The show will take fans back to familiar hits that made the band its name, including Bong hong thuy tinh (crystal rose), Con mua hoang da (wild rain), Tam hon cua da (rock’s soul), Vo hinh (invisible), and Con so khong (the number of zero).
Fans will also get to listen to songs from the band’s album “Another Day”. As lead singer/musician, Tran Lap will also direct the show.
Tickets costing VND165000 are available at following locations in Hanoi:
Vietnam Archin Company – 14 Quang Trung Street
Holy Rock Bar, D7 Trung Tu Street
Heresy Rock Club, 7 Cao Ba Quat Street
Polygon Cafe, 67A Nui Truc Street
Luglio cafe, FPT Tower, B2, Duy Tan, Cau Giay District.
Sac Mau Photograph Shop, 4 Ton Duc Thang
Cafe Ly, 5 Ho Dac Di Street
T Bar, 32 Thi Sach Street
Hanoi Tattoo Club, P101, A15, NEU Apartment Building.
Hotline: 0932354775, 0944146789
The Giang Vo Exhibition Center is at 148 Giang Vo Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Yamaha Christmas Concert to herald festive season in Hanoi
The Yamaha Christmas Concert featuring local and international artists will take place at the Hanoi Opera House at 8 p.m. on December 21 and 22.
The two-day-event will have the Vietnam National Symphony and Orchestra (VNSO), Children Palace Choir, VNSO Children Chorus under the baton of HONNA Tetsuji. Guitarist Sakaba Keisuke, violinist Dao Mai Anh and celloist Tran Thi Mo will also perfom at the event.
The classic artists will perform masterpieces for the festive season, including Christmas Concerto, Violin Concerto, Cello Concert, Guitar Concerto, Concerto grosso op.6-8 g-minir, Ave Verum Corpus, Halleluja from “Messiah”, and Christmas Carol “Silent Night”.
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