BizLIVE - Vietnamese well-known signers and musical festivals are expected to sweep away Hanoi’s coldness this weekend.
Concerts to Warm up Hanoi This Weekend
“School of Mosh” festival, which drives the participation of 15 bands from Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea and Hong Kong, will be the biggest metal/hardcore festival in Hanoi to date.
Party-goers will be able to enjoy music during ten hours and other recreational street activities such as skateboarding, graffiti and culinary at the open space at Hanoi Creative City, No. 1 Luong Yen, Hanoi.
The festival runs from 11:00 am at January 23.
Singer Dam Vinh Hung will perform his latest hits at a concert themed “Khac” at 21h00 Saturday, Swing Lounge, 21 Trang Tien Street, Hanoi.
“The Wave Music Festival - Rewind for Tomorrow”, an electronic music night, will take place tonight playing field at 264 Au Co, Tay Ho district, Hanoi. International and Vietnamese artists will show up at the event.
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You can hide from this annoying cold and wet weather in Hanoi by going to the “Tet Art 2016,” Vietnam’s leading contemporary art fair, which will showcase over 200 art masterpieces by more than 80 foreign and domestic artists.
The fair will take place at the 5th floor of Hanoi Creativity City, No. 1 Luong Yen, Hanoi, and run from January 22 to 31.
“Tet Donation Charity Bazaar,” a one-day event, is taking place at the 19th floor of Sofitel Plaza. Participants will be able to buy Tet products at stands at the event and can donate money for needy children in Hanoi.
A photo exhibition “A view of Hanoi – moments and heights” was opened on January 22 near the Hoan Kiem lake. The event exhibits products of 12 photographers who have close bonds with Hanoi.
In Ho Chi Minh City, indoor activities are driving attention of art lovers.
Following its success in Hanoi on January 22, a Jazz concert by Timo Vollbrecht will take place at Ho Chi Minh City Music Academy on Saturday evening, 112 Nguyen Du Street, District 1.
A personal painting exhibition by Ho Hung is running from January 22 to February 29 at VinGallery, No. 6 Le Van Mien, Ho Chi Minh City. His paintings feature daily life of Saigon.