Special online concert to support frontline medical workers

VOV.VN - An online concert is set to be held on August 15 in a fund-raising effort to join hands with frontline healthcare workers in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event is anticipated to draw the participation of several renowned local artists, including saxophonist Tran Manh Tuan, singer Kyo York, singer Nguyen Phi Hung, and singer Ta Quang Thang.

All songs played throughout the duration of concert will display the country’s spirit of optimism, national patriotism, and solidarity. Indeed, the event will call on all people nationwide to join together with frontline forces and strive to overcome difficulties in the fight against COVID-19.

The show is scheduled to be broadcast live at 19:30 on August 15 on VTV3 and VOV channels.

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