The contest is open for art groups in the city. Every unit will give a 35-minute long performance, including instrumental and vocal items. The registrations for the festival are sent to the No. 97 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street in District 1 from now until May 2.
Performances honor the Communist Party of Vietnam, President Ho Chi Minh, national heroes, armed forces, the country’s achievements in the cultural, social and economic development and new rural building.
Submissions also praise positive results and creativities in working and production, the national traditional beauty, Vietnamese people and patriotism.
The contest aims at keeping alive the traditional music and fostering a love for folk music among young people.