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Bangkok, 18 February, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce that Laguna Phuket is staging the ‘Revive 555 Festival’, a series of events starting from 31 March to 18 April, 2021.
The Revive 555 Festival will feature a calendar of sports, music, cultural and community events over three weekends, starting with the Laguna Phuket Thailand Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Championship 2021 to be held at Xana Beach Club, from Wednesday, 31 March to Sunday, 4 April, 2021.
During the same weekend, from Saturday, 3 April to Sunday, 4 April, 2021, Laguna Grove will be the venue for the Laguna Phuket Soundwave music concerts presented by Works.com, with a soon-to-be-announced line-up of musical entertainment that will include several high-profile Thai pop stars. Cassia Phuket will also host its latest Angel Market offering arts, crafts, food, and entertainment on the same weekend.
On the following weekend, from Saturday, 10 April to Monday, 12 April, 2021, the annual Phuket provincial event ‘Roy Rim Lay’, showcasing Southern Thai gastronomy and music, will be held. During the same period, on Sunday, 11 April, 2021, Xana Beach Club will host an afternoon beach run followed by live entertainment and refreshments at sunset.
The Revive 555 Festival will continue over the Songkran holiday period, starting on Monday, 12 April, 2021, with a four-day Laguna Phuket Pride 2021 event celebrating the local LGBTQ+ community. This coincides with the Laguna Phuket Sustainability Day and Night Community Activity on Monday, 12 April, 2021, followed by a Laguna Golf Phuket tournament on Wednesday, 14 April, 2021.
On the final weekend of 17 – 18 April, 2021, Cassia Phuket will host the destination’s first-ever Surf Skate event featuring the fast-growing street surfing sport, live music, and more entertainment.
Event organisers pledge to continue working closely with local Phuket authorities and the Public Health Department to ensure each event’s venue strictly adheres to high safety and well-being standards.
Source: Tourism Authority of Thailand