Well, hello there, Bangkok.
It’s a big one this weekend. We’ve got comedy, markets, murder and a s***-load of DJ sets by European deckmasters that we’ve never heard of.
Here are our top picks for the weekend ahead.
There’s still tickets available for Chef Mod’s pop-up dinner party “A Culinary Journey Through Thailand”. Think four courses of delicious Asian fusion food that you’ve never tried before.
To be held at a secret Thonglor location – although we’ve heard word from the bird that The Hive co-working space is expecting visitors…
Bangkok Community Theatre present their murder mystery dinner theatre, Fanfare To Murder, at the DoubleTree Sukhumvit. There’s no sales on the door so ensure you get your tickets in advance – the play runs until 14 November.
We promised you murder…
Pool party season begins with a bang at AmBar this weekend in the Four Points by Sheraton. There’ll be live DJs, drinks deals and special Hooters entertainment (oo-er!).
Dress code is bikinis for the ladies and trunks for the guys.
Quirky Moose Bar is playing host to a ‘HiSo House Night’ on Friday with guest DJs KingKong, Funky Gangster and Suharit.
It’s open mic night at Overground Bar and Cafe on Soi 22 with a host of acts to entertain and tickle you from the Hilarious Bangkokers. It’s FREE ENTRY with cracking drinks deals available and the seminal DJ Pornstache will be playing his beats throughout the night.
Above Eleven is playing host to the internationally renowned DJ Neon this weekend, whose impressive roster includes gigs in Ibiza and Tomorrow before this, his Bangkok debut. You can enjoy free shots by 42 Below as well as the talents of resident Deejay Luck-E.
Don’t miss the first installment of Gateway Ekamai’s Retro Market this weekend. There’ll be food trucks, live music and over 100 stalls teeming with vintage and handmade goods.
Brit-based DJ Cristoph will be making his Bangkok debut at Glow on Friday night. Support comes in the form of Kerian Sharples & Salke, Sanhu Hargun and local talent, SEN YAI.
K-Village are hosting their first ever Thanksgiving Market this weekend with over 100 stalls selling food, drinks and arts and crafts.
Whip out the old Stars and Stripes and get yourself down there!
Featured image is a still from ‘Fanfare to Murder’ by the Bangkok Community Theatre