Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010

Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010The 9th annual Hua Hin  Jazz Festival will be taking place this year from June 18th through June 20th featuring world renowned international jazz acts as well as a host of local musicians.

The Festival will feature two stages, The Intercontinental Beach Stage and the Sofitel Beach stage. I don’t have a lot of information on pricing but I do know that there will be a buffet dinner at the Sofitel on Friday night that includes great seating that will be 1100 baht per person.

Additional information can be found at the official web site ( in Thai with some English available) Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010. You can also check the Hua Hin After Dark forum for information on the 2010 Hua Hin Jazz Festival.

Below is the line up of artists to perform. Click on the image to enlarge.

As ever check out the Thailand Event Calender for all upcoming Thailand events and keep an eye on this site because there are a few more great music festivals coming up in June that you won’t want to miss.

Hua Hiun Jazz Festival 2010 Program

Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010 Lineup

Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010


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10 Responses to Hua Hin Jazz Festival 2010
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  2. Boonsong
    June 9, 2010 | 9:41 am

    Thanks for all the very useful information.

    All the best, Boonsong
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  3. Catherine
    June 9, 2010 | 12:12 pm

    Is it that time again already? My, how my life does fly by.

    It’s great to see that PTT is there in a big way as oil companies are not the flavour of the year this month.

    And just look at all those little sponsoring logos shoved to the bottom of the Jazz website. They must have too much to code in individually.
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    • Talen
      June 9, 2010 | 12:28 pm

      Cat, I’m really sad I won’t be there yet to go…and I really want to go to the Guitar Festival that is this month in Bangkok…Grrr.

      Hopefully I will get there before I miss too many more events.

      • Catherine
        June 9, 2010 | 12:31 pm

        Talen, I hear your frustration loud and clear. And I just know that when you get here, you are going to break loose!

        Just let me know when you’ve recovered ;-)
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        • Talen
          June 9, 2010 | 12:38 pm

          Let you know? You might be right next to me and the half dozen Kathoey’s wandering drunkenly about Bangkok :P

          • Catherine
            June 9, 2010 | 1:04 pm

            :- D If I don’t get out of this funk, I won’t be going anywhere.

            Ah hah… all is now clear… I see that you have 666 Subscribers. You are clearly the devil in disguise. I mean, who else would tempt me with Kathoey’s?
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  4. Martyn
    June 10, 2010 | 3:30 am

    Talen I visited Hua Hin a couple of years ago, what a lovely place it is but I found it a little on the pricey side and that was at 70 baht to the pound.

    The Sofitel’s Festival Buffet Dinner with good seats at 1100 baht is a great price in a pricey resort. If you love your Jazz music then it would pay to starve yourself for the day and go along to the Sofitel and feast on Jazz and your favourite sounds. Sounds like a bargain.
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  5. Talen
    June 10, 2010 | 11:36 pm

    Martyn, I have heard that Hua Hin is pretty expensive. It seems like the Jazz Festival is a good bargain all around but of course it draws the people to the more expensive places too.

  6. Mr Samui
    June 21, 2010 | 6:58 pm

    Look at that price world! 1,100 baht. I will also take this opportunity to promote the Phuket Music Festival that is on the 26th June, 2010. This also promises to be a great experience and it is expected to pull a large crowd.