Haircuts and hiphop

music November 15, 2018 01:00

By THE NATION

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Husband and wife Prinya “Way Thaitanium” and Rybena “Nana” Intachai are celebrating the 10th anniversary of Neversaycutz, their New York-style barbershop, by hosting a music event at GMM Live House at CentralWorld on November 25.



You can get a haircut, play some street basketball and try out for a new artist search while listening to Thaitanium, Bangkok Invaders, Twopee Southside, Urboy TJ, Mindset, D Gerrard, Maiyarap and Blacksheeprr.

Admission is Bt900. Go to www.ThaiTicketMajor.com or phone (02) 262 3456.

Music extravaganza

The Cat Expo, billed as the biggest music market in Asia, is back for its fifth year at Bangkok’s Wonder World Extreme Park on November 24 and 25. Performing on six stages will be 124 bands, including Scrubb, Bomb at Track, Cocktail, Potato, Pills and Midnight Children. A twoday pass costs Bt1,500 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Ratchaburi is raving

The third Neekuru Land at Suan Phueng Highland in Ratchaburi is set for November 24 with music provided by Atom, Getsunova, Joey Boy, Scrubb and Poy Portrait.

Passes cost Bt850 and Bt1,200 including van service at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Fall in love with Tata

The ninth Season of Love Song will be at Veneto Suan Phueng in Ratchaburi on December 1 with a “Cloud 9” theme. Tata Young, Ben Chalatit, Two Popetorn, Singto Numchok, Klear, Mild feat Wonder Frame, Mean Band, Season Five, Max Jenmana, V Violette, Musketeers, Bedroom Audio and more are on the bill, as are 60 food booths.

Passes cost Bt1,500 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Time to visit the farm

Enjoy this season’s Jim Thompson Farm Tour in Nakhon Ratchasima anytime from December 8 to January 6, daily from 9 to 5. The theme is “Zap Nua Huamuan” and the highlight is Isaan food and all the fun activities that revolve around it. 

Check out Cosmos Field and 5-Colour Vegetable Garden, Flourishing Isaan Gastronomy, the Isaan Village, Jim’s Village and Jim’s Market, where Japanese artist Eiji Sumi will show you how to recreate Isaan’s edible insects in origami.

Learn more at (02) 700 2566, (085) 660 7336 in Bangkok or (044) 373 116 at Pak Thong Chai Farm.