Here are all the big international concerts coming up in Bangkok

Your handy gig planner for the months ahead 

By Pakchira Bunphol | Feb 20, 2020

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Green Day

 

On Green Day's official website the Bangkok concert date has been listed for Mar 11. The band will be touring in support of its new album: "Father of All..." (slated for a February release). The world tour will begin in Asia—hitting Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and Japan—before moving on to Europe, and then heading through the states.

March 11, 2020.  Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani. 

 

Babymetal

 

Live Nation BEC-Tero has just announced that Japanese metal superstars Babymetal are set to perform at GMM Live House, CentralWorld, on March 22. Tickets go on sale now via livenation.co.th and all ThaiTicketMajor outlets. Prices start at B1,800.

March 22. GMM Live House, Central World. 

 

Hyukoh

 

 Korean indie stars Hyukoh known for tracks like “Wi Ing Wi Ing,” “Come and Goes” and “Tomboy” will return to perform another live performance in Bangkok on Mar 31 at Lad Phrao’s Moonstar Studio 8. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmelon at B2,300. 

Mar 31. Moonstar Studio, 701 Lad Phrao Soi 80. 

 

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ONE OK ROCK

 

After opening for Ed Sheeran during the English pop star’s appearance in Bangkok last year, the band is set to return on Apr 25. This concert—the band’s fifth in Bangkok—is part of a tour in support of their latest album, Eye Of The Storm. The Asia tour will kick off in Bangkok before hitting Seoul, Manilla, Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta and Taipei. Tickets go on sale Feb 1 and start from B2,500 via Thai Ticket Major

 

April 25. Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani. 

 

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Rex Orange County

 

Following a massive request from fans, Bangkok concert organizer Viji Corp is bringing British indie pop star Rex Orange County to Lad Phrao's Moonstar Studio 8 on May 14. The Bangkok show is part of the 21-year-old’s first-ever tour of Asia, which sees him visit Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Japan. Tickets go on sale this Dec 21 and start at B2,200 via Ticketmelon.  
May 14. Moonstar Studio, 701 Lad Phrao Soi 80.  
 

PREP

PREP, the London modern-soul band known for the single “Who’s Got You Singing Again,” returns to Bangkok for their fourth time this May 25. Tickets price starts from  B1,200 via Ticketmelon

May 29. Union Hall, Union Mall, 54 Ladprao Soi 1.

 

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Ruel

 

It seems the Australian singer-songwriter has a major Bangkok fan base, because they've already booked him in for a second round on Mar 14, 2020 due to "overwhelming demand". Tickets for both concerts are priced from B1,900 via Live Nation BEC-Tero.

Sep 12. GMM Live House, Central World.

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