It’s all about markets this coming weekend.
Throw in a bit of gourmet cuisine, live music and a workshop in essential oils and that’s what we call a smorgasbord of activities.
Here’s our top picks for the days ahead.
The Street Market is back at K Village with a whole host of fashion, crafts and edible treats in store.
The Marriott Sukhumvit 57 is playing host to the BAMBI Bangkok Mothers and Babies International holiday season fair. Be prepared for food, activities and shopping!
Chef Norbert Kostner and son invite you to their 5-course ‘white truffle wine dinner’ at the Pacific City Club with guest sommelier Giulio Saverino.
Japanese singer-songwriter Ichiko Aoba is playing live at Studio Lam this weekend.
Her impressive resume includes collaborations with Ryuichi Sakamoto, Haruomi Hosono and Keigo Oyamada (Cornelius), 4 album releases, 15 citiy tours during Japan Tour 2014 and a performance at Fuji Rock Festival 2013.
The monthly gourmet food and cuisine market is back at Spring Summer restaurant in Thonglor.
Kontraband is back at Dark Bar stimulating your minds and hearing with Hip-Hop, Bass, Dubstep, Dub Techno, UK Funky, Footwork, Ballroom, Drum’n’Bass, all the way from 70BPM to 180BPM. There’ll be a one-time only reinforced sound system too.
The mini live music festival is back at Rockademy in A Square on Soi 26, featuring performances from Lomosonic, Mattnimare, The Whitest Crow and Aire.
Soulmade Yoga and Tearoom is hosting an essential oils workshop with expert Marisa Cranfill Young. Admission is free and the workshop comprehensive with chance for sharing and Q&A.
Eat, drink and be happy at EmQuartier’s food festival, featuring Michelin-starred chefs in pop-up restaurants, 16 artisanal international food stalls and daily entertainment.
Checkinn99 will host its third annual Jazz Day Fest featuring many great international and local artists. The live music from over 40 jazz musicians will be playing from 1pm till 9pm.
It’s all about acoustic live bands at Craft on Soi 23 this Sunday – a blend of Blues, Rock, Pop, and many other genres complemented by craft beer and Daniel Thaiger’s famous burgers.
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