You’ve got an extra day this month. How are you going to spend it? Well, it’s also the day the second Dune movie hits Thai cinemas, so you’re probably going to be trying to get a seat. But never fear—fear is the mindkiller—because there’s still plenty to do outside of the theater this weekend. We’ve got live comedy from international comedians like Ron Josol, drag shows at Earth House, a Feb 29 party on the river, live music, and a lot of brunch. 




Origins at Mustache

It’s one of Bangkok’s favorite places to party, and this weekend they’re bringing the noise with Cello and Saint Vincent to get to the origins of techno. This party kicks off at 9pm and goes late. B400 with a free drink, Mustache


Extra Moon Party

It’s February 29th, and Bangkok’s favorite floating party is celebrating our extra day with a bash. This weekend you can check out dancing, beer, pong and more on Bangkok Island starting at 5pm. Tickets here, Bangkok Island


[Brought to you by Crimson Room]

Crimson Room’s Jazz Age cocktails


Come gather ‘round people, for Crimson Room has unveiled a new Jazz Age-inspired cocktail menu, "The Times They Are A-Changin'". Featuring 16 drinks with a modern twist, the menu takes guests on a historical and flavorful journey through Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Signature cocktails include the "Crimson Room No5," a nod to a classic fragrance, and the "Market Crash," reflecting the era's highs and lows mixed with the sophistication of today. Experience the Roaring Twenties reimagined at this Bangkok jazz bar. Book here, Crimson Room



Paint and Wine

Release your inner dragon and sip some vino at the Hive in Phra Khanong this weekend for the return of Paint and Wine, which will be concentrating your colors on making a dragon of your very own. Tickets here, Hive Phra Khanong


[Brought to you by The PARQ]

“She Rises”

The PARQ celebrates International Women's Day with a two-day event titled “She Rises”. On March 5, join a talk featuring women leaders and experts, namely Cris Horwang, Wanida Praparat, Natasha Soontornvinate, and Dr. Apichat Jariyavilas, sharing their experiences and advice on empowerment and well-being. Activities include counseling sessions, health tests, and fashion exhibits. On March 16, enjoy Brew Yoga by Brew Yoga Thailand and a swing dance party by Jelly Roll Dance Club on the rooftop, as well as live music and an after-party. There will also be a flea market where renowned health and beauty brands like Birtive, Peaches Active, Fit With Plant, Yogurt Culture, Cheat Day by Modish and Le Glow are setting up shop. Tickets here, The PARQ. 




Rock the Box

Hit up Thonglor’s favorite spot for live music this weekend for a wild night of five bands playing the covers you love. Skydonkey, Flying Bird Kicks, The AA, Counting Duck, and Phayathai Chord will all be taking the stage. B300, Speakerbox


Stand-up by Ron Josol

Canadian-Filipino TV comedian Ron Josol will be filling the upstairs of the Royal Oak this weekend for a stand-up show. Known for his work on Amazon Prime, Showtime, and Comedy Central, this act has decades of experience under his belt and you can see him this weekend at Comedy Club Bangkok. Tickets here, Comedy Club Bangkok 


Calling All Poets

Troubadours and raconteurs will want to make their way down to Fig Lobby this Friday for a night of poetry, spoken word, and all things lyrical. It’s an open mic and it kicks off at 7pm. More info here, Fig Lobby


Women in Mixology

Ahead of International Women’s Day, cocktail lovers can hit up Banyan Tree Bangkok for a night of important entrepreneurs, mixologists, and experts on everything that makes booze great. Tickets here, Banyan Tree Bangkok 

Vinka at Bloqyard

It’s not just where you get your grub, Bloqyard can party. The space turns up the 90’s hip-hop, soul, and funk with DJ Vinka starting at 7pm across from one of Bangkok’s most famous addresses. More info here, Bloqyard


Garden Sessions: Mardi Gras

Three DJs and three drag shows will kick off at Earth House this Friday. DJs BFD, Matt Harris, and DuNasty will be kicking off this party, which will run from 6pm to late. With beers starting at B79, can you afford not to go? More info here, Earth House




Subculture Afterparty

The Subculture party isn’t over by a long shot. The official afterparty for Subculture lands this weekend at Spaceplus, kicking off a very late party at 11pm. Tickets are available at the door only. Table booking here, Spaceplus


Vapor Trails on Starry Hails

Bangkok’s favorite dive for live music is putting on a night of three bands which will hit the stage starting at 8pm. Look for Vimutti, Noxnoi, and Gad on the stage at Jam. B300, Jam


Bark and Booze Brunch

Take your four-legged friends out for a bit of tipple and snacks this weekend as The Deck puts on a special pet-friendly brunch with goodies for you and for your best friend from 11am to 3pm. Free entry, The Deck


Lights Out

Doors open at 9pm as Levels—complete with a new terrace—turns the lights out for four acts who will be hitting the decks for a wild show at this thumping Soi 11 club. More info here, Levels 


Raan Dung Ross Ded

One of the city’s poshest hotels is putting on their spread of high-end street food at Raan Dung Ross Ded. Eat as much as you want (or as much as you can) from this street food buffet. Tickets here, Shangri-la




So Sunday Brunch

The Red Oven Sunday brunch returns this Sunday starting at noon and running until 3pm—a smorgasbord of seafood on ice, lobster, and traditional Thai dishes. Tickets here, So Bangkok 


Dune at Arcadia

So, you know the second part of Dennis Villanueve’s Dune is coming to theaters this weekend, but did you know you can catch the original (and divisive) version from 1984 this Sunday at Arcadia in Phra Khanong? Well, you do now. Free entry, Arcadia Barcade


Igniv Sunday Brunch

There are brunches and there are brunches. This one from one of Bangkok’s hottest fine dining spots comes from the mind of Chef David Hartwig and team, and you can grab a bite of the Swiss Alps right next to the Ratchadamri stop. Tickets here, Igniv

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