With a move last month to District 4, The Observatory is throwing off the chains of downtown respectability for one of its biggest months ever. All parties take place at the new late night hub of 5 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Q4, HCMC, starting around 10pm
Kicking off CAMA ATK’s three-day-long 3rd birthday weekend, the venue and music promoters are bringing in the Mumbai-based experimental music of Pinnochio’s Moment of Clarity live experimental music on Thursday Dec. 11.
La Bicicleta, the self-styled Barcelona Bistro formerly known as THBC, continues its season of original Spanish movies every Sunday night throughout December.
Think the famous flea market at Paris’s St. Ouen, or the likes of Brick Lane in London. While the eighth installment of Tay Ho Flea Market doesn’t have the history or the scale to compete with its compatriots overseas, its return to West Lake on Saturday Dec. 6 offers a great chance to pick up a range of secondhand goods.
The Hanoi International Theatre Society (HITS) is performing a theatre adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel, James and the Giant Peach, throughout early December.
Inspired by the Vietnamese traditional market and learning the art market concept from other countries, a group of young Hanoian artists have come together to create the Hanoi Art Market for the first ever time in Vietnam.
One of the founding fathers of house, Alton Miller, returns to Vietnam for a magical night of deep record digging, soulful loving and explosive dancing on Friday, December 5.
Having performing for years as a soloist in France and abroad — Carnegie Hall, Moscow philharmonic halls — the skillful pianist Celimene Daudet is coming to Saigon at the request of IDECAF on Thursday Dec. 11.
Get ready to dance your socks off some more because the International Dance Festival is back for the second time in Ho Chi Minh City.
Hip-hop and breakdance tricks will never be uncool. Learn top rock, footwork and power-moves from French B-Boy Yohan Ly at Dancenter on Sunday Dec. 7.