Pattaya City continues to schedule more events and festivals, with a total of fourteen in November and December so far

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Pattaya City leaders have scheduled a total of fourteen events so far in November and December aimed at attracting domestic tourism and helping the local economy. Two of these have already taken place, here is the list. There are also some events not from Pattaya City being planned as well.

  1. Pattaya Music Festival 2021 Week 1 on November 5th to November 6th on Pattaya Beach-completed
  2. AFF Beach Soccer Festival Pattaya 2021 from November 7th to November 11th on North Pattaya Beach-completed
  3. Pattaya Music Festival 2021 Week 2 on November 12th to November 13th on Jomtien Beach and on November 13th on Koh Larn-ongoing
  4. Pattaya Loy Krathong Festival on November 19th at Pattaya beach
  5. Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships from November 17th to November 22nd at Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya
  6. Jet Ski Pro Tour – Thailand 2021 on November 20th to November 21st on Jomtien beach (No fans will be allowed in the stadium area.)
  7. Pattaya Fireworks Festival on November 26th to November 27th at Pattaya beach
  8. Street Basketball 3×3 Pattaya Open on November 26th to November 28th at Terminal 21 Pattaya
  9. Pattaya Music Festival 2021 Week 3 on December 3rd to December 4th at Lan Poe Naklua
  10. Pattaya Music Festival 2021 Week 4 on December 10th to December 11th at Pattaya beach
  11. Naklua Walk and Eat Festival from December 11th, 2021 to January 30th, 2022 on Naklua Road
  12. Chonburi Coffee On The Beach 2021 from November 18th to November 19th at Pattaya beach
  13. Pattaya Christmas Festival on December 24th to December 25th at Pattaya beach
  14. Pattaya Countdown 2022 (date not given, but early reports state it will be December 29th-December 31st)

The Pattaya City Mayor Sonthaya Khunplome told the Pattaya News, “These events are aimed to boost Pattaya tourism and the economy after the Covid-19 outbreak. We are trying to get the old feeling of Pattaya back as soon as we can.”

TPN media notes, however, that alcohol at restaurants and the entire former vibrant nightlife and bar scene remains shuttered by national orders due to “Covid-19 concerns”. The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, stated yesterday, November 12th, 2021, that they will not allow this sector to open nationally until at least mid-January of 2022. Pattaya tourism and business associations have formally requested an exemption from this rule for Pattaya from the CCSA and Tourism Authority as of this weekend, it is unknown if this will be approved or go anywhere.

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