Vietnamese singer withdraws from 2024 Super Bowl event

By Linh Le   December 8, 2023 | 03:30 am PT
Organizers of Vegas LVIII Pregame Warm Up Event & Tet Celebration, a warm-up event for the 2024 Super Bowl, have confirmed that singer Tuan Hung would not attend due to scheduling conflicts.
Singer Tuan Hung. Photo from Tuan Hungs Facebook

Singer Tuan Hung. Photo from Tuan Hung's Facebook

The event organizers announced the news on Thursday, according to Tuoi Tre Newspaper.

Tuan Hung announced in Sep. this year that he had been invited to perform at the event, which is set to take place in Las Vegas on Feb. 9, 2024 as a warm-up session for the 2024 Super Bowl – the American football championship game for the 2023 National Football League season.

One of the first artists invited by the show’s organizers, Tuan Hung, 45, is among the most successful pop singers in Vietnam with various hit songs.

He dropped his undergraduate studies in 1998 to start his career in the entertainment industry with his debut in the boyband "Qua Dua Hau" (The Watermelon).

For many years, the Super Bowl has been one of the most-viewed sporting events in the world and an important part of American culture. The Super Bowl warmup and halftime shows often garner great traction and trend quickly.

Serving as a promotional event for the 2024 Super Bowl, the Vegas LVIII Pregame Warm Up Event & Tet Celebration is expected to attract an estimated 10,000 attendees.

Various Vietnamese artists, including singer Hong Ngoc and rapper De Choat, are set to perform at the event.

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