Place: Yên Giang Commune, Yên Hưng District.

Time: The festival is organized on the eight day of the fourth lunar month, some years last 4 days and nights.

Significance: It celebrates the Bạch Ðằng Victories of national heroes victory against foreign aggression: Ngô Quyền (938); Lê Hoàn (981); and Trần Hưng Đạo and the famous generals of the Trần Dynasty (1288). Ngô Quyền planted sharp wooden stakes into the riverbed to defeat a Chinese invasion force (938).

The ceremonies feature the usual incense burning and offerings in Trần Hưng Đạo and Vua Bà Temple. The populations of the village stage a procession along the banks of the river, and also compete in a boat race. Bamboo leaf-shaped kayaks gliding across the water surface with the shouting of spectators celebrate the victories of the days gone by.

Along with the boat races, other entertainments are organized for the festival, such as wrestling, human chess playing, and roster-fighting.