Hua Hin Jazz Festival to Be Heln the Next Weekend

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Hua Hin Jazz Festival to Be Heln the Next Weekend

The annual Hua Hin International Jazz Festival will be held on May 18-19 on Hua Hin Beach this year.

The jazz festival is one of the most popular events of the music calendar in Thailand attracting annualy a huge number of local and foreign visitors and jazz lovers to the royal resort town. This time the festival will support the policy of the Tourist Association of Thailand (TAT) and will open under the 'Open to the New Shades' theme to promote different aspects of tourism in Thailand: gastromony tourism, arts and crafts, culture, nature and way of life.

The performances will take place on the two stages: on the main Beach stage and on the Open stage and will also features performers of other musical genres. The more well-known misitians and groups like 'The Sound of Siam' from Thailand, 'Nina Van Horn' from France or Simone Kopmajer from Austria will perfom on the main stage while the second stage will introduce new names to the public.

Both stages will be open from 5pm till midnight and the entrance to the event is free.

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