As mentioned here last week, the next few weekends will be filled with spectacular outdoor festivals. This weekend alone will see Maya festival and Wonderfruit going off. However traveling to these outdoor fests may not be so convenient for some of you, so for those of you who decide to stay in Bangkok here are some events you should check out.
BANGKOK — English soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone will deliver “Super Duper Love” to fans in Thailand in March at a Silom-area rooftop bar.
BANGKOK — It’s a rare chance to see internationally acclaimed filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films in Thailand. But his very first feature will be show Friday along with other five independent movies for free this weekend.
BANGKOK — The month of March will prove fortuitous for trance-lovers, as renowned and rising DJs alike will come together for one night to submerge revelers in a hypnotic rave.
BANGKOK — A Yangon rocker and his band pursue their obsession to build a punk scene in Myanmar through music criticizing everything around them, including nationalist Buddhist group Ma Ba Tha.
BANGKOK — See Tupac alive and smiling in a look at the golden era of hip-hop through iconic and rare photographs showing this month.
NAKHON PATHOM — From John Williams’ Star Wars and Harry Potter scores to Klaus Badelt’s Pirates of the Caribbean theme, the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra will play pop showtunes for music and movie fans alike next month.
BANGKOK — Jed sold his cellphone when he was in 11th grade to afford a 2,500-baht ticket to see Linkin Park. Charlie often catches red eye flights around Asia to see his favorite bands: Metallica in Singapore, Iron Maiden in Shanghai and Slipknot in Japan.
PHUKET — The southern island of Phuket will celebrate the love for LGBT for a full week in April.
BANGKOK — Dodge Cupid’s arrow and celebrate the love Tuesday with some interesting Valentine’s Day alternatives.