Fans flock to free entry Pattaya Music Festival held every weekend of August

Photo via Pattaya Mail

Tens of thousands of music fans are flocking to Pattaya Music Festival this month in the eastern province of Chon Buri. The festival is held every Friday and Saturday of the month at stages in several locations in Pattaya, kicking off at 5pm. Entry is free.

Festival goers are more than ready to party after the festival was postponed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mayor of Pattaya Poramet Ngamphichet attended the festival’s opening event on Friday at the main stage at Central Pattaya Junction. The opening weekend, spanning three stages attracted a mixed crowd of young, old, Thai, and foreign music fans.

The main attraction next weekend (August 12-13) will be held at Jomtien Beach Stage between Soi 7-8. Friday is a public holiday – Mother’s Day – in Thailand, so it’s expected to be bustling.

The third weekend of the festival (August 19-20) and the fourth weekend (August 26-27) will be held at the Pattaya Central Beach stage.


Friday, August 12

  • Violette Wautier
  • Youngohm x Younggu x Diamond MQT
  • PMC Boojaan Longmike

Saturday, August 13

  • Whal & Dolph
  • MEAN
  • Lipta
  • Stamp Apiwat

Friday August 19

  • Suteewan Taveesin
  • Zak Chumpae
  • Jintara Poonlarp
  • Kong Huayrai

Saturday, August 20

  • Vorakan Rojchanawat
  • Pongkool Suebsung
  • Paradox
  • Clash

Friday, August 26

  • PolyCat
  • Tattoo Colour
  • Getsunova
  • Cocktail

Saturday, August 27

  • ETC.
  • Klear
  • Zeal
  • Big Ass

Festival goers must have received at least two doses of coronavirus vaccine, wear a mask, and follow safety measures, according to festival organisers.

Car parks will be available at Tesco Lotus in northern Pattaya, Terminal 21, Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya City 8 School, Chai Mongkol Temple, and Central Festival Pattaya Beach.

According to Deputy Mayor of Pattaya Thithiphan Petchtrakul, 273 officials will be hired to take care of visitors and facilitate traffic.

SOURCE: TAT, Pattaya Mail

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Leah is a translator and news writer for the Thaiger. Leah studied East Asian Religions and Thai Studies at the University of Leeds and Chiang Mai University. Leah covers crime, politics, environment, human rights, entertainment, travel and culture in Thailand and southeast Asia.

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