Hosted by Tiger Beer, a famous beer brand in Singapore and the most beloved premium lager in Vietnam, Tiger Remix, which debuted in Vietnam in 2015, presents performances by world-class musicians who cross genre boundaries, attracting millions of fans every year. It has become the number-one music festival in Vietnam.
After successful virtual concerts in 2021 and 2022 in the aftermath of the pandemic, Tiger Remix 2023 will finally return as a live festival, holding concerts in four major cities in Vietnam. Combining 3D motion capture technology, state-of-the-art immersive stage effects, and unconventional musical performances, the event will be held in Quy Nhon, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and Can Tho. Sending off the year 2022, we provide an unforgettable year-end party.
Tiger Remix 2023 will end on December 31 in Ho Chi Minh City, welcoming the new year. The splendid New Year’s countdown will be a stage where Vietnamese audiences can ‘ freeze themselves in the new year ‘ by combining top-notch musicians’ performances and state-of-the-art technology.
The queen of K-pop and a legendary Korean musician has been selected as the headlining musician for Tiger Remix 2023. Known as the first Korean solo female artist to enter the Billboard Hot 100 upon her US debut, she is an artist who fits in with Tiger Beer’s unstoppable ‘ liberation ‘ spirit. If her appearance is confirmed, it is clear that her unconcealable presence and stage in Tiger Remix 2023 will be the starting point for the audience to greet the new year without hesitation.
In addition to the monumental central performance, Tiger Remix 2023 will feature top Vietnamese musicians such as rapper Den, pop singer Toc Tien, Hoang Thuy Linh, Rhymastic, Only C, Erik, Orange, Tang Duy Tan, DJ KS, and MC Quang Bao.
Tiger Remix 2023 will be held on December 31 at Nguyen Hue Walking Street and broadcast live on the Tiger Beer Facebook fan page and YouTube channel. In addition, vivid on-site broadcasting can be seen through Vietnam’s state-run broadcasting channel HTV7.
WARNING: Excessive drinking causes cancer. Adolescent drinking impairs growth and brain development, and drinking during pregnancy increases the risk of congenital disabilities or miscarriage. Tiger Remix 2023 Festival to showcase K-pop legends