MUSIC & PERFORMANCES
Hanoi- Lunar New Year’s Eve firework displays
31 locations for firework displays on Lunar New Year’s Eve in Hanoi. Each show will last for 15 minutes (from 0 am until 0.15 am on).
9 high-range firework shooting locations:
Location 1: Hoan Kiem district (at Hoan Kiem lake, in front of Hanoimoi editorial office).
Location 2: Ba Dinh district (at the south-east side of Ngoc Khanh lake, Ngoc Khanh ward).
Location 3: Dong Da district (at Hoang Cau Lake, O Cho Dua ward).
Location 4: Hai Ba Trung district (near Ho Chi Minh & Ton Duc Thang statues, Thong Nhat park, Le Dai Hanh ward).
Location 5: Tay Ho district (at Lac Long Quan park – in front of the district’s people committee building).
Location 6: Ha Dong district (at Van Quan lake, Van Quan ward).
Location 7: Nam Tu Liem district (at Thanh Tich park, inside My Dinh national sports complex, My Dinh ward).
Location 8: Long Bien district (at Harmony lake, Vinhomes Riverside, Viet Hung ward).
Location 9: Son Tay town (at Son Tay Old Fortress, Son Tay provincial town).
22 low-range firework shooting locations (in 22 districts):
Location 10: Long Bien district (near VinCom Center, Phuc Loi ward).
Location 11: Cau Giay district (at Cau Giay park, Dich Vong ward).
Location 12: Hoang Mai district (at Den Lu park, Hoang Van Thu ward).
Location 13: Thanh Xuan district (at Nhan Chinh park, Nhan Chinh ward).
Location 14: Bac Tu Liem (near Pheo river bridge, Minh Khai district).
Location 15: Gia Lam district (at 31ha urban area, Trau Quy town).
Location 16: Dong Anh district (at the district’s central stadium, Dong Anh town).
Location 17: Soc Son district (at the district’s stadium, Soc Son town).
Location 18: Me Linh district (at the rooftop of the district’s people’s committee building, Dai Thinh ward).
Location 19: Ba Vi district (at Quang Oai stadium, Tay Dang town).
Location 20: Phuc Tho district (at the rooftop of the district’s military steering committee building, Phuc Tho town).
Location 21: Dan Phuong district (at Stand B, district’s central stadium, Phung town).
Location 22: Thach That district (at the rooftop of the district’s people’s council, people’s committee building, Lien Quan town).
Location 23: Hoai Duc district (at the rooftop of the Center for Culture, Information and Sports).
Location 24: Quoc Oai district (at the rooftop of the district’s military steering committee, Quoc Oai town).
Location 25: Chuong My district (at the central stadium, Chuc Son town).
Location 26: Thanh Tri district (at the stadium of the district’s Center for Culture, Information and Sports, Tu Hiep ward).
Location 27: Thanh Oai district (at the district’s central stadium, Kim Bai town).
Location 28: Ung Hoa district (at the rooftop of building B, Land Fund Development Center, Van Dinh town).
Location 29: My Duc district (tại ecological lake park, Dai Nghia town).
Location 30: Thuong Tin disctrict (at the rooftop of the Center for Culture, Information and Sports).
Location 31: Phu Xuyen district (Thao Chinh, Phu Xuyen town).
Hanoi- “The Quintessence of Tonkin” Cultural Show
7:30 – 9: 30 pm, every evening except Tuesday
Baara Land Entertainment Complex
Da Phuc village, Sai Son commune, Quoc Oai district.
You are cordially invited to the grandest and most ambitious live entertainment project that Vietnam has ever witnessed – The Quintessence of Tonkin – an exploration of Vietnamese history and culture from a contemporary perspective.
Featuring a dramatic display of over 200 performers on an interactive stage using state-of-the-art technology, the show highlights the most compelling elements of Vietnamese culture but presents them in modern and innovative ways.
Tickets: VND800,000 – VND900,000 – VND1,200,000
HCMC-OHY’s LIVE music session
OHY Sky Lounge & Dining, 25-26-27F, Centec Tower, 72-74 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, D1,
The Yellow Bongo: A live band that have been around for 19 years and conquered countless famous bars and pubs in Saigon with their splendid performances and heartwarming vocals.
Hanoi-Exhibition “Tuat Dome 2018″
Hang Da Street, Hoan Kiem District.
The exhibition features paintings, sculptures, and ceramic artworks for sale to welcome the upcoming Lunar New Year (the Year of the Dog).
Hanoi-Exhibition “The Ancestor Altar during Tet”
Kim Ngan Temple, 42 Hang Bac Street, Hoan Kiem District.
Featuring the tradition of ancestor worship in Vietnam during the Lunar New Year (Tet).
The arrangement of offerings on the altars of Vietnamese families during Tet not only shows their gratitude and respect towards their ancestors and gods, but also expresses their hope for prosperity and peace in the new year.
Hanoi-GO GO 2018 Exhibition
VICAS ART STUDIO, 32 Hao Nam Street
A fun playground of 36 Vietnamese painters and sculptors to celebrate New Year 2018 and our Lunar New Year Mau Tuat (Year of the Dog). Opening will have a special video art, music and performances of Tri Minh, Do Thanh Son, Le Quoc Hung and Vu Nhat Tan.
Featuring 80 paintings diversified in style (realism, expressionism, abstract, neo-expressionism), materials (pastel, ink on Dó paper, acrylic, oil, lacquer, mix-materials, wooden sculptures) and theme (still-life, landscape, social issues, artists’ emotion and meditation,…).
Artworks’ prices ranging from US$220- US$700.
Hanoi-Exhibition “Spring Blossoms of Hanoi”
Ho Guom Cultural Information Centre, 2 Le Thai To Street, Hoan Kiem District,
Introducing 80 oil and watercolor paintings of flowers in springtime by 13 Hanoian artists.
HCMC-Exhibition “Guerilla Tactics” by Nguyen Quoc Chanh
The first solo exhibition of ceramics by Nguyen Quoc Chanh, an acclaimed poet, admired by his peers and audiences in Vietnam and overseas.
HCMC-Group Exhibition “Alluvium”
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, Dakao, District 1.
The geological term ‘alluvium’ – embodying in itself a sense of movement – refers to the sedimentary matter washed onshore by flowing bodies of water.
HCMC-Traditional calligraphy markets
Until Feb 15
Two traditional calligraphy markets will be held at the Youth Cultural House and the Labour Cultural House in District 1
Featuring more than 50 calligraphers who are members of calligraphy clubs in the city and neighbouring provinces.
Each calligraphy work is priced from VNĐ30,000 to VNĐ200,000 (US$1.3-8.8), depending on the craftsmanship, size and materials. Large works are VNĐ400,000 ($17.6) or more.
This year, the market has offered products in leather like wallets and handbags. They are painted with images of landscapes, flowers, mascots and pets, priced from VNĐ50,000 ($2.2).
Hanoi- Vietnamese New Year Festival
Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long, 19C Hoang Dieu, Ba Dinh
Featuring archives of the French museum Albert Kahn, and wood carvings by Henri Oger that depict traditional Tết rituals and ceremonies. There are also traditional games and performances, and traditional paintings of different genres such as Đông Hồ, Hàng Trống, Kim Hoàng. Several other rituals, ceremonies and cultural performances will also take place.
Hanoi- Calligraphy Exhibition “Stroke of Spring – Art of Nôm”
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
An exhibition of 50 calligraphy works by authors and researchers of calligraphy and Nôm – a logographic writing system formerly used to write the Vietnamese language – inspired by poems about the New Year and Spring by the late President Ho Chi Minh and famous figures such as Tran Nhan Tong, Nguyen Trai, Nguyen Huy Luong, Nguyen Du,… There will be calligraphy demonstrations and a calligraphy workshop for pupil at the opening of the exhibition.
Hanoi- Calligraphy Fair 2018
Feb 9 – 22, 6 – 9 pm
Literature Lake (Hồ Văn), Temple of Literature
An annual event taking place at Literature Lake (part of the Temple of Literature) which offers live calligraphy demonstration, hands-on experience of Vietnam’s traditional crafts, folk games and other cultural activities.
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