The seventh annual event will be open to the public and is set to welcome all spectators to enjoy vibrant and stylish music, according to details given by the organisers.

Various famous artists from different music genres both in Vietnam and worldwide, such as hip-hop artist Adrienne Mack-Davis and DJ 32french from the United States, along with Vietnamese popular singers like Da LAB, Vo Ha Tram, and the Wall band, will deliver spectacular performances for audiences.

This year, a total of 38 social organizations, enterprises, and youth clubs from across the country have registered to make BridgeFest happen, with a primary focus on resolving social problems relating to the environment, education, health care, culture, sexual and gender identity, people suffering from disabilities, and women and children towards a better future.

Foreign ambassadors, including Marc Knapper of the United States, and representatives of many international organizations are to visit booths from 5:30 p.m. on the same day.

BridgeFest, a free music and community festival, is open to the public and it encourages young people to join hands against social inequality. 

The 2020 edition in Hanoi attracted more than 15,000 people, whilst the 2022 edition in Da Nang was supported by around 10,000 people.

BridgeFest is jointly organized and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; the United States Mission to Vietnam; the Embassies of Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Canada; and UK-based Oxfam charitable organization.