Pride parade, high heels, farmer’s market, DJ’s galore, and Something Wicked.
Thursday, June 2
Wear your highest heels, and every inch will get you a 10% discount on drinks; enjoy the cabaret show from 5:00pm-11:00pm. Free entry, 1826 Mixology & Rooftop Bar.
Have some laughs with Charles the French, Harvey Walden, Jonathan Samson, and Pule at the Garage Burger and Grill from 8pm to late. B350, Garage Burger & Grill.
Friday, June 3
You may have caught them during their soft opening, but Friday is the official launch of Bangkok’s only voodoo bar. Swing around to On Nut for swampy blues, cocktails (potions) on ouija boards, and bayou style. Free entry, Something Wicked.
Alongside food from the Park Hyatt’s Christian Hinckley and a silent auction, this black tie event will feature two a cappella groups and the Thai Youth Orchestra for the charity event of the season. B25,000 per plate, Park Hyatt Bangkok.
Indulge with wine connoisseur Paul Edouard Gillard from Dublin’s Carton House, featuring a Belgian dinner starting at 7pm. Reservation only. B2,000 per person. Belga Rooftop Bar & Brasserie.
Classical music fans can spend Friday listening to Berlioz’s "Symphonie Fantastique" hosted by La Fête starting at 7pm, with another showing on Jun 4 at 4:00pm. B1,500/ B1,000/ B800/ B600/ B400 via Ticket melon, Prince Mahidol Hall.
Saturday, June 4
Enjoy a midday meal with the Chim Chim brunch masters for funky music and drinks with DJ Argas Tat. Free entry, Chim Chim Bangkok.
This is where the jazzy people hang out. Look forward to live performances with Dale Barlow on sax and flute, Kom Wongsawat on piano, Teerawat Tunboot on bass, and, as ever, Mr Sticks on the drums. B350, Foojohn Jazz Club.
Listen to lively Irish tunes from the Dubliners, Pogues, and more with live fiddle, accordion, drums, and guitar. Advanced bookings are recommended. B300, Smalls.
Watch six LGBTQI+ movement films, and enjoy the plush surroundings of the Kimpton Maa-Lai. Limited seats are available. Free entry and reservation only, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok.
This local favorite pop-up event will get you your fruits and veg and so much more, supporting local businesses and trying something new, from 11am-7pm. Free entry. 2nd floor, Gateway Ekkamai.
Sunday, June 5
This is the pride parade that changed Thailand. Express yourself, be you, and join in the fun with pride starting at 4pm. Stay safe—because this one is going to be crowded. Free entry, parade begins at Wat Khaek on Silom Road.
Just because it’s Sunday doesn’t mean you can’t party. After the parade, head to Khaosan to help fundraise to support Bangkok Naruemit Pride and Songkhla Pride. B400, via LINE, Mischa Cheap.
Overdrive magazine created a contest for acoustic lovers. Head to Siam Paragon to see 24 talented guitarists on Saturday and Sunday starting at noon. Free entry. 1st floor Fashion Hall, Siam Paragon.
Everyone’s favorite Cuban-style bar is hosting a salsa party on sunday. Learn, cut a rug, or just go for the fun when doors open at 6pm; classes begin at 8pm, and the party at Havana Social goes late as ever. Free entry, reservations here, Havana Social.