The MTV End Exploitation and Trafficking campaign Tuesday announced a concert tour in Vietnam starting March 27 which will feature top local artists and international pop stars.
The tour, aiming to educate youth about the dangers of human trafficking, will kick off at Hanoi's My Dinh Stadium and then continue to Ha Long Bay on April 3, Can Tho on April 10 and Ho Chi Minh City on April 17, organizers said in a statement.
The free concerts will feature local pop stars Ha Anh Tuan, Pham Anh Khoa and Phuong Vy.
Australian pop singer Kate Miller-Heidke, American band The Click Five and South Korea's Super Junior will also join the tour.
The campaign, known as MTV EXIT, is produced by the MTV Europe Foundation in partnership with the US Agency for International Development and the Australian Government's Agency for International Development. Fifteen MTV EXIT concerts have been held across Asia so far.
Ticketing information can be found on the campaign website, mtvexit.org.