Bangkok’s biggest House and Techno festival returns for a MIGHTY weekend of Art, Gourmet Food and Cutting Edge Music at the city’s most unique open-air location, Thai Wake Park
Bangkok, March 12th & 13th 2016 – Kolour In The Park is bigger and more impressive than ever, doubling in size with 3 new areas and will host a multi-international line-up over 3 unique stages, including a lakeside stage and an after hours stage that goes well into the AM.
Join nearly 4,000 party goers on Saturday March 12th and Sunday March 13th from 12pm til 2am each day to experience a line up of Multi-International DJs, 3 Art Installations, an Arts and Craft Market, a Custom Light Show, a large selection of the city’s most Delicious Food Vendors, Swimming Games and Activities, Pro Wakeboard Rider Showcase, and Free Sponsor Giveaways.
Kolour In The Park is a MUST for all lovers of outdoor festivals and quality electronic music.
Coran, Dan Buri, Mendy Indigo, Sunju Hargun, Coran, Koish, ATMA, Kimbal Collins, Jaydubb, Marshall Hackett, Boris Rubin, Alex Fischer, Zeek and Adam Swain
Looking out to the main lake the event will showcase a second stage called the Water stage dedicated to lighter styles of disco, house, downtempo, chill out.
When the Main stage and Water stage close, the party will continue after midnight until the early hours at the Sunn stage with a custom light show by the team at Zieght. This stage can host up to 800+ and is located on a lakeside platform with amazing views of the whole park.
At the arts and crafts fair guests will get a chance to express themselves with clothing, jewelry, face painting, temporary tattoos, souvenirs etc.
Guests will get to enjoy some of Bangkok’s best craft and gourmet foods from selected food vendors such as 25 Degrees, Maison Jean Philippe, MG The Food by DK & more
There’s plenty to see and do with 3 large art structures on display, including a wooden welcome wall 5m in height and a 9m long graffiti wall. The theme of this year’s art is “Sustainable Future”.
Artists from Zieght, Project 32, Thai Art Crew (TAT) and Crafthouse have been asked to use sustainable timbers (e.g bamboo, pallets, reclaimed wood, etc) and materials to be designed in ‘futuristic’ shapes and designs.
A retreat from the hustle and bustle, trained masseuses in the massage tent will be offering Thai and Foot Massage at reasonable prices.
This event is possible thanks to the support of major sponsors: Singha, Syder Bay, Absolut, Pullman G Hotel, and SixSix Asia; and media partners Joox, Mixmag, and Siam2nite.
Pre-sale and Early Bird Passes have sold out, but guests can still purchase the Weekend Pass Second Release at B1,450 and Final Release at B1,650 online. Limited B1,800 tickets will be available at the door on the day. B1,100 Single Day Tickets will be released Feb 24th online.
Kolour in The Park Weekender has donated all proceeds form 40 tickets sold on SocialGiver.com to local charity.
Thai Wake Park is located 15 minutes outside of Bangkok at Lum Luk Ka, Pathum Thani.
Full transport information can be found at www.kolourinthepark.com
For more information and tickets please visit: www.kolourinthepark.com