Thu 04 Feb, 7.30 – 11 pm
22A Hai Ba Trung
Hanoi for Haiti is a night of music, performances, prizes and mingling – all for a good cause. It is being organized by a small group of concerned global citizens living in Hanoi who were moved by the traumatic personal stories of those suffering in Haiti after the earthquake, and needed to reach out and help. By bringing people together in a fun atmosphere, we know that our small efforts will be multiplied so we can really make an impact for those in need – especially as the rebuild and restructure their lives in the days to come.
Program & Artists
• 9 pm: Vocalist from Hanoi’s leading Filipino band: Annaliza Samonte.
• Headlining Band at 9.30 pm: The Props. A Hanoi-based global band that’s a little alternative country; a little indy rock with some extended jams mixed in. Featuring: Tom- UK- Guitar; Ed – Canada – Bass; Drew – New Zealand – Guitar; Ian – Scotland – Drums; and Brady – USA – Harmonica.
• Featured DJ throughout the night: DJ Bel West.
• Additional bands and performances are being finalized this week. Get the latest on bands and prizes here.
200,000 VND suggested entrance donation: Donation gets you one chance in the drawing and entrance to the fundraiser.
Every additional 500,000 donated will give you one more chance in the drawing (prizes are still being finalized).
Everything is donated; 100% of the funds will be given to local Haiti organizations through Avaaz.org. Avaaz.org is a new global web movement with a simple democratic mission: to close the gap between the world we have, and the world most people everywhere want. Based on expert advice from leading humanitarian NGOs who have been working in Haiti for more than 20 years, Avaaz.org will give the donations to trusted local organizations, including: Honor and Respect for Bel Air, Coordination Régionale des Organisations de Sud-Est (CROSE) and Zanmi Lasante.
Sponsors include: Bhaya Cruises, Emeraude Cruise, Maison d’Hanoi Hanova Hotel, Exotissimo Travel, Hotel Metropole Hanoi, Vine Cellar Door, Hanoi Press Club and The Vine restaurant.