The festival takes place from the 14th to the 16th days of the third lunar month. Legend has it that the 15th day of the third lunar month was the coronation of King Ly Cong Uan. Later generations chose the day as a common festival to pay homage to kings of the Ly Dynasty.
The religious life of the Dao ethnic people has various practices like the worshiping of the ancestor of the Dao ethnic people called Ban Vuong worshiping, the festival on creating names for men and dancing festival. The Dao ethnic people in Phu Tho consider the festival as the God, Buddha and Genie thanking festival.
Organized regularly every year in Phu Yen coastal areas belonging to the Song Cau district, Tuy An district, Tuy Hoa district and Tuy Hoa town – where most of the inhabitants live on fishery, the ceremonies are held in lunar March when fishermen are preparing for the main fishing season in a year.
Hai Bà Trưng Temple is located 500 kilometres from Nguyễn Công Trứ street, in Đồng Nhân commune. This temple was erected in dedication to the two Trưng sisters - Trưng Trắc and Trưng Nhị, the first two heroines of the country.
Every year, on the fifth of the first Lunar Month, when the peach tree is in full bloom, Hanoians march toward Đống Đa Mount, in south-western Hanoi to remember the dead and to celebrate Quang Trung's victory. It was the site of a historic victory by the forces of Emperor Quang Trung over the northern invaders in 1789.