Kamikaze's singers reunite

June must be a happy month for fans of singers from Kamikaze, since it will bring back two reunion shows of former top artists from the music label of the same name.

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Organised by Untold Project on Saturday, the popular trio Faye Fang Kaew (FFK) and two powerhouse solo singers, Kulamas "Knom Jean" Sarasas and Panyarisa "Waii" Thienprasiddhi, will perform on the same stage for the Kami Party at Pirate Arena, Thong Lor 13.

On June 22, the five-member boy band K-OTIC, disbanded in 2012, will return to meet its fans. Fans can expect to see their heartthrobs sing hits such as Secret, Ngao Pak (Alone), Rak Mai Dai Rue Mai Dai Rak (Love Or Not) for the event A Good Time Is Not To Be Disturbed at DND on Ekkamai Road.

FFK, Kulamas, Panyarisa and K-OTIC were the first generation of pop singers at the music label Kamikaze, which targeted young listeners from 2007-17.

FFK consists of three pretty singers -- Pornpawee "Faye" Neerasingh, Dhanantorn "Fang" Neerasingh and Jarinya "Kaew" Sirimongkolsakul. It was formed in 2007 and became an award-winning group in the next two years from their album POPparazzi. Their hits include Jealous and My Question.

While Kulamas was celebrated from her pop-rock tracks, Panyarisa was praised for her beautiful R&B singing style. They both impress crowds with their powerful performances.

K-OTIC was an outstanding boy band because the members have different nationalities: two Thais, two Japanese and one Korean.

Tickets for Kami Party are 900 baht if you purchase before the show. But if you buy tickets at the show, they will cost 1,000 baht. Tickets are available on Line @foxxparty.

K-OTIC regular tickets at 800 baht are already sold out. Only available are VIP tickets, which cost 25,000, 28,200, 35,250 and 42,300 baht. To purchase, contact on Line @untoldproject.

Visit facebook.com/untoldproject.bkk for more information.