Sofitel Saigon Plaza celebrates French festival with live music

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Sofitel Saigon Plaza will organize a pool party with live music performances on June 21 to celebrate this year’s Fête de la Musique. Photo credit: Sofitel Saigon Plaza

Staying true to its French heritage, Sofitel Saigon Plaza will mark the summer solstice on June 21 with its annual Fête de la Musique celebration in Ho Chi Minh City.

The hotel will be hosting a pool party in conjunction with this year’s Fête de la Musique, a French festival. This chic “rendezvous” party will also feature live performances by well-known local-based DJs.
The hotel will be paying tribute to its French heritage with an exquisite menu offering a selection of cocktails and beverage packages.
Serving as musical and cultural ambassadors, Sofitel transforms the French festival into a global event with all its properties worldwide hosting unique celebrations that unite French elegance with local elements.
Launched in France during the summer solstice of 1982, summer cheer transforms the streets of Paris into the world’s biggest performance stage as hundreds of musicians gather to celebrate the joy of music in all its varied styles.
As a leading French hotel chain, Sofitel plays an active role to promote and celebrate this major cultural event around the world.
From Paris and Washington to Colombia, Melbourne and Bangkok, more than 120 Sofitel hotels from five continents will join together to rejoice with good music and joie de vivre on the longest day of summer.
Across Asia, Sofitel hotels will be holding unique musical events to mark this special occasion. From music recitals in restaurants to performances and exhibitions in lobbies and poolside parties, each hotel will commemorate Fête de la Musique in its own individual way, mixing French tradition with the very best of local culture.
The event at Sofitel Saigon Plaza will take place from 7 p.m. until midnight on June 21. Entrance is free.
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