|Ao||Moatsu||May 1st Week|
|Khiamniungan||Tsoküm||October 1st Week|
|Konyak||Aoleang Monyu||April 1st to 3rd|
|Kuki||Chavang Kut||November 1|
|Lotha||Tokhu Emong||Novemebr 7th|
|Phom||Monyu||April 1st Week|
|Pochury||Yemshe||October 1st Week|
|Rengma||Ngada||November Last Week|
|Sangtam||Mongmong||September 1st Week|
|Yimchungrü||Medümneo / Metemniu||August 4th to 8th|
|Ao||Tsungremong||First week of August|
|Sumi||Ahuna||November 14 -15|
Hornbill Festival is not a festival of a particular Naga tribe. However, being a popular festival in Nagaland, it is included here.
Hornbill is organized by Nagaland State Government. It started in the year 2000 and is now held every year from 1st December. The Hornbill Festival is normally celebrated for 10 days starting from 1st December. It is a festival where all Naga tribes partake and where visitors can witness mélange of cultural displays from all Naga tribes under one roof, an opportunity to experience the food, songs, dances and customs of Nagaland. The aim of the festival is to revive and protect the rich culture of Nagaland and display its extravaganza and traditions.