Concert dedicated to late DJ

The magazine IS Song Hits will pay tribute to a renowned DJ of the 1960s, the late Lek Wongsawang, at the second "Plern Pleng Kab Lek Wongsawang" charity concert.

The concert will feature artists from different generations paying tribute to renowned DJ Lek Wongsawang, right.

The concert will be held on March 10 from 2pm at the auditorium of Thammasat University, Tha Prachan campus.

Renowned artists from different generations will wow the audience with music of the 60s and 70s. The line-up includes Pod ModernDog, The Beatle-nuts, Chantana Kittiyapan, Suda Chuenban, Tuk Viyada, Heart Suttipong, Tom Kraiwit, Camp Satawat, Joe Nuvo and Pom Autobahn.

Famous personalities will also appear onstage as guest singers. They include Korn Dabbaransi, Arin Jira (father of Jay Monthonn), Patee Sarasin and Somsak Chalachol.

However, this year's event will be much more special as it also features a stage play-cum-musical that portrays how the late DJ hosted his radio programmes. And radio commercials from those days will be presented, along with street shows, mime and string puppet performances by three young artists from KPN _ Good, G and Oat, and Nong Pol of The Trainer fame.

The entertainment part is directed by Silpathorn artist Nimit Pipitkul, or Kru Nued, with Sarayuth Supanyo directing the musical performances.

Before the concert there will be plenty of activities starting at noon, such as singing, costumes and dancing contests and a showcase of twist, sloppy and rock 'n' roll dance.

Tickets for the concert are priced at 600, 1,000, 1,500, 2,000 and 2,500 baht, and can be purchased at Thai Ticket Major booths (tel 02-262-3456 or online at

All proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Maya Gotami Foundation, the Friends in Need (of Pa) Volunteers Foundation, and a project to procure a mobile vehicle for collecting blood donations.

The second "Plern Pleng Kab Lek Wongsawang" charity concert will take place at Thammasat University's auditorium, Tha Prachan campus, on March 10 at 2pm.
For more information, call 089-484-9894 or 081-848-1484.