The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam (CCIFV) will organise the biggest French street festival of the year on December 14-15 to mark 40 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The highlight of the event, to take place at HCM City's September 23 Park , will be two live concerts, co-organised by District Music 360 and Dynamic Life and sponsored by mox.vn, to promote French and Vietnamese music.
|A number of singers are expected to take part in the festival|
The concerts will include live performances from Vietnamese upcoming and famous artists and open to the public for free on December 14-15 from 8pm to 10pm.
Among the expected artists are Ho Ngoc Ha, Pham Anh Khoa, Phuong Vy, Trang Phap, Vmusic, Suboi, Dong Nhi, Thao Trang, Whitenoiz, Ha Okio, Andre Ngo Trio, and Ong Cao Thang.
Part of the festival will be market stalls erected to exhibit and sell French (imported or locally produced) and high quality Vietnamese products while offering some informative workshop, exhibition and games for all.
In the food corner, restaurateurs from Ho Chi Minh City will sell French or Vietnamese freshly made dishes and drinks.
Ticket booking is available on the website http://www.mox.vn/
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