Lune Performing Center Hoi An

Known for A O Show, My Village, Teh Dar, and The Mist, spectacles that charm audience in Saigon, Hanoi, and 4 continents around the world, Lune Production now comes to Hoi An. Our own established venue, Lune Performing Center Hoi An, begins welcoming local and international guests to amazing cultural expreriences from February 2018. With its iconic moon-shaped big top, inspiration from oriental cultures that uses lunar calendar, the iconic architecture can be admired all the way from Hoi An Ancient Town. This venue not only carries Lune Production’s vision in upholding South East Asian nations' cultures, but also creating a whole new destination where heritage and art converge, promising to give locals and Hoi An visitors unforgettable memories.

Lune Performing Center Hoi An in Numbers:

- Central area coverage: 459 m2.

- Dome: diameter of 24.2m, 13m height.

- Auditorium capacity: 299 seats.

- Operating hours: shows start performing at 18:00 everyday, except Monday and Thursday.

- Box Office hours: 9:30 - 18:00.

The Dong Hiep Cultural Park Project

- Hoi An is one of the few ancient towns in South East Asia with architecture, lifestyle and culture well preserved with heritage from many centuries ago and remain till today, despite changing times and challenging weather of central Vietnam.

- The park is located at an important position in terms of geography and even feng shui, where both rivers meet. The elders and cultural experts even call it 'the tip of the ancient town'.  

- The houses in the park were constructed base on structures of Hoi An's ancient houses, which are mostly wooden-built, with roofs protruding out closer to the street, and yards located between blocks filled with greenery.

- Studying the cultivation structures that local farmers built with bamboo, the architects suggest the rest of the park to be constructed of geometric bamboo work, creating patterns that hamonize with nature and the central man-made structure: Lune Performing Center.   

- The color pallete of the park carries hues from the ancient town: terracotta-red roof tiles, ochre-yellow wall, shades of brown wood, shades of green and yellow from various breeds of bamboo. Brick, wood, clay, stones, etc. All elements with material rooted in nature mixed together to create structures so humble, yet exuding a timeless charm, an atmosphere where nature and generations of man, with their abundant cultures shall harmonize.

- Functional spaces within the park: One dome-shaped big top functioning as a performing complex, facilitating theatrical genres from traditional to contemporary - the park's iconic attraction. The central square bears patterns of the bronze drum, a symbol of Vietnam's culture and heritage, and its open space welcomes communal activities, artistic and cultural exchanges. Two food courts cover an area of 324 m2. And Hoai river-view garden welcomes guests from Hoi An to Dong Hiep Island to rest and enjoy the arts.

Trailer Lune Performing Center Hoi An


The mistThe mist

The mist

The essence of Southern farmers’ life expressed in sensual contemporary dance language.

The Mist tells a story Southern Vietnamese farming life, expressed through neo-classic and contemporary dance by skilled artists. Using rice cultivation as a metaphor to appreciate farmers’ dedication, from their misty dawn on the fields, their hardship and will power to rise up from humble muddy soil, to brace storms, to the moment they arrive joyously like shining pearls at harvest. The Mist is an hour of emotions, with myriad ups and downs, painted by sensational live music, splendid visuals, and colorful lighting effects.


A O ShowA O Show

A O Show

A vivid portrait of Vietnam in urbanization time, painted with unique stage visuals and a touch of humor.

A vivid portrait of Vietnam in urbanization time, painted with unique stage visuals and a touch of humor.

Teh DarTeh Dar

Teh Dar

Embodiment of vigorous Vietnamese tribes culture thru cirque, dance, music from tribal instruments.

Embodiment of vigorous Vietnamese tribes culture thru cirque, dance, music from tribal instruments.



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