Bangkok of Dreams 2019 Brings You Best of International DJs and Local Gems
Music festivals seem to be evolving into something more than extended concerts; most of them now provide extra amenities and entertainments for festival goers. Bangkok Of Dreams presented by BLEND 285 Signature is also jumping on the bandwagon by bringing you a lineup of international artists and the iconic Bangkokian lifestyle for the second year. The event will take place on January 26th at Show DC, Rama IX.
Of course, the heart and soul of a music festival are still the headliners, which we bet EDM fans are dying to hear about. Bangkok of Dreams lives up to the hype with its outstanding setlist. First on the roster is Danny Avila, the Spanish DJ and producer on the 38th spot of last year’s DJ Mag Top 100 ranking. As for dubstep fans, get ready for Zomboy, the British DJ with hits such as “Like a Bitch”, “Nuclear (Hands Up)”, and “Bad Intentions”.
Next up, Armnhmr. This LA-based future bass duo has an impressive track record with upcoming performances at Coachella and collaborations with global big names like The Chainsmokers and Marshmello. The two will be joined by DJ Bl3nd, electro house DJ who brought us “Party Mix”; the music video currently has over 23 million views. His horrifying headgear leaves no doubt that his set will be an absolute beast.
Bringing neon-colored, nightlife vibes to Bangkok of Dreams is Tokyo Machine. Though he conceals his face with a signature pair of sunglasses and face mask, this bass house DJ/producer is famous for his time on stage at Tomorrowland. Thai DJs such as Hanky and Yukio will also be joining him.
As mentioned, the event will let you experience Bangkokian lifestyle by recreating classic Bangkok neighborhoods where you can eat, drink, enjoy, and relax. We’re starting with Yaowarat. Expect great grubs from ten famous restaurants you’re guaranteed to have tried like Paa Jin Soi Texas Cockles, Plaeng Narm Rice Congee, Guay Jab Lang Wang, Sweettime, Uanna Chashu Crispy Pork, to name a few.
Next stop, Sukhumvit. Frequent club-goers are sure to have tried Moo Pla Ra from the food cart in front of Nanglen. You can also get other go-to for midnight munchies like Nai Torn Fried Chicken, Original Gor Daeng Wontons, Heng Heng Hainanese Chicken Rice, or a street food staple like Stewed Pork Leg from Sukhumvit Soi 8 and many more. Third on our list is Siam, represented by streetwear brand Carnival and barbershop Never Say Cutz. Both will set up booths at the festival to make sure you can look your sharpest. And last but not least is the long-standing Bangkok nightlife district, Khao San. Dozens of massage therapists will be available throughout the night to knead the muscle tension away and let you get right back to dancing.
If you’re still undecided, see these photos from the last installment of Bangkok of Dreams. They might be just what you need.
Grab your tickets now at an incredible price of 599 THB for a regular pass.