is a harvest festival celebrated by the Ga people of Ghana. The festival starts in the month of August with the planting of crops (mainly maize and yam) before the rainy season starts. During the festival, they perform a dance called Kpanlogo. The Ga people celebrate Homowo in the remembrance of the famine that once happened in their history in precolonial Ghana. The similarities of the Homowo Festival blends with many cultural artifacts with the New Orleans Carnival Mardi Gras.
This is happening February 19, and 20 2022 in NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, USA
Mardi Gras is March 1, 2022, you will enjoy the festivities during this time frame
Why you should attend?
Since Mardi Gras takes place in February or March we are incorporating the different African cultural events together to educate and showcase the beautiful creativity of what our ancestors created from Ghana to New Orleans.
We are celebrating the heritage and legacy of our ancestors and descendants that created and built the city of New Orleans.
Ghana, Nigeria, Africa, Brazil, Senegal and Caribbean's ancestors are the core foundation of New Orleans and current entertainment. Therefore since many from Africa don't know about the history of what their ancestors built in New Orleans Louisiana and America we are presenting the opportunity for our descendants from Ghana, Nigeria, Africa etc. to join us in New Orleans during this time to see the legacy created by our ancestors. This is a multi culture event all nationalities invited to learn, enjoy and network. Please wear your countries attire to represent where you are coming from.