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The event will be organized by the Department of Performing Arts in collaboration with the Vietnamese Musicians Association, the Vietnam Dancing Artists' Association, and the Hai Phong city Department of Culture and Sports.

Participating units and individuals attending the festival will strictly comply with all regulations on COVID-19 prevention and control.

This is an opportunity for artists working in the fields of singing, dancing and music to exchange experiences and improve their professional skills. At the same time, it is an opportunity for cultural management agencies and leaders of art units to discover young talents, thereby making appropriate training and development plans.

As a rule, each unit can register to participate in a programme with a duration of 80 to 110 minutes. Programmes and performances that have won prizes from festivals and competitions organised by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and specialised associations are not allowed to participate in the festival. Participating art units and artists must ensure that they fully comply with the provisions of copyright, related rights, and current laws.

Participating units are encouraged to build performances which have elements of creativity, renewal and diversification of performance forms, bearing regional imprints and personal styles.

The best programmes and performances will be awarded gold, silver and bronze medals by the organising board. Based on the proposal of the Art Council, the organising board will have more awards for creative components such as: Art Direction; Director; Conductor; Musician; Choreographer; Lead Vocalist; Main Dancer; and Main Musician./.