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“Locally Trapped Wildlife”

Locally Trapped Wildlife là loạt chương trình biểu diễn của những nghệ sĩ nhạc alternative tại Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, VN.

Locally Trapped Wildlife is an artist-curated showcase of live alternative music based in Ho Chi Minh City, VN. We hold monthly events and share and promote a diverse range of local acts. Since our fist show in May 2017 we have hosted over 20 independent artists from Vietnam and surrounding environs.

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For the live music stage, our favourite local purveyors of original rock music, Locally Trapped Wildlife, has carefully curated the entire two-day festival with an exciting and diverse line-up of over ten performing artists from the Saigon music scene. 

This is a FREE SHOW for non-climbers, so the even if only one person in the family is a climber, all can come and enjoy!

This might just be the BEST musical line-up EVER in this city for FREE.


Medusa Sound Light Company Ltd.

Medusa is the premiere audio, lightings systems design & Installation Company based in HCMC, Viet Nam.

They provide modern audio, lighting technology systems and AV services in Vietnam. They Rentals Division provides AVL services for concerts, events, meetings, conferences & the hospitality industry.


Coracle Music Festival

November 16th/17th

Beach Music Festival 2018: The two-night music festival at the remote and tropical oasis of Ho Tram Campgrounds, featuring 2 stages right on the beach, 13 international and local live bands / 17 international and local DJs / Workshops / Outdoor cinema and activities

Four of Saigon’s leading music promoters are joining forces this November 2018 to bring an exciting new music and arts festival to the South of Vietnam.

Coracle Festival, which takes place at Bien Ho Campsite, Ho Tram on 16-17th November is the brainchild of promoters Loud Minority, Outcast, Cargo and Observatory, and will feature a 2-stage set up of live music and DJs over two days at the idyllic coastal campsite.

The live stage will be curated by Loud Minority (BRMC, The Vaccines, Mac De Marco, The Cribs) and will feature a mix of both international and regional artists. As well as drawing some great international acts to Vietnam, it also aims to provide a platform for developing local and regional talent.

The dance stage will be overseen by Saigon’s purveyors of underground dance music, The Observatory, who promise to deliver a sublime sonic journey to soundtrack a couple of days by the sea.

With its successful Craft Beer and Burger Festivals in Saigon, Outcast will help bring some fine food and beverage as well as sprinkle some of its renowned creativity over the festival to give it a familiar feel.

The final piece in the jigsaw sees Cargo re-entering the musical landscape. Having closed its doors for the last time on 30th May 2016 –known by some as ‘the day the music died’ in Saigon, Cargo left a 2,000m2 hole in the heart of Saigon’s art scene.

“There is a lot of mutual respect between the four of us and together we bring a lot to the table. I’m excited about the possibilities and creating something very special here.” – Damian Kilroy (Music Director)

With these 4 pillars of the local arts community working together, we can’t wait to see what Coracle Festival has in store.