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Kunpimook Bhuwakul, 22, known by his nickname BamBam as a member of South Koream boy band Got7, will bring his “Black Feather” fan-meeting tour to Central Plaza in Khon Kaen tomorrow at 6pm and the Splash Beach Resort Maikhao in Phuket on Sunday at 5pm.

Kunpimook Bhuwakul, 22, known by his nickname BamBam as a member of South Koream boy band Got7, will bring his “Black Feather” fan-meeting tour to Central Plaza in Khon Kaen tomorrow at 6pm and the Splash Beach Resort Maikhao in Phuket on Sunday at 5pm.

Passes cost Bt2,500 to Bt4,900 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Lany make it a double

BEC-Tero has added a second Lany show after the American pop trio’s original date sold out. There’s now a second chance to see the Malibu Nights World Tour, on July 29 at GMM Live House in Bangkok.

Paul Klein, Jake Goss and Les Priest will be arriving via Malaysia and before continuing on to Japan, South Korea and other destinations.

Seats cost Bt1,800 and Bt2,800 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.

Memories are forever

The Cassette Festival, a set of 1990s rewind concerts featuring more than 25 nostalgia acts, is set for Royal Paragon Hall on May 24, 25 and 26, with tickets remaining only for the first evening.

Mos Patiparn, Tata Young, Om Sunisa, EkkyTem UHT, Bow Sunita, Nicole Theriault, Tui Teerapat, TarTic Mr Team, Noom Kala, China Doll, Zaza, Fundee-Funden and Project H are among the attractions.

Seats cost Bt2,000 to Bt5,000 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456. Part of the proceeds goes to Friends for Life.

Zak tells his tale

Zak Chumpae, who went from country boy to luk thung star with 500 million views of the video for his debut song “Kham Paeng”, will have a “Tam Hoy Kham Paeng” fan meeting at Tonmai Music in Khon Kaen on Sunday at 5.30pm.

He’ll talk about his life and his struggles to eke out a living before hitting it big in the music biz.

Let Olarn test those ears

The Olarn Project, godfathers of Thai heavy metal, return to the stage for “The Olarn Project: X Fire” at BG Hall on Bangkok’s Rangsit Klong 3 opposite Dream World on April 20.

Ticket cost Bt1,000 at all 7-Elevens and the “Heavy Organizer” page on Facebook.

 

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