Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong of the People’s Committee of Thua Thien-Hue Province oversees final preparations for the opening night of the Hue International Arts Festival Week.

The Nghinh Luong Dinh relic site on the northern bank of the Perfume River, a venue for captivating performances during the festival.

International art troupes, full of energy and talent, ready to deliver impressive performances.

Kien Trung Palace, the main venue for the festival, promises a week of captivating cultural experiences.

The serene and picturesque Perfume River, a peaceful backdrop to the vibrant festival.

The Perfume River, a tranquil and scenic spot to enjoy during the festival.

A lantern festival, lighting up the night with vibrant colors and traditional charm.

The festival promises a magical experience with modern lighting art displays.

Kien Trung Palace, illuminated with modern lighting art, creating a magical atmosphere for the opening night.

Hue Art Theater artists present a captivating performance during the opening night, celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Hue.

Ao Dai fashion shows, a graceful and elegant tradition of Vietnam, are held as part of the festival’s diverse cultural offerings.
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