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What’s Happening?


Now – 12th June

LIFE AMIDST THE RUBBISH

@ Pongnoi Community Art Space

www.jeffsjournalism.com

This photography exhibit by Jeffrey Warner provides a chronological, hour-by-hour window into the daily life of Burmese refugees living on a rubbish dump located on the outskirts of Mae Sot, Thailand.

7th – 27th June

THE 3RD BANGKOK TRIENNALE INTERNATIONAL PRINT & DRAWING EXHIBITION

@ CMU Art Museum

The Faculty of Fine Arts of Chiang Mai University and Silpakorn University will host this exhibition presenting a variety of prints and drawings by many different Thai artists.

Now – 28th July

CORNELAGES

@ 116 Art Gallery

089 853 2488

An exquisite paper collage art exhibition by Dutch expat Cornelis Hoek. Free admission.

 

Now – 30th June

CHIANG MAI REVISITED

@ TCDC Chiang Mai

www.tcdc.or.th

An exhibition telling the story of Chiang Mai through a variety of unique and interactive displays.

1st June

BURMA IN THE SPOTLIGHT

@ Imperial Mae Ping Hotel

www.thebestfriend.org

A gala charity dinner and dance with music by Dang Fantastic in support of The Best Friend Library. Burmese buffet dinner with cash bar, presentations by leading Burmese speakers and performances by Burmese artists along with a handicraft exhibition, silent auction, door prizes and much more. Exhibitions and fundraising auction start at 5.30 p.m., Dinner, dancing and entertainment start at 7 p.m. Tickets cost 850 baht and are available at Rimping Supermarket, Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, and the Best Friend Library. Email [email protected] for more information.

Now – 2nd June

A MOMENT OF LOVE

@ Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa

053 371 999

Getting married? Just love love? Don’t miss this wedding showcase featuring a variety of wedding themes and styles along with an exhibition of Thai, Lanna, Chinese and Western wedding ceremonies, cocktail reception, wedding photo exhibition, workshop, wedding and honeymoon packages and prize drawings. Starts at 4 p.m.

5th – 12th June

INTHAKIN FESTIVAL

@ Wat Chedi Luang

A large religious ceremony to celebrate the Chiang Mai city pillar by offering flowers, candles and incense. Traditional dancing, performances, carnival games and food stalls.

Now – 9th June 

FASHION DESTINATION

@ Chiang Mai Hall, Central Airport Plaza 

Brand name clothing, watches, shoes, make-up and much more, up to 90% discount.

Now – 2nd June

DEAW 10 – A STAND-UP COMEDY

@ Kad Theatre

www.thaiticketmajor.com

A stand-up comedy performance by the most popular comedian of Thailand, ‘Nose Udom Taepanich.’ Starts at  7 p.m.

8th June

CHIANG MAI ENSEMBLE AND FRIENDS

@ AUA Auditorium

089 757 9875

A musical performance composed by Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev and Overture. Admission is 200 baht and 100 baht for students.

11th June

TEMPLE FAIR

@ Monkey Club

A very local countryside party with many carnival activities and a concert by Baitoey R Siam.

25th June 

DA ENDORPHIN CONCERT

@ The Good View Bar & Restaurant

053 302 764

Concert performance by female pop rocker Da Endorphin.

27th June

POD MODERNDOG

@ Tara Bar

053 248 059

Concert performance by indie rocker Pod Moderndog.

Now – 31st October

FIND THE RAINBOW

@ Kad Suan Kaew

083 762 3738

Instagram photo contest hosted by Kad Suan Kaew under the theme ‘Find the Rainbow’. Monthly grand prize winners get 3,000 baht, and pictures that get the most likes and shares will also win 1,000 baht. Any photos featuring rainbows and tagged #kadsuankaew are eligible to win.

1st, 16th and 30th June

AIS REGIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION II

@ 700 Year Stadium

www.chiangmaifc.com

‘The Tigers’ Chiang Mai FC will play their home games on 1st June against Chiang Rai City FC, on 16th June against Phitsanulok TSY FC and on 30th June against Kamphangphet FC. Tickets cost 80, 60 and 40 baht. Kick-off at 6 p.m.

13th – 23rd June

EUROPEAN UNION FILM FESTIVAL

@ SF Cinema, Promenada Resort Mall 

www.facebook.com/EUinThailand

Enjoy 18 rare films from 15 countries such as Luxembourg, Finland, Czech Republic, Romania and more with English subtitles. Admission is free. Get the tickets 30 minutes before the film starts in front of the cinema.