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The Biggest International Concerts in Thailand for 2023

The Biggest International Concerts in Thailand for 2023

Now that the local concert scene has returned to its “new normalcy,” a high volume of live shows is expected to be held at major venues in Thailand, particularly in Bangkok. 

Get ready to feel the euphoria, we’ve listed the biggest artists you’d surely love to see perform live in 2023. To ensure everyone’s safety and well-being, we recommend complying with Thailand’s COVID-free setting protocols. 

Note: Bookmark this page as The Beat Bangkok gives you updates on the latest concert announcements.


Blackpink – Jan. 7-8

Blackpink in your area! The South Korean girl group will bring the Born Pink World Tour to Bangkok on Jan. 7 and 8 at Suphachalasai National Stadium. In 2022, tickets sale kicked off with fan club presale on Oct. 28, presale on Nov. 16, and general sale on Nov. 18.

The group, consisting of Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa, and Rosé, released their latest album “BORN PINK” on Sept. 16, 2022. It landed at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart, becoming the first album by an all-female group to top the ranking since 2008. Ticket prices range from THB2,000-THB9,600. For more ticketing details, visit Live Nation Tero.

Simon Dominic, LOCO, GRAY, Lee Hi, and Yugyeom – Jan .13

AOMG artists Simon Dominic, LOCO, GRAY, Lee Hi, and Yugyeom will have their world tour in Asia in 2023. The “Follow The Movement” tour includes seven Asian cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Manila, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Taipei. The concert will be held at Union Mall, Union Hall in Bangkok.

AOMG is a record label known for its Korean hip-hop and R&B artists.

Tickets went on sale on Dec. 5, 2022, with prices ranging from THB2,900-THB6,900. For more information, check out Thai Ticket Major.

Cigarettes After Sex – Jan. 27

American pop band Cigarettes After Sex will perform their “dreamy” and ethereal music again in Bangkok on Jan. 27. This is the band’s third time visiting the country led by Greg Gonzalez (vocalist) along with members Jacob Tomsky (drums) and Randy Miller (bassist). The trio will rock Moonstar Studio again for the second time. 

Ticket prices start at THB2,200 via TicketMelon.

Enhypen – Jan. 28-29

The new powerhouse of K-pop and all-male band Enhypen will surely hype the Impact Arena in Bangkok on Jan. 28 and 29 as part of their Manifesto world tour. After making their debut in 2020, the boy group has been hailed as the most popular fourth-generation K-pop group for winning the Best Rookie Artist award at the 35th Golden Disc Awards in 2021 and Worldwide Fans’ Choice at the 2022 MAMA Awards.

Tickets are priced at THB2,500-THB6,800 via Thai Ticket Major.

The True Mayhem – Feb. 5

Black metal band The True Mayhem, simply Mayhem, will bring their Thalassic Ritual Tour to Bangkok in 2023. The band wrapped up their European leg in 2022 and will start its Asian tour on Jan. 31, including stops in Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Bangkok.

The concert will take place at Mr. Fox Live House on Feb. 5. At present, the band consists of Attila Csihar (vocalist), Charles Hedger (guitarist), Jan Axel Blomberg (drums), and Teloch (guitarist). 

Ticket prices start at THB1,800 via TicketMelon.

The Vamps – Feb. 10

Who else could possibly forget “Somebody To You” and “All Night” by The Vamps? These feel-good songs released in 2014 will be heard again as the band will play their greatest hits in Bangkok as part of their 10th band anniversary celebration and world tour in 2023.

The Greatest Hits Tour in Bangkok will happen at Samyan Mitrtown Hall. Public sale of tickets began last Nov. 10, 2022. Ticket prices range from THB2,000-THB2,800 via Thai Ticket Major.

Wallows – Feb. 20

American alternative rock band from Los Angeles Wallows, composed of Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters, and Cole Preston, will fly to Bangkok on Feb. 20.

Get ready to hear some of their popular tracks “Are Your Bored Yet?” “Remember When,” and “Scrawny” live! The Wallows concert will happen at Moonstar Studio on Feb. 20 as part of their

“Tell Me That It’s Over Tour” in Asia. The trio kicked off their tour in April 2022 with a sold-out concert in North America. The Asian leg will include stops in Manila, Singapore, Seoul, and Tokyo. Ticket prices start at THB2,200 via TicketMelon.

Conan Gray – Feb. 22

American singer-songwriter Conan Gray will have his maiden concert to Asia in 2023. The “Superache Tour Asia 2023” will take place on Feb 22, 2023 at Impact Exhibition Hall 5 in Bangkok. The presale of tickets started last Nov. 24, 2022 and the public sale began the following day on Nov. 25.

Born in California, Gray rose to prominence when he uploaded his song titled “Idle Town” on YouTube in 2017. At present, he has written more than 20 tracks, including “People Watching,” “Heather,” “Maniac,” “Overdrive” and more. Tickets are priced from THB-1,500-THB3,500 via Thai Ticket Major.

AURORA – Feb. 23

Think Agnes Obel fused with Florence, you’ll come up with AURORA. The Norwegian singer has included Bangkok in the Asian leg of her “The Gods We Can Touch” Tour, bringing that signature Scandinavian avant-garde approach to pop. Expect the “Runaway” singer to make it a memorable night, performing songs in her recently released titular album, as well as hits like “Running with the Wolves, and “Daydreamer.” One can wish that she’s going to include her cover of Oasis’ “Half the World Away,” which is just delightful.

Tickets are on sale, with a base price of THB1,800.

Westlife – Feb. 28

Westlife’s “Wild Dreams” Tour has the Irish crooners island-hopping all over Southeast Asia, and it’s going to be Bangkok to close out their Pacific excursion. The four-man crew is going strong after more than 20 years in the business, and their hits such as “I Lay My Love on You,” “Bop Bop Baby,” and “World of Our Own” are still as good today as they were in the early aughts. And no one can deny that they had one of the best modern renditions of classic songs in their version of “Uptown Girl.”

Ticket prices start at THB1,500.

OneRepublic – March 3

OneRepublic, one of the biggest bands in the world, is going to raise the roof of the IMPACT Arena with certified bangers like “If I Lose Myself,” “Love Runs Out,” and “Counting Stars.” If you think you can pass on the Colorado rockers, we implore you to put on “Apologize” on your speakers right now. Ryan Tedder and co. are one of the few who can get your head banging, feet dancing, and your heart racing.

There six different seating levels, with prices starting at THB1,500.

Arctic Monkeys – March 9

Alex Turner is someone who was born to perform who just happened to be the frontman of Arctic Monkeys, rock music’s premier tastemakers. We can’t emphasise it enough that Turner is a rare gem of a performer, and you need to see him belt out “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor,” “Fluorescent Adolescent,” and “R U Mine” at least once in your life. It’s Bangkok’s turn to be mesmerised this March, and if the reviews of their most recent shows are any indication, you’re in for an unforgettable night.

Passes start at THB4,000. 

NCT Dream – March 10-12

NCT Dream’s last full-length album, “Glitch Mode,” proved that the group belongs beyond the confines of K-Pop. It was full of bangers, from when “Fire Alarm” comes on until “Rewind” closes out the record. There’s never been a better time to see Jeno, Jaemin, Jisung, Renjun, Chenle and Mark, as they’re fresh off the success of their 2022 release and their special mini album, “Candy.” NCT Dream is in Bangkok in three nights, with ticket prices starting at THB2,000.

Harry Styles – March 11

Harry Styles’ “Love on Tour 2023” is scheduled to take place on March 11 at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok. The 88-date world tour will run across 26 countries which include North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.

This year, Styles’ “As It Was” was the most streamed song in the United Kingdom with a total of 1.5 billion times streamed on Spotify. Tickets are priced from THB1,500-THB8,500 via Thai Ticket Major.

Bryan Adams – March 17

On March 17, Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams will hit the Royal Paragon Hall in Bangkok as part of his “So Happy It Hurts Tour.” Adams has been active in the pop music scene since 1980s and he was dubbed as “Canada’s brightest male star” for his “Reckless” album released in 1985, which amassed more than 10 million copies.

Apart from Bangkok, Adams will also be performing in Seoul, Sendai, Osaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Manila. The presale of tickets will be on Jan. 5, 2023, to be followed by the public sale on Jan. 6. To register for the event, click here.

The 1975 – April 4

English band The 1975, led by vocalist Matt Healy, is known for their electropop, funk, indie pop, and pop rock music. In 2023, Bangkok will hear them perform live, including their popular tracks “Chocolate,” “Somebody Else” “Robbers,” “It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You),” and “Looking For Somebody (To Love)” among others. The concert will be held at Impact Arena on April 4.

“The 1975: At Their Very Best” tour will feature songs from their latest album “'Being Funny In A Foreign Language.” Ticket prices range from THB2,500-THB6,500 via TicketMelon.

ITZY – April 8

Thai MIDZYs! Get ready to dance with ITZY as they will be coming to Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani, on April 8. The group, which consists of Ryujin, Yuna, Yeji, Chaeryeong, and Lia will embark on their first world tour titled “CHECKMATE,” which will include stops in Manila, Jakarta, and Chiba. The tour kicked off in August 2022 in Seoul, South Korea. 

Tickets are priced from THB2,800-THB5,800 via Thai Ticket Major.

Rolling Loud – April 13-15

In what’s possibly the hypest event in Thailand this year, the world’s biggest acts will be flocking to Pattaya for Rolling Loud’s debut in Thailand. Cardi B, Travis Scoot, Lil Uzi Vert, and Chris Brown are the most notable performers, and that should probably lock in your ticket purchase for the event. This amazingly stacked festival has no rival in 2023, and if you’ve been saving for a concert, this is the time to put that money to good use.

Don’t wait to get your three-day passes, with tickets starting at THB13,000.

Louis Tomlinson – April 22

The former One Direction member isn’t slowing down, with the “Faith in the Future” Tour putting the English singer all over the world. And, as most recent events would suggest, 1D’s alums never disappoint when it comes to entertainment. You know you’re getting “Just Hold On,” “Back to You,” and “Miss You,” all of which legitimise his claim as one of pop’s best crooners.

Tickets start from THB1,500.

Jeff Bernat – Jun. 13

Filipino-American singer Jeff Bernat is one of the best new-age R&B has to offer, which is why it was heart-breaking to have had his night in Bangkok postponed. Never mind that, though, as he has a new date with his Thai fans. With a catalogue of candy-sweet hits like “Call You Mine,” “Pillow Talk,” and “Angel 2 Me,” this is the perfect date night/concert to go with your other half.

Tickets start at THB, 2,600.

Editor's note: This article was first published on Dec. 23, 2022, and was amended on Feb. 22, 2023 to add more artists.

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