For many young adults, the phrase “Saturday night clubbing” evokes overindulgence and questionable decision-making. For a group of 150 young Vietnamese musicians, however, Saturday night means hanging out at a more productive kind of club.
These are some of the adjectives that you may hear people use to describe the band Timekeeper: space-punk, post-rock, experimental, Nintendocore.
The multi-disciplinary art / dance / music / henna / make-your-own-t-shirt / performance festival Melting Pot is coming back to Saigon Outcast on May 25 and May 26, aiming to build on the success of the March edition — which drew around 1,200 people through the weekend.
The French season is upon us, and this isn’t just about crepes and fine cheeses. On the auspicious occasion of France’s 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations with Vietnam, they’re rolling out a whole year of lectures, concerts, activities and other clever French contributions to the world.
Though the reality-gameshow haters out there may not find this convincing, once they set eyes on the cute songsters of Renaissance International School Saigon they’ll be tempted to suspend their disbelief. The little legends will take Third Floor stage at The Crescent Mall on Apr. 27, with enough songs and dances to pluck on your tender little heartstrings.