Trieu Khuc Village Festival is held from the 9th to the 12th day of the first lunar month in Trieu Khuc or Ke Do village, Tan Trieu, Thanh Tri, Hanoi. In the past Ke Do was famous for nón quai thao (a kind of hat for women). Today it is famous for embroidery and objects of worship, such as parasols and curtains which were invented by Lord Vu. Every year, villagers organise a festival to honour Lord Vu and a martial arts event depicting the King Phung Hung’s battle.
The 12th day of first lunar month is the final day of the festival. On this day, a final ceremony is held and concluded by a procession of the flag dance. This dance depicts the legend, according to which the King Phùng Hung selected the best person to drive out the enemy. At the end of the official ceremony, people sit down on the mats and eat the God’s food and fruit drink wine and eat betel.