Your handy gig planner for the months ahead
After opening for Ed Sheeran during the English pop star’s appearance in Bangkok last year, the band is set to return on Apr 25. This concert—the band’s fifth in Bangkok—is part of a tour in support of their latest album, Eye Of The Storm. The Asia tour will kick off in Bangkok before hitting Seoul, Manilla, Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta and Taipei. Tickets go on sale Feb 1 and start from B2,500 via Thai Ticket Major.
April 25. Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani.
Global pop icon Greyson Chance is coming back to Bangkok for the first time since 2012, performing at Voice Space Studio (197 Viphavadi Rangsit Rd.) this May 9. Tickets are available via Ticketmelon, with prices starting at B2,200. Upgrade to a VIP Package, which includes a meet-and-greet and group photo with Greyson Chance, as well as an acoustic performance and an autographed poster, for an additional B2,000 (limited to 50 ticket holders only).
May 9. Voice Space Viphavadi Rangsit Rd.
Moonchild, the jazz-meets-R&B trio made up of Amber Navran, Andris Mattson and Max Bryk—three alums of USC’s prestigious Thornton School of Music—are bringing their Little Ghost Tour to Bangkok on May 30 at Lido Connect. Tickets are available via Ticketmelon starting at 4pm on Feb 28. Prices start at B1,300 (early bird) at limited numbers and B1,500 (Rregular).
May 30. Lido Connect.
Korean indie stars Hyukoh known for tracks like “Wi Ing Wi Ing,” “Come and Goes” and “Tomboy” will return to perform another live performance in Bangkok on Mar 31 at Lad Phrao’s Moonstar Studio 8. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmelon at B2,300.
July 7. Moonstar Studio, 701 Lad Phrao Soi 80.
British electropop group Oh Wonder have just announced a return trip to Bangkok on Sep 4. After taking over three bars in Chinatown in mid-January with a stripped-down, but no less twee, performance that left fans begging for more, the duo hinted at a return for a full show. Further details are yet to be announced, but you can expect songs from their latest album No One Else Can Wear Your Crown, like “Happy” and “I Wish I Never You” as well as hits like “Without You,” “Drive” and “Lose It.”
It seems the Australian singer-songwriter has a major Bangkok fan base, because they've already booked him in for a second round on Mar 14, 2020 due to "overwhelming demand". Tickets for both concerts are priced from B1,900 via Live Nation BEC-Tero.
Sep 12. GMM Live House, Central World.