The Rodeo will be performing songs from her latest album, Arlequine, which was released in February 2022. The album features nine French pop songs that explore various aspects of women, including love, jealousy, independence, and mischievousness.

During the concert, The Rodeo will be accompanied by her band, consisting of Mathieu Geghre on keyboards, Jérôme Laperruque on bass, and Gaëtan Allard on drums.

After this performance, The Rodeo will continue her concert tour with shows in Da Lat on June 18, Hanoi on June 21, Da Nang on June 22, and Hue on June 23.

The Rodeo, whose mother is Vietnamese and father is French, discovered her passion for music at the age of 15. Her music style combines elements of pop and rock, with influences from the Europop sound of the 1960s and 1970s. Fans of her music are often surprised by the unique emotions and feelings conveyed in her lyrics.

In her career, The Rodeo has released three albums, including titles such as Music Maelström and La Musica del Diavolo in English, and Thérianthropie Paradis in French. Some of her popular songs include Ivre d’amour (Drunk with Love), Thérianthropie Paradis, Que Ma Mémoire Vive (That My Living Memory), and Cryogénie (Cryogenics).

She has toured extensively, performing in countries such as the United States, Canada, Brazil, France, and other European countries. Apart from her musical pursuits, The Rodeo is also involved in acting, costume design, and film production. She has appeared in movies such as When the Storm Is Over and Dom Juan and Sganarelle.

In 2023, The Rodeo was chosen as one of the winners of the Villa Saigon Artists’ Residence. As part of this residency, she has spent six weeks in Vietnam collaborating with local artists to explore new forms of expression and the interplay between traditional music and intricate French pop.