Not only can you follow the sound of the music to the stage, but you can also sort it out by following the good smells of a variety of Thai dishes prepared by local cooks at more than 50 stalls set up on the trail of the Central Pattaya Beach to get to the party space on both Friday and Saturday nights (August 19-20).
Pattaya City Mayor Poramet Ngampichet and his work team inspected the food stalls for cleanliness, and obviously tastes, as well as overall safety and traffic flow in the festive area. Elected in May and started working in June this year, Poramet promised the people of Pattaya a better business atmosphere and a brighter future. As a local businessman himself, he tried in every way to attract more short-term tourists to visit the city. Poramet said the music festival month is a good boost to roll the money, young people to show off their food and drink mixing skills.
This year Pattaya City Hall held the music festival over 4 weekends throughout August. Shows start at 5 p.m. with free admission. Traffic is closed until midnight. The final episode is next weekend (August 26-27).