Music fans in Hanoi will be enthralled by some amazing performances by Vietnam’s leading rock bands at V-Rock 2019, which will take place at the Bach Khoa stadium in Hanoi on January 12.
“Le hoi cau mua” (bumper-crop praying ceremony) of the San Chay ethnic minority group in the northern province of Thai Nguyen was granted the status of national intangible cultural heritage at a ceremony held in Tuc Tranh commune, Phu Luong district on January 5.
PSNews–The Lonely Planet, a world leading travel guide book publisher, revealed a top 5 list of must-visit places in the world in 2019.
A new production of the operetta The Merry Widow, the ballet Rite of Spring, revivals of the opera Der Freischutz and the ballets Café Saigon, Giselle and Cinderella–the HBSO has taken the unusual step of announcing its program for almost the whole of 2019.
Vietnamese filmmaker Linh Nga’s ‘Inside This Peace’ has won the prize for the Best Feature Documentary at the California Women’s Film Festival.
An arts programme entitled ‘Echoing the Fatherland’s melodies’ was staged at the Hanoi Opera House on January 5, as an event to welcome New Year 2019 and celebrate the 89th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3, 1930 – 2019).
Two large mural paintings, featuring lotus flower ponds, were inaugurated at Terminal 2 at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi on January 3.
PSNews - In 2018, Vietnam welcomed 15 million international arrivals. This is considered a great achievement of the Vietnamese tourism industry. What has made domestic and international media mention Vietnam for many times over the past year is unprecedented impressive architectural works.
PSNews - The Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains) landmark has been recognised as a national cultural and historical relic in 1990. As a cultural symbol in the central city of Da Nang, the Marble Mountains attracts a large number of domestic and international tourists.
PSNews – The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on January 3 announced that various cultural and art activities will be held at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism from now on until January 31.
Hanoi will organize a number of cultural and artistic activities to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, which lasts from February 5-7.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a master plan on the development of Thac Ba Lake national tourism site in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai until 2025.
PSNews - The show Hoian Memories, one of the largest outdoor visual arts performance ever in Vietnam, took place at Hoian Impression Theme Park, to celebrate 2019 new year.
The Australian Consulate General in HCMC, in coordination with Taste of Australia, will organize the third Australia Day community event on RMIT University Vietnam’s Saigon South Campus in District 7 on January 20.
The Vietnam Air Services Company (Vasco) has adjusted flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho city, and Con Dao island in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau due to storm Pabuk, the first entering the East Sea in 2019.
Two overseas Vietnamese who were winners of the Grammy and Emmy Awards will hold two special music shows in Ho Chi Minh City.
PSNews – Miss Vietnam 2010 Ngoc Han will bring her spring fashion collection to the “Charming Vietnam 30” programme. In particular, all items of this collection are printed with motifs of Vietnamese folk-verses and proverbs about spring.
Tran Tieu Vy, Miss Vietnam 2018, took part in a New Year concert held in Ho Chi Minh City alongside other beauty queens on December 31.
The northern province of Hai Duong has launched a tourism cultural festival, including a street carnival to welcome New Year 2019.
A series of drama, music and dance shows featuring hundreds of singers, dancers and theatre artists are taking place in HCM City on the last days of the year, offering something for everyone on the occasion of the New Year 2019.