Korean pop group Brown Eyed Girls and Australian vocalist Kate Miller-Heidke to join fight against human trafficking
( MTV Exit) - MTV EXIT announced the additional international artist line-up for its massive live concert at Hanoi's My Dinh Stadium on 26 May to raise awareness and increase prevention of human trafficking.
The free outdoor concert will be headlined by international modern-rock band, Simple Plan and joining the line-up are Korean pop group Brown Eyed Girls who will also be performing in Vietnam and Australian vocal sensation, Kate Miller-Heidke who previously performed at MTV EXIT's 2010 concert in Hanoi.
MTV EXIT is supported by the following partners: VTV, MTV Vietnam, An Thuan Media, TQPR Vietnam, NCT, Sinh Vien Vietnam, Hoa Hoc Tro, Xone FM, Rockpassion.vn and Baomoi.com. For details on how to get FREE tickets to the MTV EXIT Live in Hanoi concert go to www.mtvexit.org.
The return of the MTV EXIT campaign to Vietnam includes s a nation-wide initiative to combat human trafficking through a series of live events, TV programming and youth engagement activities.
For more details about human trafficking and exploitation in Asia, visit www.mtvexit.org /vietnam or follow MTV EXIT on the following social media platforms: Twitter @mtvexit, www.facebook.com/mtvexit and www.facebook.com/mtvexitvietnam .