The project, located in the courtyard of the Phu Tho Indoor Stadium, will serve as a hub for arts training, performing arts, conferences, meetings, and cultural and sports exchanges in the city, according to the investor – the Management Board of Industrial and Civil Engineering Construction and Investment Projects of Ho Chi Minh City. It will provide a comprehensive range of services that will help to promote the development of the local culture and sports scene.

Once completed, the center will boast two basements and a plethora of functional rooms.

The awe-inspiring 12-story circus and multi-purpose performing zone promises to amaze and delight with its state-of-the-art facilities. It will include training and practice rooms, a 2,000-seat theater, a revolving round stage, and a rotating rectangle stage, offering a variety of circus and art forms, including animal circus shows, classical music concerts and figure skating performances. All those who visit this extraordinary destination can expect to be entertained and enthralled.

The long-awaited complex is set to be inaugurated on April 30, 2025 to mark the 50th anniversary of the unification of Vietnam on April 30, 1975. On that momentous day, the complex will be opened to the public in a grand ceremony. It promises to be an event that will be remembered for years to come, honoring the nation’s history and highlighting the progress that has been made in the half-century since reunification.

With an investment of nearly VND1.4 trillion, the project is anticipated to become a iconic cultural symbol and notable historical mark of Ho Chi Minh City.

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The Department of Culture and Sports of Ho Chi Minh City initiated the commencement of the Phu Tho circus and multi-purpose performing center complex project on Tuesday, with an investment of around VND1.4 trillion (US$59.6 million) in District 11.

The project, located in the courtyard of Phu Tho Indoor Stadium, will serve as a hub for arts training, performing arts, conferences, meetings, and culture and sports exchanges in Ho Chi Minh City. It will be invested in and managed by the Management Board of Industrial and Civil Engineering Construction and Investment Projects. With the project, the city will be able to further promote and foster the arts, culture, and sports.

Once completed, the center will boast two basements and a host of functional rooms.

The awe-inspiring 12-story circus and multi-purpose performing zone will offer an array of facilities for training and practice, including a 2,000-seat theater, a revolving round stage, and a rotating rectangle stage. These venues will provide a platform for a variety of circus and artistic performances, including animal circus shows, classical music concerts, and figure skating spectacles. From the moment the audience steps into the grandiose building, they will be immersed in a world of circus and artistic entertainment.

The much-anticipated complex is set to be launched on April 30, 2025 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Vietnam’s reunification on April 30, 1975.

With an investment of nearly VND1.4 trillion, the project is expected to become a cultural symbol and historical mark of Ho Chi Minh City.

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