The three-day online music festival, hosted by JOOX Thailand, will bring together over 30 Thai and international artists under the theme of ‘The Sound of Happiness’ on June 19-21 via the JOOX app.
Although Thailand, following other countries within the SEA region, has begun lifting their strict coronavirus regulations earlier this week, adapting and staying safe during these uncertain times is still of the utmost importance. Therefore, to encourage people to stay and happy, JOOX Thailand will be hosting the three-day JOOX World Music Day 2020 through their app for music lovers to watch live concerts straight from home.
The online music festival, under the theme of The Sound of Happiness, will bring together over 30 Thai and international artists to perform exclusive live sessions through the JOOX app. The event will also implement a gifting system in which for every two gifts fans give to their favourite performing artists, 1 Thai baht will be donated to UNICEF Thailand’s COVID-19 relief efforts. So it’s always great to enjoy live music while giving back to charity!
Watch the promo clip below:
The line-up features popular Thai artists and bands including INDIGO, Nont Tanont, Ink Warunthorn, Slot machine, Greasy Cafe, MEAN, BOWKYLION, Three Man Down, MIRRR, Lek Pongsatorn, Zom Marie, Nink Phitchapa of Sweat16, Taitosmith, Marina + Mindset, Super Boy, NICECNX, D Gerrard, SBFIVE, Nakhun ‘Perth’ Screaigh and Talay Sanguandikun from Thai TV drama My Engineer, Jaylerr x Paris, and Billkin.
International artists joining in on this music extravaganza include Ruel, mxmtoon, Circa Waves, Conor Matthews, JC Stewart, Alexander 23 and Maximillion.
Check out the schedule below to see when your favourite artists perform via the JOOX app.
JOOX World Music Day, held for the fifth time this year, is an event dedicated to the global World Music Day which is an annual music celebration for music lovers that takes place on June 21. Previous iterations of the JOOX World Music Day festival came in the form of outdoor concerts, but the team decided to take the festival online this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.