This Friday, April 12 2013, the Hanoi Sound Stuff 2013 is going to take place at the courtyard of the Museum of History.
Sound Stuff Festival aspires to create a unique night of high quality electronic and experimental music and art with boundary-pushing sounds and performances under the collaboration between famous international and Vietnamese artists, who are all favored by young Vietnamese audiences.
Another reason to make this music night more meaningful is all the ticket money collected from the night would be donated to support disabled children in Vietnam.
Hanoi Sound Stuff 2013 aims at young audiences and students in the city, and in order to attract them, the organizers have invited famous electronic and experimental artists of the world like Leafcutter John (UK), Pitch Tuner (Germany), Richard Eigner (Austria) and Daito Manabe (Japan).
Entrance tickets of Hanoi Sound Stuff 2013 can be collected for free in the pre-event Meet the Artists at Goethe Institute’s Courtyard on Thursday, 11 April, from 7:00 – 8:30pm.