One of the notable features of the Music Festival is that those attending will be able to display their talents playing the piano in L’Espace’s lounge from 4pm to 7pm. 

For those who remain hesitant about playing the piano in public, pianist Trang Trinh and her talented group of students will be present to inspire and encourage those in attendance to express themselves musically.

Moreover, a movie detailing the history of French electronic music titled “French Waves” will be screened at L’Espace Hall at 5:30pm.

Highlights of the event will be performances by famous singers and bands such as The Children, H.U.B, Vu Thanh Van & Mac, and the Odd Stones between 7pm and 10:30pm which will serve to close the festival.

The French cultural centre will organise an exciting range of activities such as discount promotions for L’Espace membership, French lessons, participation in the Delf Dalf competition, in addition to free refreshments.

The festival is held to celebrate World Music Day on June 21 which is typically observed in over 100 countries worldwide. During the day, amateur singers are encouraged to play music in public areas such as parks or squares.