On the first and third Friday and Saturday of each month, the festival begins at 5 p.m. on stages at a number of Pattaya sites. Entry is uncompensated. On Friday at Central Pattaya Junction’s main stage, the festival’s opening ceremony was attended by Poramet Ngamphichet, the city’s mayor. The main event will occur next weekend between Soi 7-8 at Jomtien Beach Stage (August 12-13). Friday is likely to be chaotic because Mother’s Day is a public holiday in Thailand.
According to the festival’s organizers, attendees are required to wear masks, adhere to safety precautions, and have gotten at least two doses of the coronavirus vaccination. After the event was postponed in March owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, attendees are eager to have a good time. 273 police officers will be hired, according to Pattaya Deputy Mayor Thithiphan Petchtrakul, to manage visitors and lessen traffic. The Pattaya Central Beach stage will host the festival’s third and fourth weekends (August 19–20 and August 26–27, respectively). This month’s Pattaya Music Festival will draw tens of thousands of music enthusiasts to the eastern province of Chon Buri. The Northern Pattaya Tesco Lotus, Terminal 21, Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya City 8 School, Chai Mongkol Temple, and Central Festival Pattaya Beach will all have parking places available. Three stages with a range of young, old, Thai, and foreign music aficionados attended the festival’s first weekend.

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