Nearly 50,000 people flocked to Hanoi’s My Dinh Stadium on the evening of March 27 to enjoy a concert featuring Kate Miller-Heidke from Australia, Super Junior from Korea, and local singers Phuong Vy, Ha Anh Tuan, Hoang Hai, Luu Huong Giang, & famous B-boy crew BigToe from Vietnam.

Phạm Anh Khoa rocked the show.
Phương Vy impresses with her Vietnam Idol power. Is it me or is she getting thicker?
Lưu Hương Giang thinks ripped leggings will make her young again.
Hoàng Hải, co-singer of the huge hit, “Hotgirl” put up a strong performance.

Besides being the VietNamese goodwill ambassador of MTV exit’s human trafficking campaign, Hà Anh Tuấn was also the night’s MC.

Australian Pop Star  Kate Miller- Heidke performed some of her hits and a pretty darn interesting cover of Britney Spears’s “Toxic”.
Korean boyband, Super Junior, didn’t need backup dancers. Oh the convenience of  having 7698 members in one group.
Many fans were also reportedly crying…NOT because they were starstruck, but because they were hurt and couldn’t breathe. More than 40 people even fainted due to exhaustion from pushing & shoving as well as lack of oxygen from the overly congested crowd.

This concert, brought forth by MTV EXIT, is meant to promote awareness on one of the most disturbing acts done unto humans by humans–human trafficking.

According to MTV EXIT, three more concerts will be held in Vietnam that will feature local artists. The next will be on April 3 at Ha Long Bay. On April 10, the MTV EXIT Live concert will be held at Can Tho Sports Center and the last will be on April 27 at QK7 Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City where pop band The Click Five will perform.