Bangkok Jazz Festival 2010

Bangkok Jazz Festival 2010 poster

The 2010 Bangkok Jazz festival is coming up March 9th through the 14th at Central World with many international and local acts performing on two stages. You can get more information on tickets and acts at The Bangkok Jazz Festival web site.  Below you’ll find the line up of acts playing this year. All in all March is shaping up to be a good month for events in Thailand, for more information on upcoming events please check out the Thailand Event Calender.

Main Stage : Air conditioning roof top

Tuesday, March 9

19.00     Christian McBride & Inside Straight

20.30     Annekei

Wednesday, March 10

19.00     Chieli Minucci and Special EFX

20.30     Randy Brecker / Bill Evans Soulbop Special Edition with Steve Lukather,         Robben Ford, Darryl Jones, Rodney Holmes and Steve Weingart.

Thursday, March 11

19.00     Inger Marie

20.30     Melody Gardot

Friday, March 12

19.00     Tick Shiro & The Tree of Voice

20.30     Jazz Kamikaze

Saturday, March 13

19.00     Mariko Endo

20.30     Nat & Padcha (AF)

Sunday,March 14

19.30   Jirapan & Blue Sapphire

20.30     Bob James, Nathan East, Jack Lee, Lewis Pragasam

Educational & Cultural Stage : (Open  Stage )

Tuesday, March 9

18.00     Fat Free (ABAC)

19.00     Bangkaitia (Silapakorn)

20.00     Barry  Likumahuwa Project (Indonesia)

Wednesday, March 10

18.00     Duriyasilp (?????)

19.00     Lanatino

20.00     Youn  Sun Nah ( Korea ) + ULF  Wakanius Duo

Thursday, March 11

18.00   Undergray (Silapakorn)

19.00     Gasgiant (ABAC)

20.00     MoonArra  ( India )

Friday, March 12

18.00     Wednesday April (Rangsit)

19.00     Pamelo Town (Mahidol)

20.00     JFK (Philippines)

Saturday, March 13

18.00     MJO (Mahidol)

19.00     Mansri (Silapakorn)

20.00     Tokyo Blue

Sunday,March 14

18.00     CU Band

19.00     Changton Kunjara 4et

20.00     pe’z (Japan)

One destination where the festival will be going to is India, I have always wanted to go especially to its paradise like coast, I’m already planning my Goa holidays well in advance. Hopefully I will be able to get direct flights to Goa and will aim to live out my fantasy with the amazing food, culture and people.


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3 Responses to Bangkok Jazz Festival 2010
  1. Martyn
    February 27, 2010 | 5:38 pm

    Jazz music in Bangkok, the ‘elite’ may need some soothing music to ease their anger after not getting things all their own way yesterday with the Supreme Courts decision.

    Tickets should be selling like hot cakes for this one and as I have mentioned before HM the King has had a great influence in the country’s love for this type of music. It will be packed to the rafters at Central World and not a red shirt in sight.
    .-= Martyn´s last blog ..Tick Tock =-.

  2. Talen
    February 27, 2010 | 10:12 pm

    Martyn, It will definitely be a well attended event. Jazz is huge in Thailand as you pointed out due to the Kings love of the music. You can bet a few songs the King has penned will be played during the festival.

  3. john
    March 1, 2010 | 3:20 pm

    jazz is really a great mood music i would love to be in Bangkok for this
    London and Manchester have good festivals even Huddersfield near my home time of Halifax is very popular
    lets have some pictures and video from you bangkok bloggers
    regards John a frustrated musician ie i carnt play a note
    but iam mean on the symbols
    .-= john´s last blog Thai biometric passport in london =-.