Flea markets, exhibitions, and music festivals out of town.
Brew Beers & Ciders and partner restaurant Daniel Thaiger are set to close their doors at their Soi 11 location. The beer-and-burger partners will go out with a party on Nov 28. The farewell bash will include live music and promotional deals, as the venue tries to clear all its remaining stock.
Nov 28, 2pm-2am. Brew Beers & Ciders, 30 Sukhumvit Soi 11
Head to Jam Jam for a casual Saturday evening on Nov 28 to sip some natural, grower-based wines by Soul Wines by Iconic, and check out "Home," the 2009 French documentary film by environmentalist Yann Arthus-Bertrand. There will be movie night snacks with bites from Jam Jam’s tapas menu, too.
Nov 28, 6pm-midnight. Jam Jam, 4/F Asai Bangkok Chinatown, 531 Charoen Krung Rd. B250 (with a complimentary glass of wine)
Maggie Choo’s is back with shows through Nov 28. Expect 1930s Shanghai nightlife-themed shows, and remember to dress for the occasion.
Nov 28, 6pm-1am. Maggie Choo’s, underground/F, Hotel Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom, 320 Silom Rd.
Japanese street food gets paired with an extensive sake list starting from B100 at Mango Tree. There’ll be lounge music to add to the atmosphere, too.
Nov 27, 6pm-late. Mango Tree Restaurant, 37 Silom Soi 6, Surawongse Rd.
WTF Gallery hosts a solo art exhibition by artist Rook Floro, which aims to explore the idea of oppositions, good and evil, important and trivial, strong and weak, where these polar forces seem to keep things in balance.
Through Dec 20. WTF Gallery & Café, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51
This exhibition at The Jam Factory features fabric installation, consisting of a sculpture made of calicoes hanging down from a ceiling, as well as 12 other embroidery works by Thai artist Narissara Pianwimungsa, which aim to convey the greatness of nature and the fragility of life.
Through Jan 10, 2021. The Jam Factory, 41/1-41/2 Charoen Nakhon Rd.
Jam Jam also hosts this morning yoga session on Nov 29, with complimentary acai bowls and infused water. Roll out your yoga mat, and stretch and strengthen with a combo of exercises for body and mind.
Nov 29, 9:30am onwards. Jam Jam, 4/F Asai Bangkok Chinatown, 531 Charoen Krung Rd. B500
This second edition of Local Goodness on Nov 28-29 is all about hands-on activities, sustainable workshops, local food, and a market showcasing Thai handicrafts and products. The sustainable workshops, which you have to book in advance, include cocktails, natural pigment and art making, Thai craft chocolate, and coffee, among others.
Through Nov 29, 10am-10pm. The Commons Thonglor, 335 Thonglor Soi 17
With its 11th edition, Sol Flea Market caters to treasure hunters and collectors of unique items like clothing, bags, shoes, craft items, gadgets, and natural personal care products. There will also be food and drinks.
Through Nov 29, 12pm-9pm. Pumpumpumpum Studio, 581/3 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 39
Pronto Denim is hosting a rooftop flea market on Nov 28, featuring second hand items from popular brands including premium Japanese jeans, jackets, accessories, bags, and footwear. There will be non-clothing items and, of course, food, music, and drinks as well.
Nov 28, BePositive Space Bangkok, 29 Pridi Banomyong 14, Sukhumvit Soi 71
Nov 27-29. Mountain Creek Golf Resort and Residences, 99, Mittraphap Rd., Lat Bua Khao, Sikhio District, Nakhon Ratchasima
E-San Music Festival has been dubbed the “Khon Kaen Woodstock,” and for good reason. This year, the festival will feature nearly 70 acts on two big stages, parades, camping, and more over three days and two nights (Nov 27-29) at the Ubolratana Dam, the largest multi-purpose dam in the northeast. The musical acts range from charming singer-songwriter Hugo and indie fave Yellow Fang to folk-rockers Yena and Rasmee Isan Soul, a rising star from Ubon Ratchathani who mixes molam with soul and blues.
Advance tickets are B350 and B550. For more information, check out the organizers’ official Facebook page.
Nov 27-29. Ubol Ratana Dam, Tambon Khuean Ubolratana, Amphoe Ubolratana, Khon Kaen