Escape the city and shake things up this spring, and revel in that ‘it’s great to be alive’ feeling.

The exuberant energy, the vibe-y vibe, and the chance to just break-free in the lush rice fields: Kolour in the Park is all about new experiences for like-minded people from different cultures. It is the outdoor music festival that creates a space for inclusion, community, connection, and diversity. Now, Thailand’s leading day-party brand and Asia’s hippest festival is back for the sixth time in a row, with Singha Music Presents: Kolour in the Park 2020 on 7 March, a multi-genre music and art festival. Breaking norms of the traditional music festivals, it is about building a community and seeking connection by bonding over the beauty of some real music. Find below the nitty-gritty of this vibrant festival.

Push pause on your daily stress

Festival-goers, it’s time to dress-up in your favourite costumes and embrace the magic in the air. There’s only one motto here: to have the right track, in the right place, with the right people. Also, keep in mind, no judgey-faces are permitted. Let your inhibitions go, and make some new friends until the stars make their showstopper appearance in the milky sky.

Expect to see headliners such as South Africa’s iconic electronic music producer Black Coffee and vocalist Sabrina Claudio. Also, the first wave of artists will include Gioli & Assia, Running Touch, Pyra, and ATMA. Covering an extensive range of music genres, supporting acts include Kolour residents ATMA and Dark White, with newcomers Miss Foster, Gioli & Assia, Pyra, Rabbit Disco, and Running Touch on 3 stages. There will be music spanning house, techno, indie, R&B, funk, disco, and more. You just have to find your kind of stage.

Park Stage

Stay here for the live vocals saturated with high energy dance music and impressive band performances from famous artists from around the world.

Shelter Stage

Stay true to Kolour’s roots by grooving to the best house and techno journeys in a this rave playground.

Water Stage

Hosted by Disco Diaries, the intimate Water Stage by the main wakeboarding lake is ideal for those looking for chill beats and disco at the same time. After the sun sets, be ready for more heavy-hitting music.

Try something new

Go ahead and try wakeboarding for the first time, or enjoy interactive art installations on the grounds. Stop by at one of the craft or fashion vendors or even let your tense muscles relax after all that dancing with a Thai massage.

Hungry? It’s mandatory that when you are at a music festival, you need a snack on one hand, and your drink on the other. Good food will not only satisfy your tastebuds but leave you with a delightful memory to take back. Luckily, there will be 25 Degrees, Pizza Massilla, Shawarma, and Guss Damn Good at the gourmet food market.

Mark your calendars now for 7  March 2020 and bring your squad to Thai Wake Park, Lumlukka, Pathum Thani.

Grab your tickets from Kolour in the Park for THB 1,700 (General sale), THB 1,900(Final Sale), or at the door for THB 2,100. Kolour Plus+ tickets are THB 2,900 online and THB 3,900 at the door. For more info, visit www.kolourinthepark.com.

Alisha Pawa
Writer
Alisha is a passionate dancer and is always creating her own choreographies. She is a fan of rom-com novels, a coffee-drinker who loves tea, and is always on-the-go for her midnight chocolate cravings. She hopes to tick-off her never-ending bucket list one day by hosting her own travel show.