A Stranger Things concert, Karma Kruise, an LGBTQ+ exhibition and a party collab between Beam and Tropic City.
The Norwegian indie pop-rock singer performs in Bangkok for the second time, bringing hits like “Everytime.”
Nov 22. Voice Space, BBD Building (Viphavdi), 197 Viphavadi Rangsit Rd. B2,000 via Ticketmelon
The composer duo behind the dark, mysterious, '80s-influenced score to hit Netflix show Stranger Things perform live.
Nov 23, 8pm. KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theater, 7/F Siam Square One, 388 Rama I Rd. B1,800 via Ticketmelon
For a taste of retro experimental indie, don't miss this British math-rock band’s first-ever Bangkok show, with support from Thai-Japanese post-rock instrumentalists PHY.
Red Bull is back with another celebration of DJ culture, bringing six national finalists to the decks—STEEZ, DJ Jedi, EXDee, DJ-NUTTY, BABYCA$H and EN2—to impress the judges and the crowd.
Nov 22, 7:30pm-2am. The Club at Koi, 39/F, Sathorn Square, Narathiwas Rd. Free
Let loose at Beam with the return of this Australian electronic music producer.
Karma Klique are setting sail once again with a techno- and house-fueled boat party down the Chao Phraya. Expect five hours of tunes from Cleveland (Luxembourg), Jennifer Loveless (Australia), Sunju Hargun (Thailand) and more. A free, daytime pre-party will take place in the Talad Noi’s Baan-Rim Nam Chinese warehouse.
Nov 23. Departs from River City, 23 Soi Charoenkrung Soi 24. B1,400 here
Two of Bangkok’s party powerhouses—Tropic City and Beam—join forces for an epic Sunday getdown at 72 Courtyard. Expect house and disco tunes from Montreal-based DJ Project Pablo, Swedish duo Mumsfilibaba, Jam On Toast and Transport, bites from chef Steve Doucakis’ newly opened international izakaya Little Donkey, tropical cocktails and an after party at Beam.
Nov 24, 4pm. 1/F, 72 Courtyard, 72 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor). B600 via Ticketmelon (includes one Asahi)
Witness four teams of aspiring comedians battle it out for a place in the finals on Nov 29.
This collaboration between Hong Kong-based Sunpride Foundation and the BACC invites 59 artists from 15 countries to exhibit their works, exploring LGBTQ+ creative history in Southeast Asia and beyond.
Nov 23-Mar 1. F/7-8, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939 Rama 1 Rd.
Back for the third time, this art party will feature artword and over 100 stickers from 20 local artists designed with a retro arcade theme, accompanied by a lineup of DJs.
This pop-up design exhibition and store will feature a collaboration between two of Bangkok’s rising stars, fashion designer Takara Wong and street photographer Kanrapee.
Nov 25-30, Rom Design 50/8, Soi Ari 4, 090-971-4212
Nov 22-24, 1pm-midnight. The Royal Horse Guard Riding Club, Sanam Pao. Free entry
This new outdoor market brings over 30 eco-friendly vendors to the organic lifestyle brand’s headquarters on Sukhumvit Soi 49. Expect organic and vegan food, sustainable products, natural skin care, homeware and clothing, along with interesting workshops.
Nov 23, 10am-3pm. 9/2 Sukhumvit Soi 49/6, (Thonglor Soi 23), 02-084-8649, Free entry
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 spun by four DJs.
Dec 7. Bangkok Docks, opposite Charoenkrung Soi 57. 086-228-2666. B800 here