In 2024, the Festival of Tien pagoda takes place on a provincial scale from February 12th – 14th, 2024 (Lunnar January 3rd – 5th). In particular, the opening ceremony is expected to be held in the afternoon of February 12th (Lunar January 3rd); The opening ceremony takes place on February 13th (Lunar January 4th) at Tien Pagoda yard in the tourism area of Tien Pagoda, Phu Nghia commune.

Mr. Nguyen Van Toan, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee and the working group were inspecting the actual preparations for organizing the Festival of Tien pagoda, Lac Thuy district in 2024.

Implementing the plan of the Provincial People's Committee, to prepare for the Fesstival of Tien pagoda in 2024, Lac Thuy District’s People's Committee has directed the subcommittees and the specialized units to develop a overall draft script for the festival, the opening ceremony script, the ceremonial content and palanquin processions. They have coordinated with the province's Art group to develop an art program to celebrate the opening ceremony. They have prepared the facilities to hold the opening ceremony. They have arranged and prepared the grounds and the forces to organize the festival according to the plan of the Provincial People's Committee.

The District’s People's Committee has issued a plan to organize the Spring Fair of Tien Pagoda in Lac Thuy district in 2024. It is expected to have 46 booths, including 8 booths from Tan Lac, Lac Son, Yen Thuy and Kim Boi districts; 10 booths of the communes and the town; 4 booths of the Women's Union, Farmers’ Union, the District’s Agricultural Service Center, Lac Thuy Telecommunication and 24 booths of the small traders. The district has also built a plan to prevent epidemics, ensuring security and traffic safety in the festival area...

After inspecting the reality and listening to the reports on the preparation work to organize the festival of the representatives of the departments, the appropriate authorities and the locality, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee acknowledged and appreciated the efforts. of the sectors, the appropriate authorities and the locality in coordinating well to prepare for the programs to take place as planned.

He requested that the departments, the appropriate authorities, the locality and the subcommittees continue to direct the members to carry out and coordinate well the preparation of the festival. In particular, attention is paid to ensuring the safety of the area where the stands are set up, ensuring security and order, fire and explosion prevention, and traffic flow. The special attention should be paid to ensuring food safety; environmental sanitation; Promoting propaganda before, during and after the festival. It is nêcsary to pay attention to the commitments between the restaurants and the accommodation establishments in province and Lac Thuy district to comply with the regulations on prices and services, meeting the needs of tourists. It is also important to provide safe and continuous power supply. They continue to direct the contractors to quickly complete the construction items at Mau Temple, Tien Pagoda, market area, bus station for the festival...

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