Your handy gig planner for the months ahead. 


Renowned Australian DJ and producer Flume will perform live in Bangkok this Aug 21 at Centerpoint Studio Lasselle. At his first live set in Asia, Flume will premiere his latest mixtape, Hi This is Flume. Flume's second studio album, Skin (2016), gained international recognition and ultimately won the Best Dance/Electronic Album during the 2017 Grammy Awards. Tickets go on via The Concert application, priced at B1,800, B2,300, and B2,600.

Aug 21. Centerpoint Studio Lasselle.


Jordan Rakei

The fast-rising soul jazz artist Jordan Rakei has confirmed he'll be heading to Bangkok on Aug 27. The talented multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter will take the stage at De Commune's new Live House. Tickets are available now via Ticketmelon, priced at B1,200 and B1,500.

Aug 27. De Commune new Live House.


Snow Patrol 

The emotive British rock band will treat Bangkok fans to an acoustic set that's bound to include rom-com soundtrack stapes like “Chasing Cars,” “Run” and "You’re All I Have.” Tickets are B2,400 from Ticketmelon. The tour will also stop by Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia.

Aug 27. Moonstar Studio 8, 701 Lad Phrao Soi 80 (Lad Phrao).


The Japanese House

Amber Bain, better known by her stage name The Japanese House, is set to bring her bewitching vocals to Bangkok for the very first time on Sep 10.  The British indie pop artist will be playing at Siam Square's soon-to-open Lido Connect, where she'll deliver her unique singing style and dreamy music to a Thai audience. Tickets are available via Ticketmajor starting from B1,700.

Sep 10. Lido Connect.


Jeremy Zucker

New Jersey native Jeremy Zucker will play his first ever Asian tour date Sep 10 at Bangkok's Nakarin Space. Zucker will be playing a handful of festival dates in the U.S. and the U.K. before he embarks across the Pacific Ocean for his 2019 Asia tour. Tickets go on sale Aug 4, 10am for B1,800 on Ticketmelon

Sep 10. Nakarin Space.


Wiz Khalifa

American rapper, singer and songwriter Wiz Khalifa has announced that he'll be making his Thailand debut later this year. He'll perform at Central World's GMM LIVE House on Sep 11, with support from Thai rappers Twopee Southside and Maiyarap x Ben Bizzy, before heading to Phuket's megaclub, Illuzion, on Sep 12.

Sep 11. GMM LIVE House @ Central World.


The 1975

The genre-blurring British indie-rock outfit will return to Bangkok as part of their tour of Asia, thanks to Viji Corp, the concert organizer responsible for bringing us The Killers, The xx and soon Lauv. Tickets started at B2,800 on Ticketmelon but are now sold out

Sep 13-14. Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani.


Shawn Mendes

The 20-year-old Canadian singer returns to Bangkok armed with the mega-smash "In My Blood" and other tracks from his 2018 self-titled album. The album was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and "In My Blood" for Song of the Year at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards earlier this year. Tickets start from B2,000 via Thaiticketmajor

Oct 1 . Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani.



This Oct 12, American indie-rock band Nothing will make their way to Bangkok for the first time. The gig will take place at live music venue Speakerbox, which recently moved from Ratchada to a new home in Thonglor's Liberty Plaza. Pre-sale tickets are priced at B700 and regular B1,000 via eventpop.

Oct 12. Speakerbox. Thonglor's Liberty Plaza


Backstreet Boys

The ‘90s American pop heartthrobs prove “Backstreet’s Back” with chart hits like “I Want it That Way” and “Larger Than Life.” Tickets from B3,000 on Thaiticketmajor.

Oct 24. Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani.


Mumford and Sons

The Grammy award-winning, British folk-rock band Mumford and Sons are making their way to Bangkok for the first time this Nov 21 at GMM Live House@CentralWorld. The group behind the smash-hit, “I Will Wait” are about to embark on a two month tour across North America, before playing in Bangkok and Singapore in November. Tickets go on sale Aug 31 at 10am via Thaiticketmajor starting from B1,800. 

Nov 21. GMM Live House@CentralWorld.