Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi
International Music Festival
to celebrate the
10th Anniversary of Minsk Club Vietnam
The Hanoi-based Minsk Club Vietnam will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a one-day outdoor music festival to be held at the capital city’s American Club on Hai Ba Trung street on April 5. The festival promises to be a day to remember for everyone with food stalls, fun and games, a chill-out tent and a spectacular line up of international bands and djs from Japan, England, Australia, New Zealand and Thailand, as well as home grown talent from Vietnam, performing on the main stage throughout the day.
The line up includes two Japanese acts – “Both Cheese”, a funky indie-rock band, and “The Spin”, an electro-pop outfit, who will both be flying in from Tokyo to perform at the event.
The Hanoi Minsk Club was established in March 1998, when more than 85 enthusiasts turned up Lien Oanh Bia Hoi on Thai Ha St to celebrate the legendarily robust Belarusian motorbike and its unique role in the development of the Vietnamese rural heartlands.
Since then the Minsk Club has promoted the safe exploration of rural Vietnam on 2 wheels whilst organising more than 40 events for locals and expatriates alike, including the Dai Lai Lake Charity Rally, which raised funds for a children’s home for disadvantaged and handicapped children, and the Minsk Olympics weekend festival, held annually in May at Thac Da resort, Ba Vi district in Ha Tay province since 2003.
The 10-year anniversary festival is a chance to celebrate these achievements to date while showcasing Hanoi’s increasingly vibrant music scene and Vietnam as a destination for the intrepid traveller.
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