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Thriving and surviving, Bangkok is booming. Here are our picks of interesting stuff coming up.

Talkin’ Loud: Gilles Peterson Headlines First Koh Tao Music Fest

His labels Acid Jazz and Talkin’ Loud kick-started the career of Jamiroquai and catapulted the likes of Incognito, MJ Cole and Roni Size into stardom. Today he runs his latest imprint, Brownswood Recordings, organizes the Worldwide Festival and, on Thursday, will be on Koh Tao to headline that island's first ever music festival.

Underworld Coming in May to Headline New Electro Fest

BANGKOK — British electronic godfather duo Underworld will headline other electronica at the upcoming outdoor music festival Super Summer Sound. It’s been 35 years since...

Splash On! Songkran to Go Off Wild as Ever

BANGKOK — The Thai New Year festival, or Songkran, will be as fun as ever despite the ongoing mourning period for His Majesty the Late King, a top tourism official said Friday.

Go Kruising at Boat Party, Raise Funds to Help Smoke Problem

BANGKOK — Ever wanted to dance an evening away cruising past ancient temples to dance music for a good cause?

Gank, Smite, Cheer at Garena Star League on April 1

BANGKOK — Tens of thousands of gamers and game fans are expected at Thailand’s biggest gaming tournament, which marks its fifth edition next month.

Meet Budget Traveler Who Documented Africa on the Cheap

BANGKOK — A Thai-Australian traveler will reveal her adventures through Africa getting to know people and learn about their cultures. At Tales From the Local...

‘Let it Go’ in the World of Disney (on Ice)

BANGKOK — With “Beauty and The Beast” in theaters making money, Disney is trotting out its stable of beloved characters onto the ice once again during Thailand’s simmering summer.

New Park to Open Near Chula on Sunday

BANGKOK — The area between Lumphini Park and Chinatown isn’t known for its green spaces, but beginning Sunday a new oasis for joggers and picnickers will open.

Hear Historical Siam Made Musical for Thailand Philharmonic

NAKHON PATHOM — A Chinese conductor will lead the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra in debut compositions recalling Thailand’s past kingdoms of Ayutthaya and Thonburi this weekend.

Come as You Are to Kurt Cobain Tribute Concerts in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Most everyone over 30 can remember where they were April 5, 1994, when they heard about the suicide of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.

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