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FUNDRAISING EVENT FOR HIGHLANDS KIDS “CELEBRATE FULL MOON FESTIVAL”

Tết Trung Thu, also known as Mid-Autumn or the Full Moon Festival, is approaching so close to every corner. It is annually held in 15th of August of Lunar calendar. In Vietnam, Trung Thu is traditionally considered a day of children, who are very excited to be given many signature toys and foods on this day. However, it is a fact that not every child have opportunities to celebrate and fully enjoy this meaningful festival, especially children living in poor conditions like the remote mountainous areas.

For that reason, Lune Production co-operates with Quỹ Trò nghèo Vùng cao (A local fund for highlands kids) to organize the "Celebrate Full Moon Festival" – a fundraising night at 8:30 pm, September 3rd, at Hanoi Opera House, with a hope of bringing joy and sharing a cozy and cheerful atmosphere of Tết Trung Thu to children in the highlands of Vietnam. This event is actually shown up with the performance of My Village show, but has a truly special meaning for charity. And just buying a ticket to enjoy the no.1 cultural show on September 3rd, you are supporting us to give this appropriate and meaningful gift for Vietnamese children.All of the profits from this fundraising night will be used to host the Happy Mid-Autumn Festival as well as donate to the fund for highlands kids.

How to book tickets:

You can book your own tickets either via Lune Production’s website: www.luneproduction.com or contact Reservation via +84 1245 18 11 88 or email reservation@luneproduction.com

If you want to make a donation, please contact Reservation for details.

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