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Pattaya Music Festival will be moved to November, says mayor


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By Adam Judd

 

Pattaya, Thailand-  The Pattaya Mayor, Sonthaya Khunplume, spoke to The Pattaya News yesterday afternoon and other local press and announced that the Pattaya Music Festival, the first “scheduled” event in about half a year in Pattaya, will be moved to November.

 

We had first announced the music festival several weeks ago in this article here.

 

The festival, which still needs final approval from the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, was planned to be over multiple weekends and a way to “kick-off” the city reopening to vaccinated foreign tourists. For more information about the plan to reopen Pattaya to tourism (with rules), you can click here to reference our recent articles and the mayor’s statements on it.

 

According to the Mayor and the CCSA, and referenced in the article linked above, Pattaya and other areas planning to “reopen” have been postponed a month to November 2021. As a result, and based on suggestions from relevant agencies,

 

Pattaya has moved back the plan to run a music festival starting the weekend of October 22nd to the weekend of November 5th. This will also serve as the official “welcome back” for Pattaya to both domestic and foreign tourists. TPN media notes the music festival is primarily geared at domestic tourism, however, and always has been.

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/09/29/pattaya-music-festival-will-be-moved-to-november-says-mayor/

 

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  • webfact changed the title to Pattaya Music Festival will be moved to November, says mayor
28 minutes ago, webfact said:

was planned to be over multiple weekends and a way to “kick-off” the city reopening to vaccinated foreign tourists

next year then, as very few are coming in the coming months with the demands

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The festival, which still needs final approval from the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, was planned to be over multiple weekends and a way to “kick-off” the city reopening to vaccinated foreign tourists. For more information about the plan to reopen Pattaya to tourism (with rules), you can click here to reference our recent articles and the mayor’s statements on it.

What about the "no more than 5 people gathering" ??

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3 hours ago, hotchilli said:

What about the "no more than 5 people gathering" ??

I thought the general rule now was groups of no more than 20 or even 25?

And presumably if this was allowed to go ahead a number of restrictions would need to be lifted anyhow.

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19 minutes ago, Harveyboy said:

yes should be great...listen to music ..drink only water..be in bed at 9 pm .. that's my idea of a music festival..dingbats 

Don't exaggerate, you need not be home until 10pm, and can go to bed when you like.. 

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