R&B’s hottest new artist Khalid will be heading to Thailand for one show only at GMM Live House on the eighth floor of CentralWorld on October 31 as a part of his “American Teen Tour 2018."
A fast-rising star in the R&B world, Khalid will perform songs such as “Young Dumb & Broke” from his first album, “American Teen”.
Tickets costing from Bt1,800 to Bt2,800 are now on sale at Thai Ticket Major counters, Call (02) 262 3456 or visit www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Pop goes POP
Local band POP is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with two new songs and the “Period of Party 20th Anniversary Concert” at GMM Live House on the eighth floor of CentralWorld on November 34 at 7pm.
Fans can expect to hear such hits such as “Khae Dai Phop Ther”, “Yak Lup Ta”, “Dai Yin Khwam Rak Bang Mai” and “Rak Khong Ther Mee Jing Rue Plao” as well as new songs.
Tickets cost from Bt1,500 to Bt3,200 including a CD signed by the band at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Hot sounds in a cold climate
The must-loved Overcoat Music Festival returns for a ninth year to Jollyland Starlight Amphitheatre in Khao Kho, Phetchbun on December 9.
Among those taking part in the 2018 edition are Two Popetorn, Boy Peacemaker, Aof Pongsak, Nont Tanont, Da Endorphine, The Toys, Stamp, Jetset’er, Potato, Room39, Slot Machine, Lomosonic, and TJ Urboy.
Tickets are Bt1,600 at Counter Service, 7-Eleven. Find out more, visit facebook.com/overcoatmusicfest.
Nont’s a winner
Tanont Chumroen, winner of the first season of “The Voice Thailand” as well as the fourth season of “The Mask Singer”, takes to the stage of Ultra Arena Hall on the sixth floor of Show DC on November 24 for his first solo concert, “I Am Nont Thanont."
He’ll perform such songs as “Mee Phol Tor Huajai”, “Fuen Tua Ang Mai Pen”, “Mai Sanit”, “Jeb Thi Yang Roo Suek”, “Plien Pen Rak” and “Chai Ther Chai Loey.”
The concert starts at 5 and tickets from Bt1,000 to Bt3,000 are available at Counter Service of 7-Eleven or through www.allticket.com.
For more information, call (02) 826 7788.
“Nutcracker” comes to town
The Moscow State Classical Ballet from Russia will be on stage at the Thailand Cultural Centre tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 performing perennial favourite “The Nutcracker”. The ballet is set on a sparkling Christmas Eve in a frost-dusted Edwardian London, when Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker doll discover a magical world where she battles with the Mouse King and meets a handsome stranger.
Tickets cost from Bt1,500 to Bt4,000 at Thai Ticket Major.