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Period:21 Jul 2014 - 26 Jul 2014

Address:477, Si Ayuthaya Rd., Sam Sen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Tel:+662-206-6999 The Siam, +662-247-0123 The Sukosol, +6638-428-678 Siam Bayshore

Service day:Monday, Friday, Saturday

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The Harvard University’s Din & Tonics are back to give three exclusive performances at three of Sukosol Hotels’ properties in Pattaya and Bangkok starting July 21.

Embarking on their 13th world tour, the all-male jazz a cappella group, affectionately called the Dins, will present a repertoire of American jazz standards of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. It includes Round Midnight, Summertime, Blue Skies and Puttin’ On The Ritz.

Their first show will be held at Siam Bayshore Hotel in Pattaya, Chon Buri, on July 21 at 7pm with tickets priced at 500 baht, including a refreshment. The hotel also offers a special package at 4,000 baht, which includes a night’s stay for two, two tickets, cocktails and snacks before the performance.

The group will also perform in the Rattanakosin Lounge of The Sukosol (formerly Siam City Hotel), Si Ayutthaya Road, on July 25 at 8.30pm. Tickets cost 500 baht, including one standard cocktail (250 baht for students with one soft drink). The hotel offers a dinner package at 1,200 baht, which includes the international buffet dinner at Patummat Restaurant.

The last show is set for July 26 at 7pm at The Siam on Khao Road. Tickets cost 1,200 baht, including free-flow cocktails and canapes before the performance. Guests are invited to take the Siam shuttle boat from Taksin pier, Sathon at 6pm.

For reservations, call Siam Bayshore on 038-428-678, The Sukosol on 02-247-0123 (email tsb.prd@sukosolhotels.com), or The Siam on 02-206-6999 (info@thesiamhotel.com)

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The Harvard Din & Tonics will deliver three performances in Thailand.

The Harvard University’s Din & Tonics are back to give three exclusive performances at three of Sukosol Hotels’ properties in Pattaya and Bangkok starting July 21.

Embarking on their 13th world tour, the all-male jazz a cappella group, affectionately called the Dins, will present a repertoire of American jazz standards of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. It includes Round Midnight, Summertime, Blue Skies and Puttin’ On The Ritz.

Their first show will be held at Siam Bayshore Hotel in Pattaya, Chon Buri, on July 21 at 7pm with tickets priced at 500 baht, including a refreshment. The hotel also offers a special package at 4,000 baht, which includes a night’s stay for two, two tickets, cocktails and snacks before the performance.

The group will also perform in the Rattanakosin Lounge of The Sukosol (formerly Siam City Hotel), Si Ayutthaya Road, on July 25 at 8.30pm. Tickets cost 500 baht, including one standard cocktail (250 baht for students with one soft drink). The hotel offers a dinner package at 1,200 baht, which includes theinternational buffet dinner at Patummat Restaurant.

The last show is set for July 26 at 7pm at The Siam on Khao Road. Tickets cost 1,200 baht, including free-flow cocktails and canapes before the performance. Guests are invited to take the Siam shuttle boat from Taksin pier, Sathon at 6pm.


For reservations, call Siam Bayshore on 038-428-678, The Sukosol on 02-247-0123 (email tsb.prd@sukosolhotels.com), or The Siam on 02-206-6999 (info@thesiamhotel.com).

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477, Si Ayuthaya Rd., Sam Sen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 Thailand

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