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Music festival set for Ho Tram beach

Coracle Music & Beach Festival will be held at in Ho Tram Beach in Ba Ria–Vung Tau Province on November 29-30 and December 1.

Vietnamese rock band Ca Hoi Hoang will perform at the Coracle Music & Beach Festival at Ho Tram Beach in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province on November 29-30 and December 1. Photo from the band’s Facebook page

The festival will include dozens of popular international musicians and bands including The Lemonheads and William McCarthy from the US, The King Khan & BBQ Show from Canada, and Fleetmac Wood and Soul Central from the UK.

Vietnamese performers will feature Ca Hoi Hoang, 7Uppercuts, Jase, and Cheezy Gangztaz.

The musicians will play pop, soul, rock, reggae, hip hop, disco, funk, house, and techo music.

There will be kite flying, volleyball, jet skis, an outdoor cinema, and a photo booth.

The festival will take place at Huong Phong Resort in Xuyen Moc District. Tickets at the door are VND1.7 million each.

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