The Ky Yen Festival lasts five days (from the 10th day to the 14th day of the second lunar month) at the Binh Dong communal house, which is located on the banks of Ba Tang canal and is one of the two communal houses which receive the largest number of visitors and worshippers in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Buffalo Fight in Do Son (Haiphong City) is officially held every year on the 9th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. There are, in fact, two rounds of elimination before the middle of the fifth month and 8th day of the sixth lunar month.
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.