The street art festival is one of the most important culture programs organized by the Embassy of Denmark, the People’s Committee of Hanoi and the Danish Arts Agency on the occasion of the Danish State Visit to Vietnam in early November.
Danish Ambassador to Vietnam, Mr. Peter Lysholt Hansen states The State Visit is a good reason to promote culture exchanges between Vietnam and Denmark, and the Street Art Festival will inspire not only the participants but also the authorities and organizers to think of an annual street art festival.
Lively and inspiring different art performances in the festival will take place on Tuesday the 3rd of November 2009 at Ly Thai To square garden, from 14:30 to 21:00. Ly Thai To Square will be re-decorated with four corners and one grand stage. At hip hop and modern dance corner, the group Big Toe will perform together with Danish dance theatre group Uppercut. Experimental corner had been reserved for experimental artist Dao Anh Khanh and his prominent friends.
At the traditional music and dance corner, Thang Long Ca tru Club will take the lead while the Circus and theatre corner’s attractions will be the Vietnam circus and Danish theatre company Batida. Performances will be organized spontaneously one after another, so everyone can join every single activity of the festival. When night comes, a great show on the main stage will be the highlight of the festival. Famous Vietnamese performers like Tung Duong, young talented circus artists, dancers and famous Danish jazz musicians will present their most inspiring acts.
- Brookhaven Arts Festival Expected To Draw Thousands In October
- 10 Cool Running Tours to See Street Art Around the World
- Brookhaven Arts Festival Is This Weekend | What You Need To Know
- Discover the fun of E-Bikes at the Piedmont Park Arts Festival
- Love Arts Festival: These events in Leeds are raising awareness of mental health
- New politician street art appears at site of Norway’s ‘minister crucifixion’ painting
- Now arts festival website hacked
- Silicon Valley's techno-arts festival "The future is about what matters...not what's next."
- Street art puts lens on surveillance
- Cable-free charging in the car? Yes, it's possible.