Music and street art festival to return next month

The music and street culture festival “School of Mosh 2017” that made its debut last summer will return on September 16th in the grounds of Hanoi Creative City.

(VNF) - The music and street culture festival “School of Mosh 2017” that made its debut last summer will return on September 16th in the grounds of Hanoi Creative City.

School of Mosh 2017 is a iconic cultural festival dedicated to young generation of Hanoi. The event is scheduled for a whole day long packed with activities such as live performances from local rock, hard-core, and hip-hop acts, as well as guest bands from Japan, Thailand and South Korea, street art performance Skateboarding, BMX, Graffiti and flea market vendors.

Music and street art festival to return next month

Facilitating local artists’ exposure, as well as promoting the idea of street culture and belonging to a youth hampered by a lack of confidence and direction, School of Mosh has already earnt its spot on the calendar of music lovers, street artists and counter- culture foot-soldiers alike after its successful debut last year. Its return this September is a sign of great things to come as part of Vietnam’s growing abundance of artistic variety.

Headlining this year’s festival is Japanese hard-core band The Coastguards, who will share the stage with a perse lineup from Japan (Blindside, Only the Last Song), Thailand (Monument X), South Korea (13 Steps), and 11 bands from Vietnam.

During the morning of the festival there will be BMX and skateboarding contests hosted by Banana Bike Club and D-HUSTLE respectively, which will be free to the public, alongside the all-day flea market which is also free to enter. The music will kick off in the afternoon, with a graffiti contest to be held during a hip-hop set that will consist of two Hanoi-based artists going head to head on a designated graffiti wall. The music and the festival will end at 10 pm.

School of Mosh will be held at Hanoi Creative City (1 Luong Yen Street, Hai Ba Trung District) from 9 am to 10 pm. Tickets are available via the School of Mosh Facebook page./.

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