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Indian band to play Da Nang festival

The Indian band Pranavanaadham band will perform a concert combining classic instruments with modern equipment at Da Nang’s Nguyen Hien Dinh Theatre on April 4 as a part of cultural exchanges between Vietnam and India. The annual Quan The Am (Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) Festival will be held on April 2-4 at the foot of the Kim ... Read More »

Award-winning pics on display in Hanoi

An exhibition at Hanoi’s Goethe Institute gives visitors a chance to see photos by this year’s New German Photography competition award winners. Outside the box: A photo by Julian Slagman, one of eight winners in the 2017/2018 awards. — Photo Hanoi Goethe Institute The exhibition features 53 works by eight winners in the competition for young photographers in Germany for ... Read More »

Events in Hanoi & HCMC on April 2-8

MUSIC & PERFORMANCEs Hanoi- Fusion Music Concert “Les Transplantés” April 7, 8 pm L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street A musical coherence resulted from the encounter of four free spirits coming from different corners of the world (Morocco, France, Vietnam, Australia). Together they created new connections between the gumbri from the Moroccan gnaoua tradition, the Afro-Cuban rhythms of the congas, as ... Read More »

Music, wine pairing to be spotlighted at Taste of Australia

The Embassy and Consulate General of Australia in Vietnam will host the third Taste of Australia programme in April. Taste of Australia ambassador and celebrity chef Luke Nguyen demonstrates how to cook lamb cutlets with chao (Vietnamese miso) The annual celebration of Australian food, beverages, cuisine, and culture around Vietnam is led by Taste of Australia Ambassador and renowned chef ... Read More »

Fusion music concert at L’Espace Hanoi

L’Espace will present a fusion music concert entitled Les Transplantés or Transplanted on April 7. Les Transplantés is a music project resulting from encounters between artists from different cultures and continents. The music project Les Transplantés resulted from encounters between artists from different cultures and continents. Performers include a gumbri (a three-stringed bass instrument) artist and singer Amine Fikri from ... Read More »

Festival promotes Belgian beer culture

Belgium is a small country but it has a rich and diverse heritage to be proud of. Not only being famous in the world for chocolate, fries and diamonds, Belgium is also recognised as the country with the some of the best beers in the world. At the Belgian Beer Festival on Friday, 85 different kinds of Belgian beer, together ... Read More »

Drench yourself in colour at Holi

Holi Festival, also know as the “Festival of Colours”, will take place in Hanoi’s Kinder Park this Sunday. Holi Festival 2017 attracts thousands of festival goers. — Photo vietnamnet.vn A girl throws coloured powder at others during the Holi Festival 2017 in Hanoi. This year’s event will be held on Sunday at Kinder Park. — Photo vietnamnet.vn Holi is a ... Read More »

Easter Sunday celebration in Central Vietnam

Some leading hotels in the central city of Danang and Quang Nam Province are putting on special food programs on the occasion of the upcoming Easter Day on April 1. Easter Chinese Brunch Buffet at Grand Mercure Danang On Easter Sunday, April 1, Golden Dragon, the Chinese restaurant located on the second floor of the Grand Mercure Danang, will hold ... Read More »

Hung Kings Temple Festival to begin April 21

The 2018 Hung Kings Temple Festival is set to unfold at the Hung Temple Complex in Viet Tri city and neighbouring communes, in Phu Tho province from April 21 – 25 (from sixth to tenth day of the third lunar month), with the participation of Thai Nguyen, Quang Nam, Binh Duong and Kien Giang provinces. A series of exciting festive ... Read More »

Events in Hanoi & HCMC on March 26-April 1

MUSIC & PERFORMANCES Hanoi- Non-Verbal Performance “WITHOUT SIGNAL!” Mar 30 and 31, 8 pm Youth Theater Vietnam, 11 Ngo Thi Nham, Hai Ba Trung District Directed by Mr Shuji Onodera who founded “Company Derashinera” on 2006. Their performances were based on the techniques of mime, which were much more like theatrical work than dance. The mime movement of their dance ... Read More »