Top events in Bangkok this month
Warehouse 30 is hosting a weekend market for film camera lovers. You can stroll around, check out camera shops and vintage stuffs, join workshops, and meet people who love film photography like you.
To celebrate Bangkok’s flourishing drinking scene, Bangkok Bar Show is making its debut at the riverside Lhong 1919. The two-day event (29 - 30 June) will consist of tasting booths from more than 100 alcoholic (and non-alcoholic) brands who will be showcasing their signature and most exclusive drinks. Showcased at the event will be international spirit brands such as Absolut, Duvel, and Hendrick’s, as well as Thailand’s own Issan Rum, Chalong Bay, and Phraya. Event-goers can also join the discussions surrounding drinking cultures and attend booze-related seminars such as “ATLAS: The Art of Martini” by Jesse Vida from Atlas in Singapore which ranked no.5 on Asia’s 50 Best Bars and no.8 on The World’s 50 Best Bars list this year. Another session that shouldn’t be missed is “The World of Foraging” led by Matt Whiley from Scout, London’s beloved minimalist bar, which is placed at no.28 on The World’s 50 Best Bars 2019. Throughout the weekend, special guest shifts will take place at some of Bangkok’s hottest bars such as Vesper, #FindTheLockerRoom, Q&A, Teens of Thailand, Asia Today and Rabbit Hole, with a closing party at Tropic City. Tickets are available now at this website for B200 per day or B300 at the door. Tickets include one complimentary drink from selected brands.
Potato Head Beach Club Bali resident DJ and HAHA Industries founder, Dean Dixon, is coming to Beam this Friday 28th June and you won’t want to miss it. Expect the unexpected because anything can happen with Dean behind the booth.
Trader Vic’s is bringing tropical rhythms to the city with 80’s Beach Party. Dress to impress and party all night long to 80’s tunes by DJ Scotty B and Daddy Rock. Enjoy sloppy joes and great nachos with packages starting from B999.
Join Siam Society ceramics workshop to learn more about the craft and gain a better understanding of Asian ceramics found in Thailand. Visitors can also join in insightful discussions with collectors Dr. Pariwat Thammapreechakorn, Khun Pimpraphai Bisalputra, Dr. Thanyakarn Wong-on, and Dr.Dawn Rooney. Admission is B500 and includes two coffees.
Pesca Mar & Terra Bistro is throwing their famous Tomahawk weekend brunch once again this 29th and 30th June. Expect all things scrumptious such as wagyu tomahawk, roasted tenderloin, and seafood paella. Brunch packages start at B1,490.
Join Plastic Dreams crew at 12 x 12 this Friday 28th June for the old school tunes. You’re guaranteed a fun night since the notorious spinners like Ben Goldman and Mikey Mike will be taking over the deck.
Corruption alludes to corruption of data, something that we’ve all experienced through the mandatory interaction with the internet today. Although this of abundance information is supposed to enlighten us and is hundreds of thousands of times as effective as passing on information to later generations than our DNA, there is a part of us that is missing. Perhaps the human touch, or our emotional sentiments. The ambiguity of this transitional phase leaves us with unlimited possibilities, both inspiring yet frightening and disturbing at the same time. Hence the corruption of data and intention. These works represent our digital sensibilities. All the images are illustrations of various anecdotes that represent issues that widely circulate our immediate space of the internet and social media. From A.I. to pollution, the images contain symbolic objects that have transcended time and also ones that are yet to be imbued with cultural significance. The narratives although clear produce images that are also ambiguous. This ambiguity alludes to the uncertain future of humans and our next step of evolution. Unlike most previous works, where the emphasis was on the shallow veneer and aesthetic value of images that have seemingly been digitally mediated, the works in ‘CORRUPTION’ tries to put the narrative into deeper consideration. DHANUT TUNGSUWAN (b. 1994)From London to Bangkok, a youngblood artist who has had a number of exhibitions during his studies in Britain. A Harrow alum, he g
Maggie Choo’s is hosting their special themed gay night party with Drag-a-licious 2. Enjoy 10 Drag shows and free shots all night long. DJ Yui Truluv and Dj Tackthai will be spinning tunes from the 90’s mixed with today’s hottest pops.
Join the Black Cabin’s crew for their weekly BBQ sessions this sunday for quality flame-grilled steaks, hand made sausages, and juicy burgers. There will also be beer pong, football on the big screen, draft beer, and live music by Motherfunky.