The Chainsmokers, a.k.a. the guys behind "Don't Let Me Down", "Closer" and "Something Just Like This," have confirmed their first gig in Bangkok on 15 September at Impact Challenger Muang Thong Thani. Tickets start from B2,000. Regular public ticket sale starts on 30 June at Thai Ticket Major (0 2262 3838). The American electronic-pop duo consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall rose to fame with a mega hit single, "#Selfie" in 2014 from their first EP, Bouquet . Before people thought it was just another one-hit wonder, their second EP, Collage, was released and it's packed with mega hits such as "Don't Let Me Down (feat. Daya)" and "Closer (feat. Halsey)." April this year saw the introduction of their first full album, Memories ... Do Not Open, featuring tracks everyone knows like "Paris" and "Something Just Like This (feat. Coldplay)." Ready to dance?
This rising Parisian producer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer, Vincent Fenton or French Kiwi Juice (FKJ) is coming back to Bangkok on 15 September with support act from Dark White, local DJs. This can be called one of his biggest and best gig in Bangkok, and he is bringing his signature New French House sound to fans. Act fast because his last show here was sold out and we know you don't want to miss this!
It's time to break your piggy bank (again)! BEC-Tero Entertainment has just announced another gig in Thailand: American pop-rock band OneRepublic has confirmed to perform in Bangkok on 21 September at Impact Muang Thong Thani. Tickets are from B2,000 and will be up for grabs from 20-21 June for Citibank cardmembers, 22-23 June for Live Nation members, and from 24 June for the public, available from Thai Ticket Major.
UK singer-songwriter Lucy Rose captivates Bangkok again with her melodic folk indie tunes including hits like “Our Eyes,” “Like an Arrow,” and her lastest album Something's Changing in this full band concert with a short documentary about her debut tour journey in Latin America last year. Tickets are now up for purchase.