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    In Ghana, Festival Style Is Colorful, Free-Spirited, and Cool

    Ghana Rising


    Street Style Has a Colorful, Free-Spirited Beat at Chale Wote, the West African Arts Festival

    It is said that 30,000 people converge on Ghana’s capital, Accra, for Chale Wote, a yearly celebration of the arts in the heart of the city’s historic Jamestown district. Though it’s tough to put a precise number on total attendees: Unlike most festivals, the event is free and open to anyone. And come they do: crowds of body-painted performers, free-spirited artists, skateboarders, dancers, drummers, horses being led around by rope, Afrobeat singers, and kids in elaborate costumes.

    Ghana has several long-standing traditional tribal and regional festivals, and Chale Wote, which loosely translated means “Man, let’s go!” in Ga, a language spoken in the southeastern region of the country, was started in 2011 as a way to bring that rich culture forward. Vendors sling kebabs and Star beer, the local brew; the street and stage are filled with performers both modern (Skate Nation, Ghana’s only skate crew, lit up the block by hitting handmade jumps) and old school (young boys covered in white paint danced to whatever was blasting from the speakers); and locals graffiti the walls in vibrant colors. This year, the charismatic Afrobeat superstar Mr. Eazi surprised festival-goers with an appearance on Saturday afternoon and was nearly crushed by fans clamoring for selfies. Neighborhood characters in traditional outfits mingle with cool kids who wrap the distinctive printed cloth in creative ways and speak proudly of the history and significance of the fabric. Nowhere is Accra’s spirit—that special mix of the elegant old and energetic new—seen more vivdly than at Chale Wote.


    Video by Kez Coo

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