A free concert of MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking), featuring international and local artists to raise awareness and increase prevention of human trafficking, will take place at My Dinh National Stadium, Hanoi on May 25th, 2012.
The free outdoor concert will be headlined by international modern-rock band Simple Plan. Joining the line-up are Korean pop group Brown Eyed Girls, Australian vocal sensation Kate Miller-Heidke who previously performed at MTV EXIT’s 2010 concert in Hanoi, and famous local Vietnamese artists such as My Tam, and the rock band The Wall.
On May 15th, a 30 minute documentary film called “Enslaved: An MTV Exit Special” by MTV EXIT was introduced by My Tam singer at the show. My Tam has been appointed the new ambassador of MTV EXIT in Vietnam. The film reflects the situation of human trafficking and exploitation through the real stories of the lucky survivors who escaped “the hell”, so people will better understand the fraud used and raise awareness about this crime.
“Following the success of the tour to Vietnam in 2010, we are very happy to return to Vietnam for continuing the prevention of human trafficking campaign. We gather international and local artists, aiming to inspire the youth to participate in the struggle in human trafficking,” said Mr. Matt Love, director of the MTV EXIT campaign.
The documentary film “Enslaved: An MTV EXIT Special” will be shown on VTV and MTV Vietnam on June 2nd./.