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7/7/2017 4:52:32 PM

Ariana Grande to perform in Vietnam in August

(VNF) - American pop-star Ariana Grande’s third world tour “The Dangerous Women” will hit Ho Chi Minh City on August 23rd and is expected to be one of the biggest international music events in Vietnam in recent years.

She will perform at Quan Khu 7 Stadium (202 Hoang Van Thu street, Ward 2, Tan Binh District) with an international standard stage ensuring the ultimate music experience for all music lovers.

Her Vietnamese fans are set to pay between VND 790,000 – 16 million (USD 35 – 700) to enjoy a live performance in HCM City. The show is also expected to attract fans from neighbouring nations, including Thailand.

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Ariana Grande quickly became famous as a singer after selling 138,000 copies of her debut album "Your Truly". Immediately the song "The Way" collaborated with an American rapper - Mac Miller has brought her three platinum, top 10 on Billboard 100 and top 1 on Itunes Music Chart.

Her 2nd album - "My Everything," topped the music charts of 76 countries 24 hours after it's release , and she carried on to receive Grammy nominations for "Best Pop Vocal Album" and 6x Platinum certification for the song "Problem" - the hit track that helped Ariana to sell 400.000 singles in the first week.

2016 welcomed the return of Ariana with her third album "Dangerous Woman" and the songstress quickly became a phenomenon after claiming first place on the Itunes Music Chart in just few minutes. To date, this young girl is the first female singer who has 3 singles from 3 different albums on the Billboard.

Vietnam has hosted numerous tours of international artists this year, particularly singers from the Republic of Korea (RoK), with the most recent performance “Saigon Water World by Warrior” by RoK singer Jessica Jung in HCM City on June 24th.

Other artists from the RoK, namely SNSD, NCT, Super Junior, T-ara, DIA, JYJ and 2NE1 have also made regular tours to Vietnam.

Grande’s show is expected to promote Vietnam‘s music market in the world market.

Vietnamese fans typically have to fly to Thailand, Singapore or Hong Kong to enjoy shows from big stars such as Madonna and Britney Spears, which might have drawn the attention of music promoters to the Vietnamese market’s potential.

Another global star, Justin Bieber is rumoured to be planning an October gig in Vietnam, as is Celine Dion./.

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