CAMA festival – Start dancing, stop AIDS

CAMA festival – Start dancing, stop AIDS

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Sat 08 May, 1.00 – 11.00 pm
American Club
19-21 Hai Ba Trung St., Hanoi

Start dancing, stop AIDS, that’s the message behind the CAMA Festival 2010, the fourth annual Hanoi international music festival, which hits the capital this 8 May.

Bringing 10 well over 40 international acts to Hanoi to join a host of leading local talent for a full-on day of rock-fuelled mayhem, the 2010 festival promises to be the biggest and best yet, with a spectacular line-up of artists from Vietnam, the USA, France, the UK, Australia, Japan, the Philippines and China on the main stage and in the all-day DJ tent.

2010 festival performers include Chinese electro-rock sensation Queen Sea Big Shark, US/Cambodian psych rockers Dengue Fever, Tokyo indie favourites Molice, downbeat Manila four-piece Up Dharma Down and Australian electro-jazz fusion act Red Bantoo, alongside French-Jamaican reggae/dancehall star Charly B, English MC Spikey T, local rock and hiphop stars Ngu Cung, Recycle and MC Kim, the Big Toe breakdance crew and DJs from around Asia and the world.

The team behind the past three Hanoi international music festivals has teamed up with youth HIV awareness group dance4life to present the CAMA Festival 2010, with all profits from the full-day event going to support dance4life’s efforts to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS amongst Vietnamese youth.

Please download the file below for more information about the participating artists and bands:

C.A.M.A. is a collective of like-minded individuals based in Hanoi bringing independent music to Vietnam for the good of all. C.A.M.A. has been active in Hanoi since 2005 and has played a central role in bringing over 20 bands and DJs to Hanoi.

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