Fungjai's second virtual concert, a 360-degree VR club night, a musical watch party and a talk about China's dams.
Kick off your weekend at this 360-degree virtual club, accessible by smartphone or VR, with underground electronic music from Marmosets, DJ Sweed and NT66 and real time visual effects. Once you’re “inside,” you can capture “capsules”—the two partygoers who have collected the most by the end will receive free merchandise from host, Tempo.
Apr 23, 11pm-3am. Facebook Live
Tune into this radio collaboration between Studio Lam and Zudrangma Records for funky music from Dangdut Banget and Mads Nimann Jensen.
Apr 24, 6pm. On the website
Music streaming service, event organizer and online music zine Fungjai returns with its second on-screen festival. Expect big-name local artists like H 3 F, Whal and Dolph and many more.
Join Bangkok Community Theatre for a musical watch party of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies”—the sequel to Phantom of the Opera—which will be offered free for 48 hours this weekend.
Apr 25, 6pm. Via link—email firstname.lastname@example.org for access
Organized by Hackathon Thailand, this free-to-enter contest invites anyone with bold ideas for fighting the virus—whether it’s reducing the number of new infections, facilitating online education or alleviating some of the economic burden—to bring them to the table for a chance to win grants of up to B300,000.
Apr 24-27. For more information, visit the Hackathon Thailand website
Want to get to the bottom of why #MilkTeaAlliance is trending on Twitter? Then join this talk by the FCCT, when a panel of Southeast Asia experts will discuss new findings on China's dams and their role in controlling water flows downstream through the Mekong region.
Apr 23, 7-9pm. Facebook Live
Join this pickling tutorial by Six Senses, which will teach you the funky wonders of everything from crunchy kraut to plant yogurt and dill pickles.
Apr 27, 2pm. Facebook Live
Join Paron School of Art for this online, live video class, which will teach you how to recreate David Hockney’s colorful works with acrylics on canvas.
May 1, 4:30-7:30pm. Zoom. Advance registration required. B1,600, including all art materials (delivered to your home)