|Nini singing "Xa Em Ky Niem", one of the more
popular song she recorded with Asia.
|Y Lan with the hit "Dung Xa Em Dem Nay",
written by Duc Huy.
|Ai Van, in a traditional "Ao Dai Tu Than" dress,
pulled a reluctant music fan up to the stage.
She later sang a couple of folk songs.
|Vina Uyen Mi, in a dynamic performance.|
|Nhu Quynh, singing her top hit "Chuyen Hoa Sim",
a song written by Anh Bang. She followed with
"Quynh Huong", a Trinh Cong Son song.
|Comedy duo Van Son and Hoai Linh, making
a grand entrance on a cyclo.
Talking about "Ngu+o+`i Ye^u":
VS: Ngu+o+`i ye^u to^i co' mo^.t ddo^i ma('t bo^` ca^u, mo^.t con dda^.u, mo^.t con bay...
HL: Co`n ngu+o+`i ye^u to^i co' mo^.t ca(.p ma('t phu+o+.ng, mo^.t con thu+o+.ng, mo^.t con ha. ....
|Huong Lan, still mourning the recent death
of her father Huu Phuoc, in a sad song.
|Y Lan, Tuan Cuong (Y Lan's husband), Mai Linh
(Y Lan's oldest daughter) in traditional costumes
performing an elaborate skit.
|Chi Tam, in a mellow "Nhac Que Huong" song.|
|Le Toan, with the Ao Dai Queens and Princesses of Northern California, singing "Can you feel the love tonight", theme song from the movie "The Lion King".|
|Don Ho, with the requested song "Trai Tim Mua Dong",
a song that Truc Ho wrote after watching the movie "Un coeur d'hiver".
|Viet Dung and Nguyet Anh were 2 very articulate,
funny and entertaining MCs for the night. Long known for their
quest to gain freedom and fight for human rights for
Vietnam, they also led a group of young students in a
patriotic song to kick off the concert.