A special art program will showcase a variety of songs celebrating spring festivals and the traditional customs of ethnic groups during Tet celebrations.

The highlight of the event will be the presentation of intangible cultural heritages to visitors. This includes the “Then” singing, also known as “Hat Then,” which is a unique musical genre of the Tay, Nung, and Thai ethnic groups residing in the northern mountainous provinces of Ha Giang, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, and Lang Son.

During the festival, visitors will have the opportunity to experience Xoang dancing performed by the B’ru Van Kieu ethnic group in Quang Ninh and a Gong performance by locals from the Central Highlands region.

Moreover, traditional customs observed during Tet will be showcased, aiming to preserve, uphold, and promote the values of Vietnamese ethnic minority groups.

Visitors to the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism will also have the chance to indulge in the distinctive dishes of ethnic people and partake in their traditional folk games.