A group of Thailand's most popular singers from the '80s and '90s want fans to relive the glory days at the free "Seacon Bangkae Retro Music: Thai Jung" concert from today until Sunday at Seacon Bangkae shopping centre.
The ‘Seacon Bangkae Retro Music: Thai Jung’ concert gathers famous singers of the 80s and 90s who will perform from today until Sunday.
Opening the concert this evening at 5.30pm will be the ever-brilliant jazz singer Nareekrajang. She will revive her best-loved hits Rak Chan Wan La Nid and Kwam Kidthueng Duern Thang Pai. Then, Saowalak "Am" Leelabutr, the queen of the break-up songs, will perform her renowned Krueng Nueng Khong Cheewit and Phid Mai Thee Rak Theur.
At 2.45pm tomorrow, Viyada "Tuk" Komarakul Na Nakorn will croon Piang Kae Jai Rao Rak Kan and Maikeedfai Kab Dok Taantawan, while the soothing-voiced singer Paiboonkiat "Pun" Keawkaew will perform the familiar Rak Niran.
In the evening, Chompu Fruity will make a comeback with Meun Nok Rai Peek and Yaak Bok Rak, while Waen-Thitima, considered the Queen of Rock, will showcase the popular Diary Sii Daeng, Kae Phieng Lom Paak and Rak Kern Tad Jai. Thanate Sukhawat of the band Guru also promises to share the stage with the two artists.
The line-up for Sunday, which starts at 2pm, includes the Phuen Band, famous for Ngaan Wat, followed by Pink Panther whose hits include Rak Chan Nan Pheu Theur and Roi Thao Bon Phuen Sai. The day will conclude with the Chatree Band, famous for their distinctive style and melodies, as well as delivering meaningful lyrics. Expect to hear their everlasting Rak Khrang Raek.
The concert is free but donations are welcome. Proceeds will support the Ratchasuda Foundation, which funds for music and education for students and disable people.
Call 02-721-8888 or visit www.seaconbangkae.com.