The district goverment and the public around, always held a traditional ceremony every Suro. According to them, Sedudo Waterfall was used to bath statue in Parna Prahista ceremony, then the water spattered to the body in order to get a safety and eternal youth. The traditional ceremony of taking up Sedudo sacral water as the sign to begin the public bathing is done by 12 girls with long hair and boys. The form this procession is taking a bath together in the pool under Sedudo waterfall, and held every Suro (the first Javanese month). This procession is led by the Regent of Nganjuk and followed by the local visitors, and the tourist who come from the whole Java. After taking a bath, still on the Sedudo area, the visitors are entertained with the traditional art named Jedor.
The Procession Of Bathing Heirloom
This traditionally procession is held annualy in month of Maulud, Javanese Calender. The Procession of bathing heirloom is held in heirlom building in Ngliman village, Sawahan district. This ceremony is done by the "older" people of Ngliman. After the Procession, the visitors will be entertained with 'Reog' and 'Mungdhe' performance.