Upcoming Events (Sept, 06, 2012)
Malaysia's electronic musicans to debut
The Ha Noi-based DJ/producer/event promoting collective Sub Elements will present the premiere performance tonight of Malaysia's Mushroom Buttons and T.K.I. supported by West Coast US producer and performer Nick Everett of Unconventional Science.
The performance is expected to be an ear-pounding night of contemporary bass heavy grooves, glitch hop, hip hop, trap, dubstep and future garage, combining vintage twisted remixes and originally produced tracks.
Both Takashi Aiman (T.K.I) and Jason Chee's (Mushroom Buttons) will kick the party off with an eclectic mix of cutting-edge tunes during their Viet Nam debut performance tonight.
The show will take place at the Miix, 61A Luong Ngoc Quyen Street. Door opens at 9pm. Tickets available at the door for VND100,000.
Cool Latino party to heat up your weekend
A Latino pool party featuring Cuban dancers, Bachata Contest 2012 winners and an Argentina Tango performer from France will take place on Saturday at the Youth Park Swimming Pool, 1 Vo Thi Sau Street, Hai Ba Trung Distict, from 6pm until midnight.
Expected to be "The Hottest Event of the Month", the party will also present pro Zumba fitness instructors to lead party-goers to get wild.
Latino music like salsa, bachata, reggaeton, and merengue will be played by the most popular DJs in Ha Noi – perfect to dance in a sexy bikini.
Tickets cost VND150,000 for the first 150 tickets, VND250,000 at the venue, and VND150,000 for Bikini before 7pm. Pick up tickets at Fatcat Bar, 25 Ta Hien Street; Canopee Bar, 60 Hang Trong Street; Fusion Bar, 25 Truc Bach Street. Contact Maya Mai at 0922 226262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Market offers uniquely designed products
Creative designers will showcase their unique products which are not widely available at the Sunday Market at Ha Noi Cooking Centre Roof Terrace on Sunday, from 10am-3pm.
The market, which takes place every second Sunday of each month, will present silver and ceramic jewelry by Cynthia Mann, European-style men clothes designed by Zeds Threads, woman's and kid's clothing by Kindling, and ceramics from Central Viet Nam by Hoa Gom Champa.
The host – Ha Noi Cooking Centre – will offer a variety of tasty take-away pitas, falafel and cakes.
Ha Noi Cooking Centre is at 44 Chau Long Street, Ba Dinh District.
Windsor Plaza serves up European food festival
The European Chamber of Commerce in Viet Nam (Eurocham) will host the sixth European Food Festival at Windsor Plaza Saigon on Saturday.
The event will include European food buffet, live music, magic and circus show, lucky draws, a play area for kids and a booth for taking family photographs.
The festival will open at 5.30pm at 18 An Duong Vuong Street in District 5. Tickets priced at VND700,000 for adults and children 12 years and above and VND350,000 for children aged 6-11 are available at the Eurocham Office at 49 Mac Dinh Chi Street in District 1.
DJ Kamel Knight returns to Sofitel Saigon
The Boudoir Lounge at the Hotel Sofitel Saigon Plaza will host the Lil' Paris Party tomorrow with famous French DJ Kamel playing mashup music.
Kamel has made his name as one of the best DJs in town, with frequent revellers recognising his electric flow of funk, hip-hop, r&b and rap on the dance floor.
Boudoir Lounge has the ambience of a chic Parisian apartment, and a classy atmosphere of luxury and sophistication in every detail.
There is a buy 1 vodka get 1 free promotion.
Tables can be booked at email@example.com or (08) 38241555.
Visual and performing arts exhibition opens
DeciBel Longue will present Natural Mystic, an exhibition of visual and performing arts, on September 15.
The exhibition will be Japanese artist Nakayo Sato's first photo exhibition in the city, and it will be supported with experimental music by Thierry Bernad-Gotteland from France, live art and video performances by Un escargot vide (An Empty Snail – artist Sebastian Szczyrk) from France, and DJ Fu of the Jetlag crew.
Sato, a graduate from the Camberwell College of Art – University of the Arts London, is now a freelance photographer.
The exhibition will open from 7pm to 10pm at 79/2/5 Phan Ke Binh Street in District 1. Entrance is free. — VNS