Over 2,000 amateur artists join spring dancing programme 2024 in Yen Bai city

  •  Sunday, February 18, 2024

YBO - The authority of Yen Bai city has organised a spring dancing programme 2024 with the participation of over 2,000 amateurs artits. During the art programme to welcome the Lunar New Year (Tet), Yen Bai’s famous singers performed songs praising the love for the nation and celebrating the New Year festival.

the folk dance performance joined by 2,024 artists
the folk dance performance joined by 2,024 artists

The most exciting and impressive performance in the programme was a folk dance performance joined by 2,024 local artists.

A charaw (or bamboo) and Xoe dancing in Dien Bien street and Hao Gia walking street also attracted a large number of dancers. This is a unique folk dance of ethnic groups in the northwest region during festivals. It is imbued with national cultural identity and features the soul and unique culture of communities in mountainous areas.

The charaw dance was joined by members of cultural and art clubs and groups in the city, and many local residents and tourists, demonstrating a message of solidarity in the community with the spirit of "New year, new determination, new victory".

This is the second year Yen Bai city has organised the event on the first day after the Tet holiday.

Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Do Duc Duy joins local residents in the bamboo dance at the event.


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