Japanese rock, a Taiwanese film festival, Dudesweet's 17th anniversary, a market for film camera enthusiasts and a women’s empowerment summit.
Old school dance party vibes with turntables and live vinyl spinning modern funk, boogie, disco and electro-funk.
Nov 1, 9pm. Studio Lam, 3/1 Sukhumvit Soi 51, 02-261-6661. Free
The Dutch electronic DJ duo—known for tracks like “Shadowing” and “Waschmachine”—perform in Bangkok for the first time.
Nov 1, 9:30pm. Glow, 96/4-5 Sukhumvit Soi 23, 086-614-3355. B450
Celebrate the second year of Thonglor’s underground music shelter with a long lineup of local talents.
Nov 2, 8pm. De Commune, 1/F Liberty Plaza, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 088-419-7380. B300
Enter a digital arcade world of twisting techno music spun by French DJs.
Bangkok’s most energetic organizer is celebrating its 17th anniversary with a three-floor house party. Expect hip-hop and R&B by DJ Mother Pichy on the first floor, techno with the MELA crew on the second floor and Indie rock beats with Dudesweet DJs on the third floor.
Nov 2, 7pm. Whiteline, Silom Soi 8, 087-061-1117. B460 includes one drink
Pool parties may be done to death but there's a new kid on the block looking to switch things up by bringing the trend all the way out to On Nut.
Nov 3. Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel, 2089 Sukhumvit Rd. B350 early bird/B500 (includes one drink)
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BMC is a new music festival aimed at industry elite—like a tradeshow with stages. It is designed to bolster Thailand as a world-class music destination, and showcase new talent.
Nov 1-3, noon. Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC), 1160 Central Post Office, Charoenkrung Rd., 02-105-7400. Free
The Japanese acoustic star brings her bewitching voice to Bangkok.
The Japanese four-piece indie band returns to Bangkok, with a new album.
A mini-concert gathering up-and-coming local and international artists like Survive Said The Prophet (Japan), Flesh Juicer (Taiwan), Sleeping Sheep (Thailand) and more.
Nov 3, 2pm. Live RCA Arena, 098-974-6974. B1,000 via Eventpop
“There is no shadow without light” is a solo exhibition by Studio Kitta.
Through Nov 13. 10 ml Cafe Gallery, 65/21 Vibhavadi Rangsit Soi 16/6, 987-677-8311. Free
Tangled-line paintings with mysterious meanings developed by Chinese artist Wang Huangsheng.
Through Nov 15. River City Bangkok, 23 Charoenkrung Soi 24. Free
Theekawut Boonvijit and Warawut Tourawong are talented local artists exhibiting dreamy floral portraiture and lifelike oils.
Through Dec 14. Ardel’s Third Place Gallery, 137 Thonglor Soi 10, 02-422-2092. Free
Installation art and a photography exhibition built around the theme of social change, by two talented artists: Julie Weitz and Porramet "Leo" Jittaksa.
Through Dec 18. Bridge Art Space, 75 Charoenkrung Soi 51, 087-682-2221. Free.
Get to know Taiwan better. This free documentary film screening shines insight into Taiwanese culture, and includes a special talk with filmmakers to follow.
Oct 30-Nov 3, 5:30pm. SFW, 7/F CentralWorld, 99/999 Rama I Rd. Free
Thailand’s first women’s empowerment summit is designed to awaken strength, courage, and happiness in women through the power of storytelling, workshops, art, gourmet food and experiences which connect and empower.
Nov 2, 8pm. Centara Grand at CentralWorld, 99/999 Rama I Rd. Regular tickets priced at B8,000 via Ticketmelon
Unleash your creativity with an oil painting workshop that will teach you how to blend colors and use special techniques to render light and shadow. Sounds complex, but it is suitable for all skill levels.
Nov 2, 3pm. Top Yard, 3/F, The Commons, Thonglor Soi 17, 089-152-2677. B1,900/person via the website
A weekend fleamarket with pop-up art, fashion and food, plus an outdoor cinema by the pool.
Nov 2, 4pm. Ardel Gallery Of Modern Art, 99/45 Boromratchonnanee Rd., 02-422-2092. Free.
This ‘70s-themed market brings art, craft sand street food together—with a special focus on film cameras and photography gadgets.
Nov 2-3, 4pm. The Jam Factory, 41/1-5 Charoen Nakhon Rd., 02-861-0950. Free