Kolour is proud to present their biggest outdoor event of the year “Kolour In The Park with Sven Vath” where guests will enjoy 12 hours of gourmet food, spectacular art and music at the open air venue of Thai Wake Park on February 21, 2015 from 12pm to 12 midnight.
Kolour is best known for their open-air event series Kolour Sundays held in various secret locations which made its debut in 2011 and has been on-going with over 20,000 fans.
This time around, party goers are in for a treat with an extended set from world famous DJ Sven Vath who has been a leading innovator in the techno music scene for over 30 years and also the founder of Ibiza’s Cocoon parties. He has been a key figure in the global expansion of house/techno and one of the greatest DJs in the world. Others confirmed to play on the day include a host of Kolour’s hottest past DJs Nakadia, Darragh Casey, Adam Swain, Coran and Sunju Hargun.
“It took us 3 years to find such an amazing venue to host this event so we’re thrilled that it’s finally happening. It’s going to be the biggest outdoor party that we’ve ever organized since the venue has a capacity of over 2,000 people. We’re excited to introduce this new concept to the Bangkok party scene,” says Coran Maloney, co-founder of Kolour.
This is the first time that such an exciting music and lifestyle event will be held at the open air venue of Thai Wake Park. Guests will get to experience the popular open air Thai Wake Park like never before with breathtaking views of the surrounding rice fields, 3 lakes including one that will be available for swimming, and plenty of lush green grass. Enjoy a full day of gourmet food, swimming in the lake, art displays, performances and music from Bangkok’s hottest DJ’s.
B850 general release tickets and B950 final release tickets will be available at Kolour In The Park. Limited B1,100 tickets will be available at the door on the day.
The main bar sponsor of the event is Super Dry with additional drinks booths by sponsors Singha, Redbull and Syder Bay.
Thai Wake Park is located 15 minutes outside of Bangkok at Lum Luk Ka, Pathum Thani.