Ho Chi Minh City International Music Festival opens

The Ho Chi Minh City International Music Festival, known as HOZO, opened on December 22 at the Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in District 1.
A performance by Otyken.
A performance by Otyken.

As the city’s biggest cultural event in 2023, HOZO, now in its third edition, is expected to offer the audience a magnificent musical space and a multi-sensory experience.

According to the organisers, the music festival witnesses the participation of many popular domestic and international artists and is expected to draw about 150,000 music lovers during the three-day event.

The opening night on December 22 saw the participation of two international representatives – Singaporean singer Charlie Lim and Siberian group Otyken – and five Vietnamese representatives, namely singers Binz and GreyD, music groups Chillies and Saigon Pops Orchestra and DJ Hoaprox.

On the second night, the audience will be treated to music from the Korean band Tempest, the Tokyo-based Vietnamese rock band Kurrock, the Indonesian group Good Morning Everyone and singers such as Van Mai Huong, My Anh, Vu Thao My and Erik.

The spotlight of the final night will turn to the renowned DJ Don Diablo, El Pony Pisador from Barcelona, the Vietnamese rock band Vortexx, singer Thu Minh and music group Dalab.