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Hanoi Music Festival

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The Hanoi International Music Festival is set to take place on Saturday Apr. 25.

 

Organised by the Minsk Club and CAMA, the second in this series of musical events is in support of the Mines Advisory Group (MAG)

 

The wide-ranging line up will include bands such as I Am David Sparkle from Singapore, singer song-writer James Harries, The Dorques from The Phillipines, electronic group Minuit from New Zealand, Goo from Thailand and, for fans of the band Regurgitator, Quan, the iconic Australian indie-rock group’s lead singer.

 

Expect to find international food stalls, drinks (of course) and a variety of games for children and adults alike, and even a bouncy castle. The hope is that everyone should be able to find something they like.

 

Doors open at the American Club (19-21 Hai Ba Trung) from 1pm and the music will go on until 11pm. You will be able to purchase tickets at the door on the day or at Highway 4 (3-5 Hang Tre), Cheeky Quarter (1 Ta Hien), Jaspa’s (Hanoi Towers), MAG office (202/B1, Van Phuc Diplomatic Compound, 298 Kim Ma) and Puku Café (60 Hang Trong) from 10 days before the event.

 

For more information on the festival, see our feature article.
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