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BK Weekend: What’s on in Bangkok this Dec 7-10

The ultimate guide to what's going on in the city this weekend.

By Neon Boonyadhammakul | Dec 07, 2017

  • BK Weekend: What’s on in Bangkok this Dec 7-10
    Chang Chui

Thu, Dec 7

Gig: Singer Songwriter Night

A showcase of emerging singer-songwriters featuring Daniel Didyasarin (Penny Time), John Will Sail, Tangled Wires and Phum Viphurit

Dec 7, 8pm. Maggie Choo’s, underground/F, Hotel Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom, 320 Silom Rd., 091-772-2144. Free.

Spoken Word: Poetry Slam

Spoken word performers face off for the chance to appear at Wonderfruit.

Dec 7, 7pm. Live Lounge, Trendy Building, 10/47 Sukhumvit Soi 13, 02-168-7335. B300.

Music Festival: Woo Fest. Tyga

The American rapper known for songs like “Rack City” and “Faded” headlines this festival along with support acts Pegboard Nerds, Deejay RayRay and MYRNE. Grab tickets at

Dec 7, 7pm. Voice Space, BBD Building, 197 Viphavadi Rangsit Rd., 02-261-3883. B1,990-2,900.

Fri, Dec 8

Nightlife: John Askew

The English DJ performs 3 hours of acid trance. Tickets available at

Dec 8, 9pm Onyx, Soi Soonvijai, Rama 9 Rd. B700.

Nightlife: Dark Bar On Tour #1

After closing down in May, the underground bar returns as a pop-up party featuring electronic sounds from Mela and Sunju Hargun. Tickets TBA

Dec 8, 10pm Nineteens Up, Silom Soi 19, 096-649-6919. BTS Surasak.

Nightlife: Mendy Indigo All Night Long

The always-busy DJ spins techno-house music.

Dec 8, 10pm. De Commune, 1/F, Liberty Plaza, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 061-717-4365. B250.

Gig: Wldrns

The Swedish indie-pop band (pronounced Wilderness) performs tracks from their latest vinyl release joined by locals Ramintra, These Heavy Clouds and Evil Dude.

Dec 8, 8pm. Jam, 41 Charoen Rat Soi 1, 089-889-8059.B200 includes 1 drink. BTS Surasak.

Music Festival: OD Rock! Fest

Heavy metal rockers from Brazil Sepultura join Thai bands Carnivola, Ebola, Dezember, Retrospect, Dose and Hopeless for a massive concert. Tickets available at

Dec 8, 4pm. Fortune Town, 1 Ratchadaphisek Rd. B1,500.

Sat, Dec 9

Nightlife: C.untagious Birthday Bash feat. Chippy Nonstop

A public birthday party featuring trap beats from DJs Chippy Nonstop, Nat and C.untagious.

Dec 9, 10pm. Blaq Lyte, 2/F, Badmotel, 331/4-5 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 098-253-9356. Free.

Concert: Wilderer Tour

Alternative rock bands Brand New Sunset, The Ginkz, Pistols99, Ugoslabier and Lord Liar Boots play live.

Dec 9, 6:30pm. De Commune, 1/F, Liberty Plaza, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 061-717-4365. B200.

Gig: Nerve Live at Nong Taprachan

The Bangkok thrash-rock band takes the stage.

Dec 9, 7pm Chang Chui, 460/8 Sirindhorn Rd. Free.

Market: Christmas Market at Alliance Francaise Bangkok

Shop for gifts, handcrafts, home decor and artwork.

Dec 9, 11am. Alliance Francaise de Bangkok, 179 Wireless Rd., 02-670-4200. Free.

Market: Deutscher Weihnachtsmarkt 2017

Shop for gifts and crafts while enjoying live music at this Christmas market.

Dec 9-10. Goethe Institute Auditorium, 18/1 Soi 1, 02-108-8200.

Market: Bang Mod Fest

Get to know the local communities along the Bangmod canal with a day dedicated to live performances, cultural workshops and food.

Dec 9-10. Putthabucha Temple, 081- 939- 8911. Free.

Talk: YED Talks x Heineken "(Gen) Z Thru the World"

Gen Y and Z guest speakers discuss failures and life without social media. Grab tickets at

Dec 9, 4pm Warehouse 30, Charoenkrung Soi 30. B500.

Sun, Dec 10

Gig: Hope The Flowers Live at Nong Taprachan

The post-rock band performs in support of their latest album I Miss You.

Dec 10, 7pm Chang Chui, 460/8 Sirindhorn Rd. Free.

Music Festival: Maya

Escape from Bangkok to this electronic dance music festival with DJs Slushi, Robin Schulz, Steve Angello, Mike Williams and R3hab. Grab tickets at

Dec 10, 12pm. MAYA Space, 100/24 Chon Buri, 085- 225- 9225. B4,000.

Sport: Run 4 Rights 2017

A 2.5 and 10.5km run to mark Human Rights Day. Tickets available at

Dec 10, 6am. Lumphini Park, Rama 4 Rd. B400.

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