Vivid and colourful Hanoi Autumn Carnival
The Hanoi Autumn Carnival, took place on October 1 as part of the Hanoi Autumn Festival, consisted of four segments centred around the theme "Radiant Autumn Colours", symbolising the vibrant hues of autumn in Hanoi. Included in the carnival are performances showcasing the craftsmanship of various districts, as well as the promotion of tourism enterprises within the city. In the interim, the street art performance introduces a dynamic nuance.
The event commenced with a captivating performance by the Lion and Dragon troupe from Thanh Oai district, featuring a total of 600 participants. This remarkable ensemble showcased the artistry of 30 intricately designed dragon figures, 30 majestic unicorns, and 30 skilled drummers. Each of these elements symbolically represented the diverse array of 30 districts and towns within the city. The opening ceremony also featured art performances comprising songs and dances that depicted the autumn season in Hanoi, thereby fostering a jubilant ambience for the festival.
The Me Linh flower carriage exhibits a vibrant display of floral landscapes situated in the periphery of Hanoi. The event entails a youth parade featuring various performances to commemorate the arrival of autumn. The parade showcase a combination of ao dai, a traditional Vietnamese garment, with bicycles adorned with floral decorations. Additionally, the parade will also feature the integration of ao dai with cyclos, a type of three-wheeled bicycle taxi, embellished with floral arrangements.
In addition to the aforementioned, the festivities encompass parades showcasing the traditional land puppetry of My Duc district, the captivating flute kites of Dong Anh district, vibrant street art performance troupes, national costume presentations, and the artistic dance spectacle known as "Dance in the clouds."
The Muong ethnic parade held in Quoc Oai district and Thach That district left a profound impression due to the participation of a total of 110 individuals who marched and performed with gongs.
The procession organised by the Ao Dai Culture Club showcases the elegant allure of the traditional national garment, known as the Ao dai.
The "Bumper Golden Season" artistic parades feature elaborate costume and dance performances that aim to recreate the scene of rice harvesting and the abundant harvest depicted in the play "The Quintessence of Tonkin".
According to Mr. Nguyen Anh Duong, the Director of Hanoi Promotion Agency (HPA), this programme is essential to ensure the vibrancy and liveliness of the carnaval, thereby creating a prominent feature of the Hanoi Autumn Festival. With great attention to detail and comprehensiveness, the initiative garnered the endorsement and backing of various districts, organisations, and tourism enterprises in Hanoi. This activity serves as a means to enhance the reputation of Hanoi's tourism industry, thereby enticing a growing number of visitors to the city.
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