Bangkok Music City returns for its second run!
Following its inaugral festival last year, Bangkok Music City is the country's first-ever international music conference and showcase festival. Continuing its mission to celebrate Thailand's and the entire Asia-Pacific region's diverse music scenes even amidst the pandemic, the festival is taking the party online parallel with a small-scale showcase.
The festival will place on 28 - 29 November at Bangkok's Glowfish Sathorn, for it's Thai based acts, and will be streamed online for its international guests and viewers.
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Much like the previous year, there will be both a music festival inviting musicians and artists from all over the region, as well as conference that feature talks and workshops on the music industry, marketing, online content, and more.
Festival tickets start at 10 USD ( 300 THB / 477 PHP / 13 SGD) for the online show, and at 16.50 USD ( 500 THB / 795 PHP / 22 SGD) for the offline showcase. While tickets start 33 USD ( 1000 THB / 1588 PHP / 44 SGD) and 42 USD ( 1300 THB / 2064 PHP / 57.50 SGD) for the online and offline conference, respectively. There are also packages available to attend both the festival and conference. All tickets can purchased via Ticketmelon.
The 2-day festival is set to feature an array artists from all over the globe, including Singapore's M1LDL1FE, the Philippines' She’s Only Sixteen, Lions & Acrobats, One Click Straight, Bawal Clan, Smow, and Zack Tabudlo, Indonesia's FLEUR!, and Leonardo Ringo, Indonesia's Euseng Seto, and Malaysia's Kent Lee, as well as acts from Japan, Korea, Australia, Scotland, France, India, and more.
They join notable Thai acts in the likes of My Life as Ali Thomas, daynim, electric.neon.lamp, DOGWHINE, S.O.L.E., Lukpeach, Yew, Zom Marie, and many more.
Check out the full lineup below:
For more information, visit Bangkok Music City's official website.