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|28-04-2010, 05:38 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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"Rock Thai Music Festival".
Peace, love and rock 'n' roll
April 29, 2010
Four leading Thai rock artists set off on a mission of unity
Put the political concerns aside for one night and get ready to rock!
Four of Thailand best loved rock artists- Micro, Sek Loso, Big Ass and Bodyslam - are all set to bring music to their fellow countrymen over the next few months with the launch of their nationwide tour, the "Rock Thai Music Festival".
The bands will be touring eight provinces and kick off the fun on May 8 in Chon Buri before heading up to Nakhon Ratchasima on May 29.
On June 19, they'll be in Phitsanulok, on July 10 in Chiang Rai, on July 31 in Khon Kaen, on August 14 in Phuket, on September 11 in Surat Thani, and on September 25 in Bangkok.
All shows start at noon and finish at midnight.
The music festival is being organised by Thai Brev in collaboration with GMM Media, MCOT and Tri Petch Isuzu.
"The project aims is to awaken in Thai people, a sense of love and unity," says Charlie Jitcharoongphorn, deputy Managing director of Thai Beverage Marketing.
For ticketing info, visit www.RockThaiMusicFest.com.
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|28-04-2010, 05:42 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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And nothing to do with flogging grog.
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