Top local and foreign singers will share the stage during a series of concerts to raise awareness of human trafficking which will kick off on March 27 in Hanoi.

The singers, including local stars Anh Khoa, Ha Anh Tuan, and Phuong Vy, the Republic of Korea ’s megastar boy band Super Junior, and Australian pop star Kate Miller-Heidke, will perform at a massive free concert entitled MTV Exit Live in Hanoi ’s My Dinh National Stadium.

The concert, which is under the MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) campaign, is aiming to raise awareness and increase prevention of human trafficking and exploitation.

After Hanoi , the show will tour Ha Long Bay for another performance on April 3, then head to Can Tho on April 10.

American band The Click Five, recipients of the Knockout Award at the MTV Asia Awards, will headline the final show, which will be held in the Military Zone 7 Stadium in HCM City on April 17. As avid supporters of MTV EXIT’s initiative to end human trafficking, the band are thrilled to return to Southeast Asia once again to lend their voices to this urgent cause.
The MTV Exist show in HCM City is expected to attract more than 25,000 people.

Footage from the concerts will be used to produce a series of television programmes aired nationally on YanTV, the campaign’s official music channel. “We are thrilled to announce the MTV EXIT Live in Vietnam concert tour,” said MTV EXIT’s director, Simon Golf. “The power and influence of music is a great force for change. By holding this concert tour across the country, we are harnessing this power, using it to inform and mobilise young people in the fight against human trafficking.”

Produced by the MTV Europe Foundation in partnership with the US Agency for International Development, and the Australian Government’s Agency for International Development, MTV EXIT has held 15 concerts to raise awareness about human trafficking across Asia over the past two years, including events in Thailand , Laos , Cambodia , Nepal , Taiwan and the Philippines .

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