Cheese buffet, French market, wine, craft beer, and broken glass.
Thursday, Jun 30
A live performance from the man, the myth, the mentalist: Sarin. The Hive live shows are blowing up, so go early and enjoy sunset on the garden rooftop before Sarin’s show from 7pm-9pm. B300, tickets here. The Hive Thonglor
Bang your head and hold your beer tight for a night of iconic punk and metal tunes from 7pm-midnight. B350, tickets here. Freaking out the Neighbor
A multi-sensory dinner combining art and food, there are only 36 seats to this event, which will see French artists Chole Kelly Miller and Chef Clement Hernandez create a world all their own.. B3,500/B5,500 wine pairing, tickets here. Workshop
Chefs Raphael Kinimo, Hervé Frerard, and Alessandro Haab—experience eight courses from three legendary French chefs from Jun 30-Jul 1, starting at 6pm. B6,490/B8,990 wine pairing, tickets here. Brasserie 9
Starting at 11am, more than 13 French and international restaurant vendors will be bringing their dishes to the Big C on Rama 4 from Jun 29-Jul 20. Free entry. Big C Rama 4
Have five courses with a pairing of five imported French wines, complete with live music starting at 7pm. B1,300, tickets here. Hansar
Friday, July 1
There will dozens of booths at this Friday's flea market, where visitors can listen to live music, eat street food, and shop for handmade products from Jul 1-Jul 3. Free entry, Lido Connect
Aurum Gallery is featuring its first solo artist exhibition by Simon Berger, a Swiss artist who works through the medium of broken glass. Join for the live performance of “Shattered” at 7pm until July 3, while the exhibition runs through Jul 31. Free entry, Aurum Gallery.
Celebrate seven years of Bangkok’s favorite spot to grab a craft beer at the goth chic OG Hair of the Dog location in Mahatun Plaza. Get 30 percent of taps, and 20 percent off gin and cans from 4pm-7pm. Free entry. Hair Of The Dog
Jam’s comeback party is going to be wild. Their first weekend since closing before Covid, expect more than half a dozen music acts and DJs to light up Sathorn, starting at 6pm. It sure is good to have them back. Free entry. Jam
Heads up, the cheese event of the month is here again: two hours of nonstop cheese, cold cuts, wine and live music starting at 7pm from the plush 9th floor of So Bangkok. B850/B1,273 free flow/B1,699 free flow sommelier, tickets here. So Bangkok.
Saturday, July 2
Museums and food trucks—what could be better? Take your hangover for a walk outside near Sanam Chai for art in Museum Siam and food trucks from Mr Gee Chicken to GG Sweet Icecream from 10am to 8:30pm. Free entry. Museum Siam
Say goodbye to Teppei’s Japanese record store Traps, with Giant Swing and Hidemasa Mitsui playing an extra long set, starting at 7pm and going until late. Free entry. 12 x12
Your friendly neighborhood organic food vendor is coming to Yen Akat. Enjoy good groceries and supporting local farmers at 1:30pm. Free entry. Thada Court, Yen Akat Soi 2.
It’s Ghost Festival again, and Bangkok Island will be bringing the noise starting at 5pm with local bands, DJs, and vinyl on the city’s most famous party boat. B500. Tickets Here. Bangkok Island
All-day modern Indian restaurant, Here, will host O Pedro, a bar and restaurant from Mumbai on the evening of Jul 2, starting from 4:30pm onward. B2,400, Here
Sunday, July 3
Photo: Vivin Grocery.
This all-you-can-eat Thai cheese buffet features a range of unique, local, and artisanal Thai cheeses—all in one place for you to stuff yourself for brunch. B990, book here B990. VIVIN Grocery
This staple of the Indian dining scene is a must try for a fun brunch—a dash of fine dining with a little belly dancing thrown into the mix. B1,000, book here. Punjab Grill Bangkok, Radisson Suites Bangkok