Lao folk dances are numerous and varied, much like lam Laos. In fact, most lam also has an associated folk dance. And other popular dances include the southern Lam Tang Vai and Lam Saravane
The most popular folk dance, however, is the lam vong. It is the national dance of Laos, and versions of it exist throughout the Lao-speaking region and even Cambodia, where it is known as ramvon. A slow and graceful couples dance, the men form an inner circle and the women an outer circle, with couples dancing around each other while moving in their respective circles. It is a common feature of weddings, celebrations, and other social events.
The dance-dramas of Laos were originally only performed or the royal court. The dance-dramas and musical accompaniment are all very similar to those of Thai and Cambodian classical dances.
Lam Lao, also known as Morlam is the general descriptor for Lao folk music, which at its most basic level consists of the singer/ story - teller and the Khene.