The St Regis Bangkok will be presenting young violin talents from the Viemus Music School on March 31, led by five-year-old Aya from the TV show “Pinkie Friends”. The Little Artist Series is part of Western Afternoon Tea, which costs Bt1,500-plus for two persons, and Thai Afternoon Tea (Bt950). Acclaimed British-Malaysian pianist Mitra Alice Tham will perform on April 1, when admission will be Bt990plus. Learn more at (02) 207 7799 and www.StRegis.com/bangkok.
Got you covered
Live Lounge Bangkok in the Trendy Building on Sukhumvit Soi 13 is amassing three great cover bands on March 29, coinciding with the City of Angels ice-hockey tournament. Super-Massive (Muse tribute), Haasip-Haasip (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and the Sonic Moons, most of whose members used to play in the hockey-oriented band Five Hole. Get the details on the SuperMassiveBKK and Haasip Facebook pages.
Join up with Junior
DJ Junior, a resident at Taipei nightclub Elektro, will perform at Insanity on Sukhumvit Soi 11 on March 30. He’s played major regional events including Ultra Music Festival Korea and Japan, Wow Music Festival Malaysia and Storm Festival Shanghai. In Bangkok he’ll be jamming with DJ Kyle Harrison. Book a table at (082) 731 8885.
DJs Mark Broom, Sarit and Christian Vance aka H4L will have De Commune jumping on March 31. Techno and house will christen the new undergroundmusic venue at Liberty Plaza starting at 8pm. Admission is Bt350, rising to Bt500 at 10pm. Dive deeper at (088) 419 7380.
Let’s put on a show!
High-school musicians have a chance to win Bt200,000 and Gold City shoes in the Gold City Thailand Band Knockout on May 31. To qualify, bands must have 12 members or less with a live performance of self-produced songs posted on YouTube. The music theme is “Let’s Go: Sai Lui Mai Khui Hai Sia Wela”. Send the link to email@example.com. Grab an application form at www.GoldCityShop.com.