Bangkok underground club Mustache will be celebrating three years of their popular Takeover events this Saturday with a white-themed rooftop party at the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit’s rooftop Spectrum Lounge and Bar.
The ‘Mustache Takeover Spectrum 3rd Year Anniversary’ will take place this Saturday, October 10 at the five-star Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit’s rooftop Spectrum Lounge and Bar. The hotel is located directly near the BTS skytrain Nana Station for convenience.
Expect hours of house and techno music by some of the underground scene’s best known DJs paired with a breathtaking skyline view of Bangkok.
The line-up features Mustache resident DJs Alex Fischer and Fred Canal, Sing Sing Theater’s Lazykay, and a secret guest to be announced at a later date.
In addition to the white dress code, the 3rd Anniversary party also promises to give attendees the ultimate visual experience made possible by the collaborative efforts of Mustache resident visual artist Roberto Gamero and California-based artist Trippy Everything.
Known for his use of three-dimensional fractals to create mind-blowing psychedelic art, Trippy Everything’s work will take your eyes on a journey, ensuring the event will be one mind-bending night to remember.
Be ready to enter the void, dive into space jellies, and reach the gates of heaven until you levitate on the dancefloor.
Tickets can be purchased here. Regular tickets are available for THB700. Tickets at the door will be sold for THB1,000. All ticket holders are entitled to one free drink and the after-party at Mustache Bangkok.
Tucked inside the small side-street of Ratchada Soi 7, away from popular tourist areas in the city of Bangkok, Mustache Bangkok has become a popular hotspot among Thais and local expats.
Add in the club’s monthly themed events and top international DJ bookings at unique locations around the city, and it’s no wonder why Mustache is a place party people keep coming back for more.
Time: 5pm – 11.30pm
Dress Code: White
General Tickets: THB 700
Door Tickets: THB 1000
Photos courtesy of Mustache Bangkok