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08 March 2007 :: 16:03:06 pm 4841

Pattaya International Music Festival 2007 – Updates

The Tourist Authority of Thailand (TAT) supported by 3 music companies will hold another concert this year, with the hope that it will share the success of last year’s festival, which raised 500 million Baht.
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At 4.30 pm at the TAT’s meeting room in New Petchaburi Rd. Bangkok, there was a conference on how to organize the Pattaya International Music Festival 2007. Those attending were Mr Wansadet Phavornsuk, the Director of the Public Relations and Advertising Department of the TAT and Mr Virawat Khakhai, Deputy Mayor of Pattaya City, with the Assistants of the executives from the music companies: MTV, GMM Grammy and the RS Company.

The conference is hoping to publicize the event throughout Asia. Famous singers from Japan, South Korea, Australia and other countries of the Pacific Rim will be invited to represent the diversity of music on the Asian continent. His Majesty the King’s music will be also played and sung to demonstrate the proficiency of the monarch’s musical abilities, everyday.

The event will be held for 3 days, from 16th – 18th March at Pattaya Indoor Sports’ Stadium at Chaiyapreuk I Road. There will be two stages at the festival, one general and the other, an Indy stage. Various artists will alternate between the two stages such as Ta-Ta Young, Babywalk, Reef, Dr. Octopus, T-Bone, Ampol Lampoon, Clash, Seal, Paradox, Kala, Palmi, Film Rataphum, Ponglang Sa-on, Girli-Berri and Ai Nahm among others.
See photos
See VDO clip of the first night (16th March 2007
More information can be obtained from:
The TAT Data Service Centre – 1673
Call centre Pattaya City – 1337

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : DCman   Category : Entertainment News

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