BK Weekend: What's on in Bangkok this Jul 19-22
The ultimate guide to what to do in Bangkok this weekend.
Coachella headliner and former duo with record producer Flume, DJ What So Not, will take over the turntable and perform hit tracks like “Gemini”, “Jaguar” and “High You Are”.
Jul 19, 9pm. Beam, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 02-392-7750. B500 on Ticketmelon.
From EDM to hip-hop and everything in between, Los Angeles-based DJCJ is flying into Bangkok for a rocking, bass-heavy party.
Jul 19, 10pm. Sugar, Sukhumvit Soi 11, 061-391-3111. B200-300 includes 1 drink.
As part of the ongoing Bangkok Biennial, nine local and international artists will converge on Bangkok's forst postal office building in the Old Town. Curated by the Charoen Contemporaries art group, the event will feature projection mapping on the Praisaneeyakarn building's facade as well as installations by artists like Miti Ruangkritya, Anon Chaisansook and Wolfgang Bellwinkel exploring and critiquing the history of Thai modernism. Opening on Jul 20, 7pm.
Jul 20-Aug 15. Praisaneeyakarn, Saphan Phut Rd., Phra Nakhon. Event runs Tue-Thu 4-8pm, Fri 4-10pm and Sat-Sun 2-10pm. Free.
This weekend, enjoy 14 short documentary films and 4 workshop on ‘Shewitdeedeetheeklangmuang’ (Happy life in Bangkok), a collaboration between Documentary Club and Thai PBS presenting the urban lifestyle and talk related to aspects from different generations. Taking place in the Doc Club Theater through Jul 20-22 , each day you’ll have the opportunity to see three short films, late will be the workshop. See all program and register here.
Jul 20, 10pm-3am. Whiteline, Silom Soi 8. B300.
Isaan soul singer Rasmee returns to the stage to showcase songs from her forthcoming album.
Jul 21, 9pm. Russeluno Cafe Bkk, 101/1 Sukhumvit Soi 63 (Ekkamai). B400 includes 1 drink.
The California-hailing rapper and his full band The Free Nationals will take to Bangkok’s Voice Space stage on Jul 23. Following the massive success of his 2014 contemporary-funk album Venice, .Paak has also gained recognition for his collaboration with the Canadian music producer Kaytranada on “Glowed Up” and his work “Bloody Waters” from the Black Panther soundtrack, with Ab-Soul and James Blake.
Jul 23, 8:30pm. Voice Space, BBD Building, 197 Viphavadi Rangsit Rd., 02-650-6000. Tickets are B1,800 on Ticketmelon.
The Canadian pop sensation will have the crowd weeping to classics like “All By Myself,” “Because You Loved Me” and Titanic’s infamous “My Heart Will Go On.”
Jul 23. Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani, 99 Popular Rd., 02-833-4455. B2,000 on Thaiticketmajor.