Bangkok, 1 March, 2019 – The Krabi Naga Fest 2019 will take place from 1 to 3 March on Khlong Muang Beach in Krabi organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) together with the Krabi private and public sector.
Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor, said: “The annual Krabi Naga Fest is a fantastic event that promotes greater awareness of Krabi as a destination that offers much in the way of nature, culture and historical significance. It does so in a fun, friendly and family-oriented way, and this year’s festival promises to be one of the best yet.”
This year’s theme for the Krabi Naga Fest is ‘Breezing Beach & Music’, and the event once again promises a wonderful Friday, Saturday and Sunday of music, food and culture in one of Krabi’s most picturesque and enchanting seaside spots.
Each day, the event runs from 17.00 – 24.00 Hrs. and entrance is free.
The event’s three-day programme is packed with a wide variety of activities for festival-goers to enjoy. This includes performances by well-known pop, pop-jazz and pop-rock musicians and singers, cultural shows, street shows and an OTOP products fair and local communities fair. Four- and five-star hotels and resorts will be providing fresh seafood and other delicious cuisine throughout the event.
Among the artists performing over the three days will be DJ Roxy June, Choy Andaman, Soul After Six, Zeal and AB Normal.
On Friday, 1 March from 19.15 – 20.15 Hrs., the International Jazz Summit will wow festival-goers as it features Saskia Laroo, Demi Nova, Alexander Beets, Warren Byrd, Koh Mr.Saxman, Pui Duangpon and Mr. Ling Surasak.
On Saturday, 2 March from 18.15 – 19.15 Hrs., Koh Mr.Saxman will take to the stage again with Cheryl Hayes, followed by Saskia Laroo, Alexander Beets and Warren Byrd from 19.15 – 20.15 Hrs.
On Sunday, 3 March the Krabi International Jazz Summit and Koh. Mr.Saxman will be on stage from 18.15 – 19.15 Hrs. and then Saskia Laroo, Alexander Beets and Warren Byrd from 19.15 – 20.15 Hrs.
As part of the Krabi Naga Fest 2019, there will also be a run-walk to the summit of nearby Mount Ngon Nark and a Khlong Muang Beach clean-up activity.