Pattaya to Host Thailand Cultural Music Festival May 25-26

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Pattaya to Host Thailand Cultural Music Festival May 25-26

Thailand Cultural Music Festival will be held on May 25-26 at Bali Hai pier in Pattaya, Thailand, and will promote travel to the city and neighbouring areas. 

The festival is organized by Tourist Association of Thailand and is aimed at the innetrational visitors of the resort city. The festival is a part of TAT's new 'Open to the New Shades' campaign which will disclose to the travellers to the Land of Smiles different aspects of Thai culture and way of living.

Performances will take place on four stages and will feature a variety of musical genres including Thai folk music and contemporary music with a number of popular singers and bands making their appearance. Among others the visitors of the festival will be able to see Rasamee Isan Soul, known for their local twist of  rock&soul; Paradise Bangkok International Band, also mixing traditional tunes with blues and rock; Mocca Garden, perfoming variations of raggae; Thai rappers UrboyTJ and Day, plus super popular jazz band Infinity.

There will be food stalls in the area plus a variety of activities for the visitors including tattoo making and face painting. The event will also promote travel to Chonburi province and other provinces of the Eastern Seaboard focusing on local experiences.

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