Deadly music festival organizer released The Saigon Times Daily A view of the Autumn Music Gala called “Trip to the Moon” – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Le Thai Son, director of A Chau Connected Agency which organized a music festival in which seven people died and five others were hospitalized in critical condition due to drug overdoses, was released on September 22, a day after being detained by the Hanoi Police, as the municipal People’s Procuracy did not approve his arrest, reported Lao Dong newspaper. Son was taken into police custody to serve an investigation into his alleged violations of regulations on safety in mass gatherings. According to investigators, Son should be held responsible for the seven deaths at the festival. On September 21, the police also searched Son’s house and detained Bui Manh Duy, 19, a resident in Hanoi, for allegedly soliciting others to illegally do drugs at the concert. The Autumn Music Gala called “Trip to the Moon” as part of the Vietnam Electronic Weekend festival at the West Lake Water Park, was held in Tay Ho District on September 16 as licensed by the Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports. The festival attracted a crowd of up to 5,000 people.