Updates, details, and road closure for upcoming Pattaya Festival

Pattaya —

Pattaya officials released updates and details about the upcoming Pattaya Festival that would take place from September 16th to 17th.

Pattaya deputy mayor Mr. Krishna Boonsawas chaired a meeting on Thursday, September 1st to draft measures and update details about the upcoming two-day long Pattaya Festival, which would take the city by storm on Pattaya Beach.

The measures during the festival mostly involved security, traffic, and Covid-19 prevention like a mask mandate, social distancing, etc.

The festival’s theme was “neon lights,” according to the deputy mayor. There would be a colorful parade, battles of renowned marching bands, and concerts led by “Big Ass” and “Buddha Bless” — the former a retro Thai music band, the latter a hip hop group.

The parade would start rolling from 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. from the Dolphin roundabout down Beach Road to Central Pattaya Beach. Unfortunately, Beach Road would be shortly closed during this period to make way for the expected thousands of attendees.


The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media. 

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