The Lighthouse will host a two-night music performance called “Tết Weekenders” featuring local and international musicians on Lunar New Year’s Eve and Lunar New Year Day (January 24 and 25).
|DJ Tristyan from Australia, the founder of the Lighthouse, will perform at the Tet Weekender music night on Lunar New Year’s Eve at the Lighthouse in HCM City’s District 1. — Photo from the artist’s Facebook page|
The first night will feature DJs Tristyan from Australia, the founder of the Lighthouse, Anh Vy from Vietnam, 1DAN from the UK, and Folio from France.
The second night will have DJs MTXIII from the US, co-founder of Electronic Imports [Ei], a new Saigon-based label, MAQman from Switzerland, and Peanuts from France.
All of the musicians will offer a wide range of electronic music, such as techno, house deep house, and funk.
The two performance nights will start at 9 pm. The venue is at level 6 at 106 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street in District 1. — VNS
Dozens of international and local DJs will perform at the Ravolution Music Festival “Ravo 3 Years” in District 2 on December 8.
German DJ Roman Flügel will perform at Savage Club in Hanoi on November 10 as part of a series of events featuring German DJs at the club.
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