Buzzing films at The Hive
Shorties Film Festival, an annual week-long celebration of Asia’s most exciting short films, is screening across Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam, from May 7 to 11. The screenings in Bangkok will take place at The Hive Thonglor. For more information, visit www.shotiesfilmfestival.com or book tickets at www.ticketmelon.com/thehivebangkok/shortiesfilmfestivalbangkok .
‘Last Dinosaurs’ invade RCA
Australian indie rockers, “Last Dinosaurs”, are coming to Bangkok to perform top hits “Zoom”, “Apollo”, “Honolulu”, along with hot tracks like “Sense” and “Happy” from their latest album “Yumeno Garden”. They will be stomping the stage at Live RCA on May 15 from 7pm onwards. Tickets start at THB1,600 at www.ticketmelon.com/very/lastdinosaurs .
Round two with Karma Kastle
Karma Kastle, packed with a heavyweight electronic lineup created by music lovers for music connoisseurs, returns this year to picture-perfect Khao Yai. Held at the Mirasierra Khao Yai from May 17 – 19, afternoon activities include workshops on Meditation Submersion with Nathaniel, Wine Discovery with NaturalistaVEGAN, and Cooking Workshop with Jibbo. Visit www.ticketmelon.com/karmaklique/karmakastle2 to register and www.ticketmelon.com/karmaklique/karmakastle2active to join a workshop.
Jason Mraz bringing Good Vibes to Bangkok
Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz lands with his “Good Vibes” Tour at Bangkok’s Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani on May 21. The multi-Grammy award winner will be here to win more hearts with hits like “I’m Yours” and “I Won’t Give Up”. Get tickets at all ThaiTicketMajor outlets or through www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/jason-mraz-good-vibes-tour-2019.html .
Ready to float in a ‘Pink Cloud’
The Pink Cloud Festival, a music and art event for lovers of alt-rock, reggae and dream pop, is on May 25 at the Thai Wake Park from 10am to midnight. Jam with a lineup featuring Australian rockers Dune Rats and Hockey Dad, American band Turnover, and our very own Thai bands such as Sirajah Rockers, Wave And So, and Daniel Didyasarin to name a few. Visit www.pinkcloudfestival.com for more info.
Run for your food!
The Kilorun Bangkok 2019 is a unique running event measured not just in kilometers but also in kilograms. Participants on May 26 can admire local attractions and also sample delicacies at restaurants along the route. The KM Breakfast Run – covering 5.5 to 10 kilometers – takes leisure joggers to iconic cultural attractions, while in the KG Dinner Run offers them a chance to walk or run to sites to sample the city’s signature dishes. The 5.5km KM+KG run costs THB1,215, while the 10km version costs THB1,296. Visit www.eventpop.me/e/5362-kilorunbangkok2019 .