Starting this year, the traditional festival will now be held every two years.
Holding a prestigious festival in the Baysun district, which has a unique value and rich intangible cultural heritage, makes deep sense, since in 2001 the cultural space of Baysun was included by UNESCO as a "masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of mankind", and in May 2002 the first open folklore festival of folk performers of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan was held in the Khushmanzar district.
The competitive part of the festival will be held in the following categories of song and dance folklore art: Alla, Ulan, Lapar, folk dances, rituals and rituals, folk games.
In Surkhandarya region, active preparations are underway for the folklore festival "Boysun Bahori", in which performers of international folklore art, masters and folklorists are invited to the Baysun district. Work is also underway to improve the infrastructure of the region, landscaping and landscaping of the surroundings, creating comfortable conditions for participants and fans.
Within the framework of the festival, it is planned to organize scientific and creative conferences, seminars, "round tables", folk festivals, concerts, exhibitions and other events, organization of excursions to the attractions of the oasis.
Exhibitions of national costumes, handicrafts, works of fine and applied art, screening of feature films and documentaries, audio and video discs, books, albums, photographs will be organized.
Drone shows, ethno sport competitions, bike marathons will give a special charm to the event.
The winners will be awarded with cash prizes, diplomas, memorable gifts with the image of the symbol of the festival. The exact date of the festival will be announced in the coming days.