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Chiang Mai to host "Chiang Mai Fest 2014" Press Conference and APSA International Conference at Chiang Mai University

Promenada Chiang Mai.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) along with and Earth Wind & Fire Co., Ltd. and Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai, the first resort-style shopping mall in Thailand and host venue of “Chiang Mai Fest 2014,” will host a press conference to announce “Chiang Mai Fest 2014” on Thursday 13 February 2014, 14.00 – 16.00 hrs. The press conference will be organized at Building A (In front of Chalachol), Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai, and will also feature an Ensemble by Nakorn Payap International School, a musical performance by Super Rittard for the enjoyment of all media guests.

Chiang Mai Fest 2014 is a two-day, free admission music festival, with a program of musical entertainment to appeal to all ages and fans of all genres of music! A selection of artists and bands include Take Two, a boy-band known for their Indian dance rock style; Matthew Mole, a South African musician who describes his style as folk with an electronic influence; Iyeoka, a Nigerian-American poet and soul singer; and Akasha, Asia’s number one 7-piece fusion band; plus many more supporting artists over two enjoyable festival days. The festival will remain open to guests for free with a selection of refreshments and delicacies from leading hotels and restaurants cuisines in Chiang Mai available to buy.

Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai is to host the festival, offering a “concert in the park” environment in conjunction with its “More than just shopping” concept, Promenada, Chiang Mai’s resort-style, multi-level, air-conditioned shopping mall combines an open-air tropical park with terraces, food, entertainment, an outdoor fair offering lifestyle and luxury products and so much more, for the enjoyment of all festival-goers. A free Promenada Shuttle Bus will be provided from 3.00pm until midnight during the festival.

In another development, there will be the 12th Asia-Pacific Sociological Association (APSA) International Conference "Transforming Societies: Contestations and Convergences in Asia and the Pacific" on February 15-16, 2014, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, in conjunction with the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University.

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