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8 amazing things to do this week

Something Nouveau
River City Bangkok

Fri 17

Alex Ferrer at Safe Room; 10 pm

Spanish DJ, producer and label owner Alex Ferrer, one of the most respected figures in the house music scene is set to spin at Safe Room. Ferrer has played at several renowned clubs and festivals all over the globe, including Space in Ibiza, Kater Blau in Berlin, Burning Man and Afrikaburn.

White Truffle by Chef Luca Fassone at Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar; 11 am; B3,000

Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar has invited Chef Luca Fassone from L’Angolo di Rosina restaurant in Italy to prepare a special seven-course white truffle dinner.

Girls Gone Wild at W Bangkok; 7 pm

W Bangkok is hosting another Girls Gone Wild this Friday. Come between 8 to 9.30 pm for free-flow sparkling wine as DJ Knatz, DJ Black Rain, and MC Menelik spin the hottest tracks of the season.


Sat 18

Something Nouveau at River City Bangkok; 10 am; B350

The works of art nouveau maestros—Gustav Klimt, Alphonse Mucha, Aubrey Beardsley—are presented in Something Nouveau, a cutting-edge multimedia exhibition at the new Museum of Digital Art (MODA). Over five hundred masterpieces by the three artists are projected onto large screens. The experience is enhanced by music from the period.

Movies Under The Stars at The British Club Bangkok; 6.30 pm; B50/kid, B100/adult

Why watch Netflix at Home when you can watch some of your favorite films under the stars? The British Club Bangkok is back at it again with their movie night. Aside from the film screenings, there will be full BBQ options, as well as live cooking stations. The space goes quick, so it’s best to secure your tix early. 

Qommon Ground l Day - Night Launch Event at De Commune; 3 pm; B400

Electronic music events company and media platform Qommon celebrates its launch with Australian DJ Roza Terenzi and Japanese spinner Que Sakamoto, as well as local Elaheh, Jirus, Boogie G and more. Come between 3 to 6 pm for free-flow beer.


Sun 19

Oh Wonder BKK Chinatown Pop up at Baan Rim Naam, Ba Hao, and FooJohn; 5.30 pm; free entry

The London-based alt-pop duo, composed of Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht, is once again serenading the city with their jazzy, slow-groove pop tunes. The duo will be performing intimate 30-minute live sessions at three different bars in Chinatown: Baan Rim Naam (Talad Noi), Ba Hao, and FooJohn. Entrance is free, but capacity is limited so make sure to make a reservation.

Dave Chappelle at GMM Live House; 7 pm; B2,500

Comedy icon Dave Chappelle is bringing his sharp and satirical humor to Bangkok for the first time. The veteran comedian first became known for his Comedy Central sketch series Chappelle's Show. In 2006, he was called the “comic genius of America” by Esquire, and in 2017, was ranked no. 9 on Rolling Stone’s list of “50 Best Stand-Up Comics of All Time.”