Bakoncong is a traditional art that is usually performed at traditional ceremonies such as thanksgiving, weddings, welcoming guests to the Salako Dayak tribal community, Senatab Village, Kab. Sambas. This Bakoncong art contains Reigius values where all human attitudes are related to the Jubata (God) element or Substance which is believed to be the ruler of human life and the natural surroundings. Based on this, the purpose of this study is to describe the religious values contained in the Bakoncong art of the Salako Dayak tribe, Senatab Village, Kab. Sambas. This research is a descriptive qualitative research, with data collection techniques in the form of interviews, documentation, and literature study. Sources of research data come from informants, document studies and literature studies related to Bakoncong art. The data validity technique used is increasing persistence and triangulation. The data analysis includes, reduction, presentation, drawing conclusions. The results of this study are that the Bakoncong art performance consists of three parts, namely the first Buis Koncong, Koncong and Jentera rituals. Of the three parts of this Bakocong art, there is a religious value contained in it. The religious values are the value of Silaturahmi, the value of Gratitude, the Value of Piety, the Value of Faith, and the value of Sincerity.