The Freedom Parade is an annual body painting and masquerade festival that initially premiered at Nkyinkyim Museum as a Jama competition in December. The festival has since evolved into a full-blown celebration that attracts people from various cultures, backgrounds, and artistic expressions.
During the Freedom Parade, participants dress up in elaborate costumes and cover their bodies in brightly colored paints and designs, creating a stunning and unique visual display. The festival also features live music, dance performances, and other cultural activities.
The event serves as a platform for artists and performers to showcase their skills, creativity, and cultural heritage while promoting unity and social cohesion. The Freedom Parade is a must-see for anyone interested in experiencing Ghanaian culture and artistic expression.