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3 new COVID-19 cases in Thailand, no infections at Janey

Three new cases were reported on Sunday, while the Public Health Ministry confirmed none of the concert-goers in Nakhon Si Thammarat were infected with the novel coronavirus. The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said one of the new cases was a Bangladeshi man, 31, who tested positive on Thursday during his stay at a quarantine […]Read More

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Thai Idol Group BNK48 Member Wears Nazi Flag on Stage

BANGKOK — A member of one of Thailand’s biggest pop sensations wore a Nazi German war flag replete with swastikas at a Friday performance, according to images of the event. BNK48 has yet to respond and their publicist could not immediately be reached for comment on images showing Pichayapa “Namsai” Natha, 19, of the so-called […]Read More

Bangkok

From Pet Shop and West End, ’80s Synth Duo Coming

BANGKOK — Thirty-five years after “West End Girls” became a club anthem, English synthpop veterans Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, the original Pet Shop Boys, will play Bangkok in April. Arguably the most successful surviving duo in British music history, Tennant and Lowe, now 64 and 59 respectively, are embarking on an Asia tour announced […]Read More

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Bono Completely Lose Voice at U2 Concert in Berlin

The band U2 has canceled a concert in Berlin after its lead singer Bono “suffered a complete loss of voice” during a performance, according to a release on the group’s website. “We’re so sorry for tonight’s cancellation. Bono was in great form and great voice prior to the show and we were all looking forward […]Read More

Bangkok

Punks Arrested For Insulting Junta Leaders at Concert

BANGKOK — Ten punk rock musicians were arrested Saturday for singing songs deemed insulting to the leaders of the ruling military junta. Four members of The Blood Soaked Street Of Social Decay and six other punk rockers were taken into custody Saturday after singing songs berating Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha and Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan at Almost […]Read More

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Hooligans riot after Tak concert

More than 100 youths were involved a violent street riot early on Friday morning that followed a drunken brawl at a free concert in Tak’s Phop Phra district, according to media reports However, police later played down the incident, saying it was nothing major, only two small groups of youths were involved and the only […]Read More

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Bryan Adams and Blue Man show postponed

Thailand’s concert promoter Bec-Tero Entertainment today announced the postpone of two shows. They are the American “Blue Man” show originally slated for December 17-23 at Muangthai Rachadalai Theatre and Bryan Adams “The Get Up Tour Live” concert schedule. Since His Majesty The King Bhumibol passed away on October 13, the firm has so far postponed […]Read More