Backstreet Boys is bringing their biggest arena tour in 18 years – “Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour Live in Bangkok” – to Thailand with a show at Impact Exhibition Halls 5-6, Muang Thong Thani, on October 24.
The American boy band featuring AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell, will relive more than 20 years of smash hits including “Quit Playing Games With My Heart”, “I Want It That Way”, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”, “Incomplete”, “Shape Of My Heart”, “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” and more.
Tickets go on sale on May 11 through all ThaiTicketMajor outlets and at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Daniel Caesar – one of the world’s hottest R&B stars – is coming to Bangkok for a concert at Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani, on July 25.
He released his debut album “Freudian” in 2017, which peaked at No 6 on the Billboard R&B Chart. He won Best R&B Performance at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
Tickets cost Bt2,600 at TicketMelon.com/very/danielcaesar.
They’ve got the power
POW! Fest - the coolest mini music festival in Thailand - is back for its fourth edition at Rockademy Thailand on Sukhumvit Soi 26 on June 15 from 4pm until late.
The lineup includes Folk9, Anatomy Rabbit, Wave And So, Plasui Plasui, Death of Heather, Soft Pine, Mind Wanders, The Vuniyerse, and Blue Yogurt as well as Motorama from Russia and Bearwear from Japan.
Tickets costing Bt700 are now on sale at Ticketmelon.com. Find out more at www.Facebook.com/powfestbkk.
Time for a Japanese breakfast
Korean-American musician Michelle Zauner, the brains behind musical project Japanese Breakfast, makes her Thailand debut at Rockademy on Sukhumvit Soi 26 on May 16.
Zauner has released two studio albums, “Psychopomp” in 2016 and “Soft Sounds from Another Planet” in 2017.
The show starts at 7 and tickets are Bt1,000 in advance from Ticketmelon.com and Bt1,200 at the door.
Rocking with the Dinosaurs
The Very Company brings Australian indie rock band Last Dinosaurs to Bangkok at Live RCA Bangkok on May 15 at 7pm.
The band’s debut EP “Back from the Dead” in 2010 and subsequent debut studio album “In a Million Years” in 2012 received critical praise by Australian media critics.
Tickets cost Bt1,600 at Ticketmelon.com.