Sumazau is a folk dance performed in the Dusun-Keningau ethnic annually during the harvest festival in May. The dance is performed by both men and women dressed in black and red costumes. Dancers perform with the accompaniment of gongs - normally 6 pieces of different sizes and a drum with a particular rhythm. The duration and pace of the dance differ by region. If you pay close attention, you will realise that the hand gestures represent that of eagles flying. During the dance, each dancer must make a sequence of moves only by a few centimetres away from each other without touching.