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Rapping like a superstar

Jun 05. 2019
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Twopee – one of the biggest names in hip hop coming out of Thailand and co-founder of Phuket’s rap duo Southside – is all set to perform live at Sugar Club in Phuket on June 17.

Crowned “Rap Is Now” Artist of the Year and GQ Man of the Year, Twopee is a force that isn’t looking to slow down anytime soon

Entry is Bt200 including a drink. Make a reservation by calling (098) 889 8590 or email

Justly Justus

After an amazing show in 2018, DJ Justus, the young talented DJ & producer from The Netherlands, returns to Bangkok next Thursday for a gig at Levels Club on Sukhumvit Soi 11. 

Since his career start in 2015, he’s been playing in top clubs all over the world, spinning the latest top hits combined with some classics and exciting house music mashups.

Tickets are Bt300 for men and Bt200 for women. For more information and reservations, call (082) 308 3246. 

A Rose by any other name

English singer-songwriter and musician Lucy Rose is another star coming back to Bangkok and she’ll be performing at Live Arena on RCA on June 16.

Tickets cost Bt750 at

It’s a Knockout!

Thailand Band Knockout – a music competition organised by Kodindy and Gold City – is back for its second year and this year is on the theme “Let’s Go: Sai Lui Mai Khui Hai Sia Wela”. 

An invitation to take part is being extended to students from high schools nationwide who are eager to show off their musical creativity with a band.

The band must rearrange the theme song, “Let’s Go”, which can be downloaded at, and play it live then record it on the band’s YouTube, before sending it to fan page Thailand BAND Knockout together with an application form before July 30.

The 24 qualified bands will be announced on the fan page on August 11 at 6pm. Scholarships and other prizes worth Bt3 million are up for grabs.

For more information, visit or scan QR at

Nichkhun comes “Home”

Nichkhun Horvejkul, the sole Thai member of South Korea’s popular boy band 2PM, will make his debut solo concert, titled “Home”, at Chaeng Wattana Hall on the fifth floor of Central Chaeng Wattana on July 27 at 6pm.

Nichkhun released his debut solo album “Me”, the end of last year. It features such tracks as “Lucky Charm” as well as the English & Korean versions of “Umbrella”.

Tickets cost from Bt2,000 to Bt5,000 at 


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