The Windsor Plaza Hotel will be holding their first annual beerfest from Jun. 11 to Jun. 13.
The second annual Australian Wine and Food Show will take place again at New World Hotel Saigon at the end of May. This year, along with two days of the wine show, there will also be an Australian Wine Challenge on May 28 that aims to unearth the best Australian wine currently being imported into Vietnam.Â
Following last yearâ€™s blistering performances the fourth installment of the HEY HO! LETâ€™S GO! Punk Rock Festival on Saturday Oct. 23 looks set to be just as electrifying.
Ok, so technically this is a Hanoi-based event, but with an unparalleled line-up of bands and DJs from China, Australia, Thailand and Vietnam, the fifth instalment of the annual CAMA Festival is worth the flight up north. Beijingâ€™s punk-rock forefathers P.K.14 will headline this yearâ€™s main stage with Toykoâ€™s Okamotoâ€™s and Saigonâ€™s own 6789 included on the bill. The DJ tent also features The Beats Saigonâ€™s DJ Jase as well as the likes of Rosewood and Hanoi experimentalist Tri Minh. For a full preview of Vietnamâ€™s largest music festival, check out this month's magazine.
The combined forces of some of the best party producers in Saigon are headed to the beach for three days of non-stop fun from Friday Dec. 4 to Sunday Dec. 6.
How to survive Hanoi’s hippy-fest.
The experimental music and arts festival, Hanoi Sound Stuff, returns once again with an international line-up experimental musicians and artists.
I’m sat in The Cube Bar with Guy Balza and Jan Segers, both members of BeluxCham, the Belgium and Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce. Although it’s left unsaid, they’ve chosen the venue because it stocks three well-known Belgian beers — Stella Artois, Hoegaarden and Leffe. In the same way that the English will talk for hours about football, or the French will verbalise non-stop about wine, so Guy and Jan are talking about beer. Belgian beer.
The creatives behind Quest have put on some of Vietnam’s most unforgettable festivals. Now, in their fourth edition, they’re asking us to trust them. Photos by Thuy-Tien Nguyen (for andofotherthings.com)