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Electro at its best

Nov 21. 2018
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808 Festival - Thailand’s leading electronic dance music festival - is back for its sixth year at Live Park Rama IX next month.

Taking place over the December 8-9 weekend from 3pm until late, the EDM festival brings a host of international stars to Bangkok including Armin Van Buuren, Skrillex, Vini Vici, NWYR, REZZ, Troyboi and Whethan.

Reservation for tickets costing Bt3,199 plus postage can be made at

Your money and your life

Also coming up is the financial exhibition “Money Expo Year-End 2018”, which makes a return to Halls 99 and 100 of Bitec Bangna from November 29 to December 2.

The second annual financial exhibition is designed to showcase convenient and comprehensive financial services and investments, including home loans, car loans, education loans, SME loans, life insurance savings, savings lottery, bonds and investment in the stock market such as Derivatives, Include Debt. 

It’s open on all days from 10am to 8pm.

Get more details at (02) 691 4126-30 extension 1317, visit or join the conversation at Facebook: Money Expo.

Bangkok’s ‘big day out’

The Ploenchit Fair, the biggest fair in Asia, returns this Saturday to its original home at the British Embassy Bangkok from 10am to 8pm.

Designed as a traditional British fairground, it offers a great opportunity to meet all your friends, pick up some fabulous bargains, sample great international cuisine, exhaust the children with a variety of funfair games and rides, or just knock back some champagne, cold beer or even Pimms while enjoying great bands who perform throughout the afternoon on the main stage.

Find out more at

All revved up

Learn everything there is to know about new cars at the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo 2018 taking place at Challenger Halls 1-3, Muang Thong Thani, from November 29 to December 10.

The Motor Expo, whose concept this year is “Enjoy Driving! Before the Driverless Era”, consists of 36 car companies and 23 motorcycle companies.

Tickets are Bt100 at the door and the Expo is open daily from noon to 10pm. 

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Downtown Christmas cheer 

The Teddy Bears Charity Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will brighten up the Rembrandt Hotel & Towers, Bangkok from December 1 to January 7 at 6pm.

This beautiful traditional event offers a chance to get into the festive mood and is enhanced by a live pianistin the lobby, Christmas carols and a visit by Santa Claus, Christmas cocktails, and the sale of festive goods and teddy bears.

Ticket cost Bt350 at the hotel with part of the proceeds going to the Thai Red Cross Aids Research Centre.


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