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Know your Arch Enemy

Mar 07. 2019
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Swedish “melodic death metal” band Arch Enemy will bring their Asian tour to Bangkok on March 30 for a rousing gig at Live Arena RCA.

With 10 studio albums, three live albums, three video albums and four Eps, they’ve got a lot of material to feed into the shredder. 

Tickets cost Bt1,000 to Bt3,500 at and (02) 262 3456.

Soybad not bad at all

The Zaap and Clap-produced event series D15 Nights Freestyler will be back at Arena 10 on Thonglor Soi 10 on March 9 with a live performance by YouTube phenomenon Soybad and Korean DJ Danu.

Book a table at (085) 253 2000 or on Line at @barbarbarbkk.

Rooftop ‘Envision’

Trance Lovers Thailand is throwing a trance-music party called “Envision” at Club XS on top of the W District building on March 9, featuring top local and foreign DJs such as Simon O’Shine, Dan Buri and Sam Laxton. Get a pass from

Popped in from Bali

Up-and-coming Dutch DJ-producer Nick Sijmen will be hammering out tunes at Bangkok’s Insanity Nightclub on March 13. 

He’s played major venues in Europe and Asia and performed alongside Afrojack, Axwell, Bassjackers, DJ Chuckie, Sidney Samson and Wiwek. He now hosts his own monthly night at Sky Garden Bali.

Make a date at (082) 731 8885 or via Line at @insanity.

Russians are coming

The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michel Tilkin is presenting “Russian Virtuosity” at the Thailand Cultural Centre on March 29, featuring Bulgarian pianist Dora Deliyska. 

The programme includes Glinka’s “Russian and Ludmilla Overture”, Prokofiev’s “Piano Concerto No 3” and Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No 6 (Pathetique)”.

Tickets cost Bt400 to Bt2,000 at and (02) 262 3456.

Special screening

The Mexican Embassy in Bangkok and the BACC mark International Women’s Day with a special screening of triple Oscar winning film “Roma” by Alfonso Cuaron.

It shows at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre’s BACC fifth floor Auditorium tomorrow at 2pm and again at 5. The film is in Spanish with English subtitles.

Admission is free but seating is limited. Donations will be welcomed on site to #saveyourbacc#yourbacc.


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