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BK Weekend: What's on in Bangkok this Jun 29-Jul 2

The ultimate guide to what to do in Bangkok this weekend. 

By Bonnie Sananvatananont | Jun 28, 2017

  • BK Weekend: What's on in Bangkok this Jun 29-Jul 2
    House of Lucie

Thursday (Jun 29)

NIGHTLIFE: Beam x Grindin' 

Beam joins forces with the Grindin' party crew for a night of underground hip-hop, R&B, UK garage and future sound from DJs Gus and Kade.

Jun 29. Beam, 72 Courtyard, Sukhumvit Soi 55


SPECIAL SCREENINGS: The Gardener

A screening of Mohsen Makhmalbaf's 2016 documentary following him and his son's life as they explore the Bahai religion, which is forbidden in their home town in Iran. 

Jun 29. Jam, Charoen Rat Soi 1. BTS Surasak


Friday (Jun 30)

NIGHTLIFE: Hair of the Dog Phloen Chit Second Anniversary

Celebrate the second birthday of the craft beer bar with a series of great promotions including 50% discount on all 13 taps between 4-7pm. 

Jun 30. Hair of the Dog, Mahatun Plaza. BTS Phloen Chit


NIGHTLIFE: Disco Diaries - Merci et Adieu!

Bid farewell to Live RCA before it closes permanently with one last party featuring funk, soul, disco and house beats across 3 stages from DJs including Jam on Toast, Koish, Dark White, Tek Harrington, Ekception and more.

Jun 30. Live RCA, RCA, Rama 9 Rd.


ART: Sacrifice

Artist Nakrob Moonmanas presents collages aimed to illustrate cultural diversity, pay respect to past artists and tell the story of Bangkok, incorporating new and old techniques. 

Jun 30- Jul 30. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939 Rama 1 Rd. 


THEATER: Factory 

A live play featuring Kwin Bhichitkul and Surat Keawseekram in a story following the lives of two factory workers, performed as part of the art exhibition "Digest Pls." that features a variety of art pieces exploring the theme of digestion. 

Jun 30. Syrup the Space, Liberty Plaza, Thonglor 


SPECIAL SCREENINGS: Imaginary Line

The art gallery screens an experimental film by Naphawan Sittisak which explores the world of people's thoughts and how they capture our characters in the purest form. 

Jun 30. House of Lucie, Ekkamai Soi 8 


Saturday (Jul 1)

NIGHTLIFE: La Discoteca 

A night dedicated to Latin music from DJs Luiz Calderon and Mizuyo Fukui who'll be spinning merengue/mambo, reggaeton, salsaton, Soca, combia, Latin pop and much more.

Jul 1. Safe Room, Whiteline Soi 8


NIGHTLIFE: Block Party

The Old town's live music venue hosts a  block party featuring performances from Selby, Mighty NP and The Lowdowns (ft. UNDA and My Supergoods) alongside Spare Parts' freshly slow-cooked ribs and pull-pork burgers. B60 Singha beer till 9pm. 

Jul 1. Soulbar, 945 Charoenkrung Rd.


NIGHTLIFE: Beach Bash: Tropical Paradise

The popular surf house hosts its annual beach bash, promising quality live music from local bands like Traffic Jam, Super Massive, The Rings, White Jack and more, alongside special rates on the flow rider and plenty of drink promotions. 

Jul 1. Flow House, Sukhumvit Soi 26


MARKETS: Cat Foodival

Cat Radio’s food and music festival returns for its second installment, featuring live performances from Thai artists such as Nop Ponchamni, Moving and Cut, Fwends and many more while you eat from over 100 food stalls.
 
Jul 1. Makkasan Airport Rail Link Station

MARKETS: Noise Market x ตลาดนัดลานใบไม้

The annual art and music flea market returns for an extra installment, this time in collaboration with Lanbaimai Market. Expect to see its usual setup of stalls selling art, books, and music-related merchandise, as well as live music performances from local indie and folk bands.

Jul 1. Lanbaimai Yipintsoi Coffee, 523 Mahaphuruttharam Rd.


MARKETS: The Great Outdoor Mini Market x The Commons

The popular outdoor market returns once more to Thonglor's community mall, promising plenty of lifestyle products and creative goods from local brands including Kamakura, Ruthless Studio, Maurizio, Hidden Matter and Amie, to name a few. 

Jul. 1-Jul. 2. The Commons, 335 Thonglor 17


Sunday (Jul 2)

COMEDY: T.J. Miller - Live in Bangkok

The popular American actor and stand-up comedian marks his first appearance in Bangkok, promising an entertaining evening featuring the Silicon Valley star’s signature absurdist comedy and humor.

UPDATE: The shows have been canceled.

Jul. 2. Comedy Club Bangkok, Sukhumvit Soi 33/1.

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