Kolour In The Park returned in its fourth year with the biggest open air house and techno festival in Bangkok on Saturday-Sunday February 24-25 at Thai Wake Park.

Presented by Singha Music and powered by Rip Curl, Pullman Hotel G and Red Bull, Kolour In The Park hosted its most impressive event to date, delivering an immersive experience combining music, art, sports, interactive daytime activities and nocturnal buzz. Since the first edition in 2015, this sunset party has expanded every year both even in format and music lineup.

The artist roster showcased a broader spectrum of music, including more alternative live acts while still remaining a strong lead in house and techno. International artists such as Mat.Joe, Nakadia, Pomo, Youngr, Alle Farben, Nils Hoffmann and a wave of Bangkok-based and homegrown artists, led by Dan Buri and Coran, provided diverse and top-class soundtrack to the beautiful sunset party.

The crowd was able to enjoy Kolour-ful lifestyle activities like lake swimming, arts and crafts, giant beer pong and massages. The open layout at Thai Wake Park was transformed into a festival ground with two stages – a decorative main stage taking the shape of a dragon with smoke and visual mapping simulating real moving eyes, and a waterside stage by which ravellers could swim, float on assorted inflatable toys or paddleboard while enjoying the music.

Here’s an idea of what we’re talking about.

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