According to the Management Board of the Da Nang International Fireworks Festival (DIFF) 2017, tickets for this year’s event have already have been issued, and their prices are ranging between 300,000 VND and 1000,000 VND per ticket per person.
Every one-time-use ticket includes value-added tax (VAT), and it applies to an adult or a child over 1m tall. Children under 1m are allowed in free.
The tickets for Danang International Fireworks Festival 2017 have been out! Accordingly, ticket prices will vary according to stages, ranging from 300.000 to 1.000.000 vnd each. For more information, please call (84.236)3.550.111
Ticket price information: Tickets DIFF 2017 will officially be opened on sale on 01.03.2017, in limited quantities!
Entitled ‘Toa Sang Ngu Hanh Son’ (Shining Marble Mountains), this year’s event will be held on certain Saturdays between 29 April and 24 June. Eight teams will participate – Switzerland, Japan, China, the UK, Italy, Australia, Austria, and Da Nang-Viet Nam.
The fireworks will be released near the Novotel on Bach Dang on 5 Saturdays – 30 April, 20 May, 27 May, 3 June and 24 June. Inspired by the Marble Mountains with their elements of ancient oriental philosophy, the 5 performance nights will be entitled ‘Fire’, ‘Earth’, ‘Metal’, ‘Water’ and ‘Wood’ respectively. The nights will also feature special musical performances by famous domestic singers.
During the nearly 2-month DIFF, a wide range of exciting cultural activities will be held across the city.
In particular, fascinating street festivals will take place along inner-city streets on 8 Fridays – 5, 12, 19, 26 May, and 2, 9, 16, 23 June. These events will feature parades of dozens of eye-catching flower-decorated vehicles from the participating countries, which will help local residents and visitors to gain an insight into their distinctive cultural identities.
In addition, there will be a special ‘International Cuisine Space’ which provides participating diners with an array of delicious dishes and exciting music based on the 5 elements of the ancient oriental philosophy.
(Source: Danang Today)