German Acts and Local Favorites at Sofar Sounds Show That’s No Secret

By Lisnaree Vichitsorasatra
Staff Reporter

BANGKOK — Sofar Sounds, known for invite-only gigs in intimate settings, will roll out some of its favorite acts at a free concert Wednesday night – no registration required.

Hear the soulful stylings of Jinta, rock'n'roll from Plastic Section, and rock out to Dead Flowers. Two German acts – singer Jonas David and band Honig – will also be performing at the first public event by the organizer known for small, semi-private events.

Food and booze will be available at the venue, Parking Toys Watt, where the free show starts at 8pm. (Note: food and booze not free).



Plastic Section


Jonas David


Correction: An earlier version of this story stated there would be food available at the venue's parking lot – in fact it will be inside the venue.


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