THE Myanma Radio and Television
(MRTV) staff and winners
of the Peace Music Festival will
perform at the National Landmarks
Garden in Nay Pyi Taw
on 8 April.
The move is aimed at attracting
local and foreign travellers,
said U Soe Naing, General
Manager of the National Landmark
Earlier, performances were
held at the National Landmarks
Garden in January, February
and March, attracting local travellers.
More than 30,000 people
visited the recreation garden
to watch the Myawady troupe
perform in January.
The garden has seen an increasing
number of visitors since
the performance of the Fine Arts
Department of the Ministry of
Religious Affairs and Culture in
During the second performance
in February to mark the
71st Union Day, nearly 600 ethnic
artistes entertained visitors
with their traditional dance and
songs, attracting more than
For the 8 April concert, the
Nay Pyi Taw Council will operate
free shuttle services between
Nay Pyi Taw and the garden.