‘B2U’ gets laid on Bang Na

music August 24, 2018 01:00


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Los Angeles-based DJ duo Boombox Cartel, best known for their 2015 single “B2U”, will headline the Output Festival at Bitec in Bang Na on September 7 before heading to Seoul for the Spectrum Dance Festival.

Mexican-born Americo Garcia and Jorge Medina – one of the hottest acts in electronic music thanks to a low-end, genre-blending sound – will share the stage with DJs Cash Cash and Gud Vibrations from the US and the Him from the Netherlands. Grab a pass for Bt1,355 at www.Ticketmelon.com/retox/output2018.

Soaking wet fun

The Beats by the Pool Party is back at the W Bangkok on September 1 featuring Djaybuddha, DJs Ono, T-Double E and Double B and MCs Unda, Calo and Coga.

With the Bt3,500 “W Does Brunch: The Experience” package, you get a great seat for the party and brunch with freeflowing cocktails at the Kitchen Table. The Wet Deck will keep the energy cranked later. A limited number of earlybird tickets are on sale for Bt400 at http://bit.ly/beatsbythepool. The regular price is Bt600, and both types get you a drink. 

Singles march across Thailand

The Single Festival, a musical gathering for singletons, is set for Hall 98 at Bitec in Bang Na on September 22, part of a national tour that began in Khon Kaen. Next it’s on to Central Plaza Udon Thani on September 29 (with Thaitanium, Potato and Mild), Central Plaza Chiang Rai on November 3 (Cocktail, Paradox and Tattoo Colour) and Kad Choengdoi in Chiang Mai on January 12 (Num Kala and Lomosonic).

Tickets for Bangkok are sold out. For other locales, they cost Bt399 for guys, Bt299 for gals and Bt1,500 for groups of five at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Classic in for a landing

The Mahidol Symphony Orchestra is presenting the concert “Of Three Lands” in the auditorium of Mahidol University’s College of Music on Tuesday at 7pm.

The title refers to Scotland, its highlands and Finland. The Scottish Hebrides inspired Felix Mendelssohn’s “Scottish” Symphony and Hebrides Overture, while Finland provided the main theme for Jean Sibelius’ “Finlandia”.

Seats cost Bt100 and Bt200 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.