The rocker will be saving Saturday, December 11th for a special annual charity event to raise funds for  LVAP (Loreto Vietnam Australia Program, a program which equips the Sunrise Special School Campus 2 with vocational training for older students who are intellectually challenged and/or under privileged).

According to the website, “The fest will once again be a highlight on your annual calendar of events – a combination of great wine, superb food, soft blankets, children’s activities, fresh grass and outdoor music all in the ambience of RMIT Vietnam field in Saigon South, District 7.”

The generosity of HCMC’s community has raised over US$145,000 for Loreto initiatives over the past three years.

Pham Anh Khoa also shares, “I am very happy to have participated in this program for the past 3 years. Via LoretoFest, I have volunteered to build schools and assisting underprivileged children in Saigon. I hope to meet everyone at the RMIT campus to help make a difference alongside me and other fellow artists at Loreto Fest 2010.”

Pham Anh Khoa & Rapsoul with the sponsors of Loreto fest at the Nguyễn Đình Chiểu school for visually impaired children

Other confirmed artists participating in the event include Suboi, Rapsoul, rockband Microwave, Rice Growers, Acoustic, Wagons (Australia), Goober Gun (UK), Zaiya (Australia),  Oyaji (Japan), PJ Stanley (USA), and Mojo Webb (Australia).

PS: If you haven’t already, check out Khoa’s last single released forever and a year ago.