MTV Exit is hosting a live concert in Chiang Mai on June 25 as part of its campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking and prevent exploitation of women and children.

The concert kicks off at 5:30pm at the 700th Anniversary Stadium in downtown Chiang Mai and admission is free. Featuring leading Asian bands including Korea’s Super Junior M, Thailand’s Slot Machine, Thaitanium, ETC and South Side Phuket, and singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke from Australia.

MTV Exit has held 25 concerts across Asia over the past two and a half years, in places including Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Nepal, Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Timor-Leste with some of Asia’s best talents such as Placebo and Super Junior among the cast.

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