Manhyia Palace Set to Host ‘Feast Ghana’ Celebrating Nation’s Culinary Legacy, Organized by GTA & Asanteman Queen Mothers

Celebrating Ghana’s rich cultural tapestry and culinary heritage, the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), in partnership with the Asanteman Queen Mothers Association, is eagerly preparing for the highly anticipated Feast Ghana event.


Scheduled to take place on April 22, 2024, at the historic Manhyia Palace, this event promises to be a vibrant showcase of Ghanaian flavors and traditions.



Themed “Flavours of Ghana: Celebrating Ghana’s Cultural Diversity through Food,” Feast Ghana holds particular significance as it coincides with the 25th Anniversary of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, underscoring Asanteman’s cultural importance and gastronomic legacy.



Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, CEO of GTA, expressed his enthusiasm for the event, emphasizing its role in elevating Ghana’s local cuisine and cultural heritage. He highlighted Feast Ghana as a testament to the GTA’s ongoing commitment to promoting Ghana’s tourism industry through initiatives such as “See Ghana, Eat Ghana, Wear Ghana, Feel Ghana,” launched in 2017.

Feast Ghana will offer attendees a tantalizing array of Ashanti cuisine from various paramountcies, along with traditional dishes and culinary demonstrations that pay homage to Asanteman’s diverse cultural heritage. Moreover, the event will shine a spotlight on locally sourced produce, tracing its journey from farm to table and providing participants with a holistic understanding of Ghana’s food culture.



The excitement surrounding Feast Ghana was palpable during its launch ceremony on April 17, 2024, at the Accra Tourist Information Centre (ATIC). Under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture (MOTAC), the GTA officially unveiled this landmark event, setting the stage for a memorable celebration of Ghanaian cuisine and culture.



As anticipation mounts for Feast Ghana, stakeholders and attendees alike eagerly await the opportunity to immerse themselves in a culinary journey that celebrates Ghana’s cultural diversity and showcases the country’s vibrant gastronomic traditions. With the Manhyia Palace serving as the backdrop for this momentous occasion, Feast Ghana is poised to leave a lasting impression on both local and international audiences, cementing its status as a highlight of Ghana’s cultural calendar.

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