HÀ NỘI — A lineup of of the country's favourite singers will perform at a concert in Hà Nội next month.
Entitled Những Trái Tim Việt Nam (The Vỉetnamese Hearts), the concert will feature performances of A-list singers Hồ Ngọc Hà, Tóc Tiên, and Lệ Quyên.
Hanoian singer Tuấn Hưng, whose recent free mini show on his house’s balcony attracted hundreds of fans on Hàng Khay pedestrian street, will also perform.
|Singer Tuấn Hưng will be among the artists performing at the concert next month. — Photo courtesy of the singer|
V-pop singers Bích Phương, Ekik, Trịnh Thăng Bình, Trọng Hiếu, Quang Hà, Nguyên Vũ, Liz Kim Cương, and Võ Hạ Trâm, will also feature.
Organised by the Việt Nam Theatre of Contemporary Art in collaboration with the Digimarketing JSC Company, the concert will take place at Mỹ Đình National Stadium on December 12 and will be broadcast live on VTV.
The concert is being held to mark the country’s strong recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The concert is to appreciate the solidarity and bravery of the people during the pandemic, who were stand side by side to overcome all difficulties,” said Vice Director of the Việt Nam Theatre of Contemporary Art Bùi Huệ.
|A-list singer Tóc Tiên will perform at the concert Những Trái Tim Việt Nam (The Vỉetnamese Hearts). — Photo vietnamnet.vn|
“In addition, the concert will also cheer enthusiastic people who have been working together to develop the country,” she added.
Songs have been chosen to evoke the love of young audience for their country.
“We have created a repertoire with our hope that the concert can be a bridge linking the young people with the nation’s glorious history since the very first day of the country’s establishment thousand years ago,” Huệ said.
For foreign concert-goers, the event will be an opportunity to present Vietnamese music and culture.
It’s expected that 25,000 people will attend the three-hour concert which has three parts – Trái Tim Lạc Hồng (The Vietnamese Heart), Những Trái Tim Yêu Tự Do (The Hearts that Long for Freedom), Chung Một Nhịp Đập (Sharing the Same Beat).
The first part will feature songs praising the human values of Vietnamese culture and the patriotism of Vietnamese people. The second part is to celebrate patriotism through two resistance wars with the leadership of President Hồ Chí Minh, and the third one is to present the image of a dynamic country in the developing period when young generation build up their homeland.
Part of the ticket sales will help needy children and poor families. — VNS