Free music in Pattaya
The free Thailand Cultural Music Festival on Pattaya Klang Beach tomorrow and Saturday presents the country’s leading performers in folk and modern genres.
Onstage will be Keng Tachaya, Poojarn Microphone Checker, Got Chakrapan, Yingyong Yodbuangam, Mild, the Rube, Thai Youth Orchestra, Tata Young, Mai Charoenpura and NewJew. Find out more at TAT Contact Centre 1672.
Naems rolls out ‘big room’
Austria-based DJ-producer Naems (Niclas Michenthaler) has become a household name in the EDM scene thanks to his powerful “bigroom”. Hear it for yourself tomorrow night at Insanity Nightclub on Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Soi 11. Naems enjoys support from big hitters like Hardwell, David Guetta and Ummet Ozcan.
Admission is Bt400 for men and Bt300 for women with one drink. Learn more at (082) 731 8885 or [email protected]
Etchings in my room
The annual Hotel Art Fair conceived by Farmgroup returns on June 22 and 23 with another assembly of interesting pieces from Thai and foreign galleries at the W Bangkok.
You tour the hotel’s rooms to view the artworks, all selected to complement one another and the atmosphere of each room. Check out https://HotelArtFair.com.
Baby’s in for a treat
The massive shopping fair BBB Baby & Kids Best Buy at Challenger 3 from June 6 to 9 will have more than a million items, from baby strollers to breast pumps to allorganic products, plus discounts of up to 80 per cent.
It sounds like fun, too, with a Baby Gadoob Gadoob for toddlers six to 12 months old, Baby Vroom Vroom for 12 years and Baby Dance Dance for 13 years.
Leo Lemix is presenting the Dontri Festival of Thai electronic music at ChangChui on Saturday. The concept is “The Creation of the Galaxy” and there’ll be seven stages, each one devoted to a different genre of electronic music.
Get your passes at www.Ticketmelon.com.