The Moffatts arrive for performances, tourism promotion in Vietnam

VOV.VN - Canadian pop/rock band The Moffatts plan to shoot four music videos as part of tourism promotion activities at four famous destinations in Vietnam namely Ha Long, Da Nang, Phu Quoc, and Sa Pa.

Their Vietnam tour is part of the boyband’s Music Travel Love project which will see the singers become tourists and discover the beauty of landscape and people in each place they travel to.

Their tourism experience will include food culture to be introduced through the video.

Founded in 1995, the world famous band consist of triplet brothers Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constables, and Spike Dawbarn.

They touched down at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi on August 3 as they prepare for their performance at the HAY Glamping Music Festival 2022 alongside several other renowned bands, including Blue and 911.

They will perform several of their hit songs such as "I Do”, "Miss You Like Crazy", and "If Life Is So Short" during the event.

HAY Glamping Music Festival 2022 is scheduled to take place at Yen So Park-Gamuda Land in Hoang Mai district of Hanoi from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on August 6.

The event will feature the participation of 20 Vietnamese and foreign singers and bands. In addition, it will also involve a wide range of activities, such as sports games, an art street festival, and a food festival.

Following their performance at the festival, The Moffatts will carry out their Music Travel Love project in Vietnam.

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