‘Kiss for fun’- Nana Ama McBrown shows incredible dance moves at Chalewote Festival

  • Affable Kumawood actress, Nana Ama McBrown, made an appearance at the recently held Chalewote festival, and it was a sight to see
  • Many ran in her direction as they sought to steal a selfie moment with her as she walked through the streets of Jamestown with her husband and some crew from UTV
  • The video has warmed many hearts as many admired the amiable nature of the Empress as she was swamped by numerous fans

Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown gave several kisses to her fans for not romantic purposes but for fun after attending a festivals in Accra.

Celebrated Kumawood actress and media personality, Nana Ama McBrown Mensah, stole the spotlight at the recently held Chalewote festival.

What is the Chale Wote Festival

The Chale Wote Street Art Festival also known as Chale Wote is an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out into the streets. The festival targets exchanges between scores of local and international artists and patrons by creating and appreciating art together.

People taking pictures and having fun at chalewote festival. 

Since 2011, CHALE WOTE has included street painting, graffiti murals, photography, theater, spoken word, interactive art installations, live street performances, extreme sports, film shows, a fashion parade, a music block party, recyclable design workshops and much more. It is the first to be organized in Accra, Ghana and has inspired similar events across the country.

There have been 6 editions so far; the first two ran for one day each, while the 2013 and 2014 edition ran concurrently for two days, the former in September and the latter in August, a week after the Homowo festival of the Ga people at the historical Jamestown, Ghana on the High Street in Accra.

The format switched in 2016 when the festival lasted an entire week, from August 18–21. This switch saw the festival hop from the open street gallery that is Jamestown to other art spaces, such as the Nubuke Foundation, the Museum of Science and Technology as well as film screenings at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.

The same format will be replicated in the 7th edition, themed, Wata Mata with further immersion into Accra, spreading to areas such as Nima, Osu and more. The event is produced by Accra [dot] Alt Radio, with support from other local cultural networks like Attukwei Art Foundation, Foundation for Contemporary Art Ghana, Dr. Monk, Redd Kat Pictures and the Institut français in Ghana.

The festival was a week-long event that had various activities planned out. However, Saturday and Sunday are usually the days of the festival which have the most crowd.

The carnival aspect of the festival was held on the streets of Jamestown on Saturday and Sunday, and it is on those days when arts and culture were put on display.

Nana Ama McBrown showed up at the event on Sunday, August 21st, 2022, with her husband Maxwell Mawu Mensah and some crew from UTV, and she did steal the show.

She wore an all-purple outfit; trousers and a short sleeve shirt. She wore beautiful accessories to compliment her look and a pair of black sunglasses to add some swag to her overall appearance.

Mr Mensah, on the other hand, wore a black t-shirt with a huge skull print on the front. He also wore black sunglasses and some beautiful accessories to compliment his look.


The Empress danced with some of the cultural groups present at the arts festival. She was also seen dancing with one person dressed in a gorilla outfit. She laughed and waved at people as some tried to steal a selfie with her.

Many shouted ‘Empress’ as she walked by, smiling and waving at them and giving others hi-five. Some even went ahead to steal kisses from the Empress as they tried to get a selfie with her.


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