It’s time to hit the dance floor and get down and dirty! “Dirty Dancing” is the name given to a “party concert” in the capital on July 19 featuring a number of local musicians renowned for their dancing skills who will be performing songs of their own plus covers of hits by international acts.
The Bangkok Convention Centre at Central Lat Phrao will be transformed into one huge dance floor for the evening, which will open with the punk-rock quartet Tattoo Colour. Expect to hear hits of theirs including Ka Moo, Ko Hok and Cinderella as well as covers of popular numbers by Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars.
Disco/soul/rock combo Jetset’er will then get everyone into a smoother mood with songs such as Yim and Sien Tad Sien as well as covers of electronic music, disco, funk and acid jazz from the likes of Daft Punk, Earth, Wind & Fire and Jamiroquai.
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