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A Fat Farewell

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  • Newspaper section: Guru
  • Writer: Kaona Pongpipat
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As the Fat Festival winds down, we take a nostalgic indie time out 

Originally planned as a one-off music festival by Fat Radio over 10 years ago, Fat Festival is about to reach its 12th and final instalment this weekend (Nov 3-4) with The Last FatFEST. It started off as a relatively small music event for off-beat and lesser known acts, but has become one of the biggest and the most influential music events in the Thai music scene over the years. We get to know the festival more, give you some guidelines on how to fit in (and survive) the indie scene, and take a look at where the genre is going.

The Last FatFEST. Lakeside, Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi.

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