Hua Hin Music Coundown 2013

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Hua Hin Music Coundown 2013
Hua Hin Music Coundown 2013

The Prachuap Khirikhan Provincial Office, Hua Hin Municipality and Tourist Police Office of Hua Hin will welcome 2013 with Hua Hin Music Countdown at the Centennial Park in Hua Naa. According to the Deputy Governor of Prachuap Khirikhan Mr. Sommit Silprasert, the Deputy Mayor of Hua Hin Mr. Montree Chuphu and the Commander of Hua Hin Tourist Police Office Pol. Maj. Gen. Roy Inkhapairot, this annual festive event will take place at 12 p.m. on 31 December 2012 to 1 a.m. on 1 January 2013.

This is the first time the organizers adjust the local date and time of the event to the international ones. As its name suggests, many popular DJs and pop, country and hard rock singers from Thailand, Europe and America were invited to join the event with modern lights and sound to celebrate the New Year. Mr. Sommit said that this event was the first time in its history because, in the past, hotels and guesthouses organized musical events separately. This year, local people and visitors in Hua Hin can enjoy a big music festival with international standard.

They can enjoy concerts while tasting good food. Throughout the event, Hua Hin tourist police and provincial officers will take good care of everyone. More importantly, the entrance to the event is free! Realizing that tourists will influx in the city at the end of the year, the former Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop is pleased to allow the organizers to use the Centennial Park in Hua Naa as the venue because it can accommodate a total of 100,000 people with parking space.”Apart from giving them spiritual happiness with music performance by leading artists in Thailand and other countries, visitors can win a lucky draw for a Toyota Vios, a round trip plane ticket from Bangkok to Tokyo and from Bangkok to Hong Kong, a gold necklace and iPhone 5 among others,” said Ms. Theeya Phaosawat, the managing director of Big Applause Co., Ltd., the main organizer of the event. Finally, Pol. Maj. Gen. Roy said that the police in Hua Hin would provide all visitors with high safety measures as weapons are prohibited to the event and visitors will be asked to undergo weapon search before entering into the venue.

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