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Jan 21. 2018
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Kolour in the Park – Bangkok’s biggest open air house and techno festival – is back for its fourth year, taking place at Thai Wake Park in Pathum Thani province on February 24 and 25.

This year, Kolour in the Park promises to be the most impressive event to date, dedicated to delivering an immersive experience combining music, art, sport, interactive daytime activities and top class night-time party vibes. 

The line-up showcases a broader variety of music including more alternative live performance acts, while remaining a strong lead in house and techno. Already signed up for the show are Mat.Joe, a German duo known for their crispy house beats paired with rhythmic soul and hip hop elements, Nakadia, the Berlin-based Thai techno icon, Pomo, the Canadian multi-instrumentalist and producer who makes electronic beats influenced by house, 70s and 80s funk, and Youngr, a solo outlet for Dario Darnell, a songwriter, producer, instrumentalist, and vocalist who makes eclectic, slightly left-of-centrw house music.

Participants will get to enjoy Kolour lifestyle activities including lake swimming, games, arts & crafts and free massages. The open layout at Thai Wake Park will be turned into a festival ground with two stages – a new 180-degree formation with multiple platforms where fans can experience the main acts from different heights and interact, and a second lake side stage.

Kolour in the Park is one of many under the Kolour event series, with one single goal and commitment in mind: to offer fresh new sounds and unique party experiences to audiences in Thailand, while growing the House and Techno music genre fan base. The multicultural team comprising of both local Thais and foreign Bangkok residents from various backgrounds and nationalities come together to exchange and leverage their entertainment, music and nightlife experiences and reinforce their position as the biggest and only dedicated event organiser focusing on house, techno, and electronica music genre. Following Kolour in the Park, the Kolour team will also be working on exclusive parties with underground concepts, including Kolour Warehouse, Kolour Live, Kolour Beachside and Kolour Sundays.

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