Bangkok, 16 May, 2018 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) together with Ko Samui Municipality and event management company IMC Live Group are pleased to announce the staging of the first ever ‘Samui Asia Music Festival’ on 18 and 19 August, 2018.
The two-day weekend festival will feature music acts from around Asia and local Thai artists, and cover different genres; such as, rock, metal, the blues and ballads. The line-up includes Malaysian alternative rock band Estranged, Singapore house band Shirlyn + The UnXpected, Hong Kong rock metal band Qiu Hong, Chinese funk group Jumpin’ Candy and, from Thailand, rock band Potato and singer Tai Tanawut.
The picturesque, tropical island setting for the ‘Samui Asia Music Festival 2018’ is Phru Chaweng on the northeastern shores of Ko Samui. Admission is free.
Mr. Noppadon Pakprot, TAT Deputy Governor for Domestic Marketing, said: “The inaugural Samui Asia Music Festival has all the makings of a great Asian music experience. TAT is proud to be involved in the organisation and support yet another world-class event in Thailand, and one which is expected to further broaden Ko Samui’s appeal to Thai and international visitors alike.”
The ‘Samui Asia Music Festival’ sits perfectly with the Amazing Thailand ‘Open to the New Shades’ communication concept that encourages visitors to experience Thailand both from new and existing perspectives.
Along with the awesome music line-up, the ‘Samui Asia Music Festival 2018’ will offer festival goers plenty of choice in food and drinks at the Festival’s market. It is all part of what promises to be a fun, exciting and vibrant festive spectacle.
For more details on the ‘Samui Asia Music Festival 2018’ please contact the TAT Ko Samui Office on Tel. +66 (077) 420 504; +66 (077) 420 721 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org