A vibrant array of traditional dances and songs from the rich cultural heritage of the Lao ethnic group are showcased during the festival.

Pa Xa Lao village in Pa Thom commune is home to a thriving Lao ethnic community, comprising 54 households and a population of 260 individuals.

This festival serves as a symbolic farewell to the dry season, a cleansing ritual to ward off misfortune, and a heartfelt plea for favorable weather conditions, bountiful harvests, good health, and overall prosperity.

The vibrant festival attracts both locals and tourists during the springtime, providing an immersive cultural experience.

This festival is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the Lao ethnic minority group, offering visitors a glimpse into their unique traditions and customs.

A symbolic ritual of the festival involves the tying of colorful threads on the wrists of participants, representing good fortune and community bonding.

One of the highlights of the festival is the joyful splashing of water, symbolizing purification and renewal.