Thai culture celebrated at Legend Siam

lifestyle February 28, 2019 01:00

By THE NATION

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Cultural theme park Legend Siam will be amusing folks in Pattaya until March 3 with an entertaining look at Thai history and the arts, plus shopping.



Its 10,000 square metres feature Siam Vilize about Siamese civilisation, Araya Thai about traditions and culture, and Bhumi Pan Din about local wisdom. 

There are innovative 3D performances and floating and traditional markets. Bhumi Pan Din highlights the Bang Rajan warriors who sacrificed their lives for the country.

Book a visit at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.

See the future with Lookas

Barbarbar on Thonglor Soi 10 and D15 Nights by Dewar’s are presenting a show by rising American trap and future-bass DJ-producer Lookas on Saturday.

One of Rolling Stone magazine’s “New Artists You Need to Know” and Billboard’s “Rising Artists”, he collaborated with Flo Rida in “GDFR”, Krewella on “Alarm” and Crankdat on “Game Over” and remixed the Chainsmokers' “Roses” and W&W & Blasterjaxx’s “Rocket”.

Admission is Bt500 at the door. Book a table at (085) 253 2000 or Line @barbarbarbkk.

Pomo reaches for Beam

Catch a body-high when Pomo & Harrison Brome go live at Beam on Saturday as part of their Asian tour.

Pomo is a Canadian-born multi-instrumentalist who’s taken the electronic-music scene by the collar and dragged it back onto the dance floor with dreamy synths, glittery arpeggios, buoyant beats and twangy samples. 

He’s joined by soulful singer-producer Harrison Brome 

Your Bt500 entry fee at the door is good for one drink. Find out more and reserve a table at (095) 124 4992 or info@beamclub.com or vwww.BeamClub.com, on Facebook or Instagram.

Off on a classical sea

The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra will perform “Sounds of the Sea” at Prince Mahidol Hall on Mahidol University’s Salaya campus on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon.

Exuberant Brazilian conductor Ligia Amadio returns to interpret Claude Debussy’s watery masterpiece “La Mer” to mark the centenary of the Frenchman’s death. The spirit of Poland and the beauty of bel canto are well in the foreground in Frederic Chopin’s “Piano Concerto No 1 in E minor, Op 11” with young Thai virtuoso Anant Changwaiwit as soloist. Felix Mendelssohn’s “The Hebrides” and Thai traditional piece “Khluen Krathop Fang” (“Waves Crashing on the Shore”) add to the aural painting of the sea.

Seats cost Bt400 to Bt1,500 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Korean heartthrob says hello

South Korean actor Nam Joo Hyuk will meet Thai fans at Show DC’s Ultra Arena Hall on Saturday at 7pm before heading off to Kuala Lumpur and Taipei.

Nam had a successful 2018 with the well-received period film “The Great Battle”, which earned him honours as best rookie actor. This year he appears in the drama “The Light in Your Eyes”.

Passes cost Bt2,800 to Bt4,800 to at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.