The day is typically marked by various events and festivities throughout the country. Official ceremonies take place, attended by government officials, dignitaries, and citizens. The national flag is raised, and the national anthem is sung with pride, symbolising Rwanda’s sovereignty and unity. Rwandan communities come together to celebrate through cultural performances, traditional dances, music, and vibrant displays of Rwandan heritage. It is a time for Rwandans to showcase their rich cultural diversity, unity, and national pride.