Party people, head to Warmup Thursday night to experience the sounds of Tel Aviv, Israel’s party city. Israel’s leading DJ, Moti Saadia, the country’s leading DJ since the early eighties, and Daniel Mariuma, an events organiser and DJ who has produced and performed with not only top Israeli DJs, but artists from all over the world, will perform with the fabulous Kay Long, the statuesque entertainer voted as one of the top ten most influential people in the country’s fashion industry.
Chiang Mai’s own DJ Jobb will warm up the Warmup crowd before the performance begins at 10pm.
“The Foreign Office contacted us, wanting to share with Thailand other aspects of Israel, which is known more for its scientific and technological advances than more it’s music and arts,” said Mariuma. “Tel Aviv is a very young and vibrant party city, with clubs opening until 7am, after parties going on until 4pm, and many huge cultural, arts and music events. We want to bring that unique vibe to Chiang Mai.”
“There will be a multimedia show featuring images of Tel Aviv, the fabulous Kay will perform a unique drag show for the crowds, and Moti will bring pure energy, lifting everyone off their feet with his unique ability to create unique sounds, melodies and remixes from a blend of both old and current songs.”
Daniel Mariuma, Moti Saadia and Kay Long will meet the Chiang Mai audience at the Lounge of Warm Up Café on Thursday January 21 at 20.30pm, and continue to perform for Bangkokians at the ‘One Night in Tel Aviv’, Hi-So Rooftop of the Sofitel So Bangkok, Friday January 22 at 9pm. Their performances promise new electric music experience, musical scene and fun similar to a club in Tel Aviv.