Dropzone Festival is the latest addition to the list of Electronic Dance Music Festivals in Thailand. Expect Paul van Dyk, Sven Vath, Marco Carola, Kaskade, Futuristic Polar Bears, Liquid Soul and Cosmic Gate.
After some tourists found Koh Phangan, they celebrated with a couple of friends and drinks the beauty of the island under the full moon. The idea for a monthly returning full moon party was born. Full Moon Party is a monthly event on Koh Phangan beach.
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Thai Elephant Day was created in 1998 after The Thailand Government declared the 13th of March National Elephant Day. The relationship between elephants and the Thai people is extraordinary. The elephant plays a significant role in transportation, labour and battle in the lives of Thai people.
Transmission Festival is one of Europe’s leading trance festivals. Transmission entered Bangkok the first time last year. Transmission has made Bangkok its home for an annual return. Spirit of the Warrior returns on Saturday 17 March 2018.
John Legend is coming to Bangkok on March 23 at Bites Bangna Hall 106. John Roger Stephens is an American singer and songwriter and is known professionally as John Legend. Legend is best known for the songs “All of Me” and “Love Me Now”. Join him for a feel-good evening.
James Blunt performs on 27 March in Bangkok. The concert is part of an Asian Tour which comes from Australia, Singapore and Malaysia and will continue after Bangkok to Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. The tour is to support the album “After love” that was released on 24 March 2017.
Witness Katy Perry in Asia after she returns to promote her winning album of the same name. Her album “Witness” has been released earlier this year.
One of the biggest festivals in Thailand is Songkran Festival or Thai New Year. It tops for many Thai people the calendar and probably one of the few dates when Thai people reunite with their dear ones back home. Bangkok, Pattaya and Chiang Mai are the busiest Songkran destinations for celebration.
S2O Festival will soak Bangkok again from 13-15 April 2018! The S2O Songkran Festival is one of Thailand’s and more likely the world’s wettest soaking party where tens of thousands of litres water will squirt and where the crowd will get soaked to the beats and bones.
Bangkok will burst on its fundamentals with the comeback of this Asia’s Gaythai Party legacy, titled Songkran #12. This gaythai party stretches three days in a row heating up the LGBT scene.