Bangkok Post reviews
The 25 Hours wait is over: here's their first full concert
- Writer: Bangkok Post Editorial
- Published: May 7, 2013 at 10:30 am
Rock band 25 Hours will play at the Indoor Stadium Hua Mak on May 18 at 7pm.
Having impressed fans with energetic live performances over the past three years, alternative rock group 25 Hours takes to the stage on May 18 for a full show.
Presented by Believe Records and Radio OK, "25 Hours Colour in Live" will be the band's first full-scale concert, and will take place at Indoor Stadium Hua Mak on May 18 at 7pm.
Founded in 2009, 25 Hours has produced two albums and won numerous awards. The group won Most Popular Band at the 10th Fat Awards and its debut self-titled album released in 2009 also garnered both the Best and Popular Album awards. Tham Dai Pieng, the final track on the album, topped the Hot Chart 20 and Seed Top 20 and Fat 40 charts for weeks.
The group's other hits include Yindee Tee Mai Roojak, Wan Dee Dee, Tham Chan, Lok Bai Mai and Khon Khang Khang.
25 Hours comprises Sompol "Laem" Rungpanich (vocals), Pratheep "Four" Siri-issaranan (guitar), Piyawat "Poo" Meekruer (guitar), Akesiri "Bung" Kambungpai (bass), and Kritpong "Job" Sakulnamanake (drums).
Tickets cost 600, 900, 1,000 and 1,200 baht from Thai Ticket Major.
Call 02-262-3456 or visit www.thaiticketmajor.com.