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May, 10 2012 10:18:49

Famous bands to perform in Ha Noi

HA NOI — International bands will perform in massive live concert, MTV EXIT, at Ha Noi's My Dinh Stadium on May 26.

The MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) concert is a return of the MTV EXIT campaign to Viet Nam as a nation-wide initiative to combat human trafficking.

The concert is produced in partnership with the Viet Nam government, the US Agency for International Development, the Australian Government's Agency for International Development, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

The bands performing will be rock band Simple Plan from Canada; pop band from South Korea Brown Eyed Girls and Australian singer Kate Miller Heidke.

After performing to screaming fans across Asia this will be Simple Plan's first-ever live performance in Viet Nam. The concert will premiere on Viet Nam Television and on MTV Viet Nam in May 2012.

Audiences can visit mtvexit.org for ticket information.-VNS

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