Music to the ears

Thailand February 26, 2014 00:00

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Iyeoka, Hot Water, Mathew Mole, Akasha and Thomas Kiessing are among many musicians performing this weekend at the Chiang Mai Fest 2014.



Dedicated to the international music and heritage shows, this annual festival always draw thousands of festival-goers and revellers to the former Lanna capital. It runs on both Saturday and Sunday from 3pm until midnight at the new Promenada Resort Mall. For artist line-up and show times, visit www.ChiangMaiFest.com.
 
Rallying for a cause
Calling all at athletes! The Amarin Outdoor Unlimited International Triathlon 2014 returns to Cha Am Beach in Phetchaburi on March 16, offering both individual sportsmen and teams a chance to compete in running, swimming and biking in a beautiful beachside location. The races are divided into two distances: Sprint Distance and Standard Distance. Registration is now open at http://Ama-Events.com.
 
Colours in the sky
Colourful kites in all shapes and sizes will be taking to the skies from Saturday to Monday in the southern province of Satun. Join kite masters from around the world at this event that involves flying 8,000 kites at one time to make a colourful statement and break the world record. Food, cultural shows and a kite exhibition add colour and flavour on the ground. The festival takes place at Satun airport.
 
Sounds like Pattaya
The 2014 edition of the popular Pattaya Music Festival 2014 returns to Thailand’s famous beach destination from March 21-23. The festival, with four main stages, promises party-goers and music lovers a range of live concerts along with booths offering food and music-related accessories.