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

Fall Prey to ‘Mr. Brightside’ For The Killers Come to Bangkok

BANGKOK — Around the turn of the millennium, The Killers came, and it was good.

Tokyo’s Itti to Smash Big Bad Godzilla Beats With Kontraband

BANGKOK — A hot talent from Tokyo’s Drum ‘n Bass scene is coming to town courtesy of party fiends Kontraband.

‘Jizz Jazz’ Mac DeMarco Coming For Bangkok Encore

BANGKOK — Only a day after releasing lo-fi funk tracks “She’s My Sweet” and “Fuck the Toronto Raptors” for the Met Gala, Canadian musician Mac DeMarco announced Wednesday he’s coming back to Thailand.

‘Gender Illumination’ Lights Thai LGBT Diversity

BANGKOK — Lipstick, high heels, Barbie dolls, cabaret costumes and a letter approving a transgender man to wear pants to an exam are among the Thai LGBT artifacts to be show at a museum.

Silent Disco Night Coming to Beam Thonglor

BANGKOK — There will definitely not be any noise complaints, bad spots or shouting to be heard at this club night.
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Get Jazzed Up at John Di Martino’s Rooftop Concert

BANGKOK — Get enlightened by authentic New York jazz music in the heart of Bangkok for an evening on a terrace and a skyscraper-filled backdrop.

Marvel at 150+ Artists at 1st Bangkok Biennial

BANGKOK — While the Bangkok Art Biennale will see shows by the “grandmother of performance art” and polka dot-obsessed queen among 75 artists, its rival biannual art event will double the artists and ravish through 69 venues in and outside the country.

Jap Artist Madsaki’s Drippy Eyes to Stare in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Dripping black-hole eyes set in smiley vintage faces will be among a few dozens works coming to Bangkok next week.

Take a Swig on World Whiskey Day in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Whether fond of bourbon, scotch or single malt, head out to several Bangkok venues on the third Saturday of May, which is recognized as World Whiskey Day.

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Teases Bangkok Show

BANGKOK — For the first time since the suicide of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington last year, his former co-singer on Friday morning hinted that the Thai capital will get a date on his upcoming solo tour.

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