Update news festivals
A Vietnamese “banh mi” festival will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from March 30 – April 2, according to the HCM City Tourism Association.
The 2023 Da Nang International Fireworks Festival (DIFF 2023) will take place from June 3-7 after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the festival organisers – Da Nang City People’s Committee and Sun Group.
Festivals and spiritual tours are attracting large crowds after three years of hiatus due to the COVID pandemic.
The eighth edition of the Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival is set to be held in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak from March 10 to March 14, as announced on January 30 by the provincial People’s Committee.
The International Photography Festival 2022, the first of its kind to be held in Vietnam, is scheduled to take place from November 25 to November 30 in Ho Chi Minh City, with the event featuring a wide range of activities.
The 2nd “Ho Do" International Music Festival and the 2nd Ho Chi Minh City Hot Air Balloon Festival will be held in the city from December 8 -11.
The Vietnam Culinary Culture festival 2022 will be organised from September 23-25 this year at Cua Viet tourist site in central province of Quang Tri’s Gio Linh district.
Circus performers from 20 foreign countries are set to join Vietnamese artists at the International Circus Festival 2022 which will be held in Hanoi from December 1 to December 10.
A series of cultural, sports and art programmes will be held in Ho Chi Minh City to celebrate the 77th anniversary of August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2).
Ho Chi Minh City is set to host the first-ever “Namaste Vietnam Festival" from August 12 to September 12 to mark 75 years of Indian Independence and 50 years of Vietnam – India diplomacy this year.
Residents and tourists to the central city of Da Nang are expected to have “sleepless nights” at the “Da Nang Electronic Carnival - Take Me To The Sun” festival scheduled for August 13-14.
Many spring festivals in the capital city of Hanoi will be halted for the second straight year due to complicated COVID-19 developments.
Many spring festivals in the capital city of Hanoi will be halted as it is applying COVID-19 preventive measures.
Many festive and cultural activities nationwide to celebrate Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday will be suspended due to the rising number of community COVID-19 infections in the past week.
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has announced the cancellation of its biennial coffee festival scheduled for March next year due to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak.