Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — More than 2,000 fans will be able to catch the final performance of 365, one of the best known boy band in Việt Nam, during their farewell tour in HCM City this weekend.
The show is part of their farewell tour, The Impact Những Ngôi Sao Mới (Impact-New Stars), which will head to Hà Nội after the HCM City performance.
The four-member band will sing 20 Vietnamese and English pop, electric dance and R&B songs at HCM City’s Nguyễn Du Gymnasium.
For the tour, which celebrates their five years as a band, the singers will focus on students and workers.
“They’re our friends. We want to offer them a quality performance before we go on to our solo careers,” said Isaac, 22, the leader and oldest member of the band.
Issac and members Jun, Will and S.T, with their dance group, will perform a two-hour set.
The band’s debut show was held in 2010 after they signed an exclusive contract with VAA, a leading entertainment company owned by Ngô Thanh Vân, a singer, music, movie producer and director.
Two years later, they won top prize for the favourite boy band at the Blue Way Award launched by the Voice of HCM City.
Their first album with VAA, The Love Box, became a recording phenomenon.
Their hit songs, such as Nơi Anh Không Thuộc Về (You Don’t Belong to Me), Hai Cô Tiên (Two Fairies) and Awakening, have attracted thousands of fans, mostly teenagers.
Their latest work, Bống Bống Bang Bang, is a soundtrack for Tấm Cám - Chuyện Chưa Kể (Tấm Cám - The Untold), a fantasy movie worth VNĐ20 billion (US$900,000) produced by VAA to be released in cinemas next month.
The 90-minute movie is based on a fairy tale, Tấm Cám, best known as the Vietnamese version of Cinderella, and starring Isaac, who wants to pursue a film career.
The concert The Impact - Những Ngôi Sao Mới will be held on Saturday (July 30). — VNS