Noel Gallagher, a vintage market, an ABBA tribute party and so much more.
Touring as solo project Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the famous British guitarist is back in Bangkok. Regular tickets cost B3,600 (via Ticketmelon) with VIP options for B4,600.
Nov 30, 7pm. Live Park Rama 9
New Orleans-based Eyehategod brings its hard-charging brand of sludge metal to Bangkok. Regular tickets price at B750 (via Ticketmelon) and B1,000 at the door.
Nov 30, 6-11:30pm. De Commune, Liberty Plaza.
Indie icon Gus Dapperton is bringing his brand of bedroom pop (and famous fashion) to Bangkok this Dec 1. He’ll play tracks from his debut LP, “Where Polly People Go to Read,” at Live Arena RCA. The album was completely written, recorded, mixed and produced by the New York native. Early bird spots are sold out. Regular admission tickets (B1,590) are on sale now via Ticketmelon.
Dec 1, 8pm. Live Arena @ RCA.
Thonglor late-night institution 12 x 12 turns five on Nov 29, and they’re celebrating with live music, happy hour deals until midnight and a party that will surely run until the wee hours.
810/22 Thararom 2 Alley.
Talad Noi’s sanctuary for underground art and music dabbles in kitsch with a night devoted to the Swedish supergroup ABBA. Local tribute band Super Trouper will play the hits, cocktails will venture into Swedish-inspired territory and DJs will keep the party going until late.
Foo John Building, 831 Charoenkrung 31.
This exhibition at WTF features unique, handmade rugs created by Portuguese artist Celia Esteves—founder of contemporary design brand GUR—and Thai artist Somrak Sila. You can also see the work of Thai and Thailand-based artists Lee Anantawat, Marc Stuart, Parvit Tae Pichienrangsan and Saran Yen Panya at the exhibition.
Nov 28-Jan 12, 2020. WTF Café & Gallery, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51.
This pop-up design exhibition and store will feature the collaborative work of two rising stars in Bangkok: fashion designer Takara Wong and street photographer Kanrapee.
Nov 25-30, Rom Design 50/8, Soi Ari 4, 090-971-4212
Thai illustrator Kantapon Metheekul, the artist known as Gongkan, showcases his fun, minimal work across three rooms within the RCB Galleria at River City.
Nov 28, 10am-8pm. RCB Galleria, F/2, River City.
Alliance Francaise ramps up the Christmas vibes with its awesome open-air market. Expect food, jewelry, clothes, books, toys and much more.
Nov 30. Alliance Francaise, 179 Witthayu Rd.
The annual Phloenchit Fair returns to Bangkok Patana this Nov 30, bringing family-friendly fun, ice cold drinks and live music to the school’s spacious grounds.
10am-9pm. 643 Soi Lasalle, Bang Na.
Siri House celebrates arts, crafts and all things vintage at this upscale market. Expect vinyl from Olympic Diggers, men’s vintage goods from Wooden Submarine, men’s accessories by Sprezzatura and women’s vintage designer accessories from Trashback among the hundreds of vendors in attendance.
Nov 30-Dec 1, 1-10pm. Siri House, No 14/2 Soi Somkid, Ploenchit Rd.
Hop aboard the second-ever floating pride party, featuring drag shows, live performances and a ton of singing and dancing to everything from EDM to reggaeton.
Dec 7. Bangkok Docks, opposite Charoenkrung Soi 57. 086-228-2666. B800
Find January depressing? Then here’s some good news: Irish funny man Ardal O’Hanlon, Best known for his role as Father Dougal McGuire in the legendary British-made sitcom Father Ted, is coming to Bangkok on Jan 17. Early bird tickets are priced at B950 (via Ticketflap).
Jan 17, 8pm. Lancaster Hotel Bangkok, 1777 New Petchaburi Rd.