HAY Glamping Music Festival to welcome famous foreign singers

VOV.VN - Ronan Keating, the lead singer of Irish group Boyzone, and the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s hip-hop trio Epik High have been confirmed as acts for the HAY Glamping Music Festival, the second of its kind which is slated to take place on September 29 and September 30 in Hanoi.

Epik High was founded back in 2001 and consists of three members, including Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ TuKutz. The trio first rose to fame with the release of their follow-up studio albums, Swan Songs in 2005, Remapping the Human Soul in 2007, and Pieces, Part One in 2008, spawning the hit singles such as "Fly", "Paris", "Fan", "Love Love Love", "One" and "Umbrella". 

Supported by the successful singles "It's Cold", "Up", "Born Hater", "Spoiler", "Happen Ending", "Love Story", and "Home Is Far Away", Epik High garnered international recognition, duly becoming the first Korean band to play at the internationally-renowned music festival Coachella.

The festival will also see the presence of Irish singer and songwriter Ronan Keating who debuted back in 1993 as the lead singer of Irish group Boyzone.

His solo career started in 1999 and he has gone on to record a total of 11 albums. He gained worldwide attention when his single “When You Say Nothing At All” featured in the film Notting Hill and reached number one in several countries. Keating currently hosts a breakfast show on Magic Radio.

According to details given by the organiser of the event, The BROS Entertainment, 'HAY' means ‘interesting’ in Vietnamese, with the two-day festival set to present a line-up of the most popular bands and artists in Vietnam.

This year, the line-up of local artists includes rock band Microwave, Mau Nuoc Band, singers GiGi Huong Giang, Bui Truong Linh, KayCee, Machiot, Minh Dinh, Osad, Thinh Suy, and Vu Thanh Van, among others.

In the festival’s debut last year in August, four world-famous bands including The Moffatts, 911, A1, and Blue were among the artists performing at the music event.

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