This Sunday, Soi Nana’s Chinese-inspired red neon-lit bar featuring its own badass Airbnb listings will celebrate its fourth birthday with four stories of art, music, dance and more.
At exactly 3pm, Ba Hao’s bar-restaurant-guest house operation will turn 4. To mark the occasion, the renovated heritage home of vintage Sino-cool will throw a party themed after a film by the man who captured it best: Wong Kar-wai’s 1990 drama Days of Being Wild.
At 2:59pm, the first floor bar floor will welcome lion dance performers and half an hour later, a solo musician will play Chinese plucked zither Guzheng. Watercolor artist Pearada Unahalekhaka will paint live at 4pm. An acapella performance follows at 5pm while DJ Billy will spin funk, soul and jazz starting at 9pm.
On the second floor, the Mitrphan Living Room, which usually welcomes Airbnb guests, will be after 6pm for music performances by the Chajeen Traditional Band and duo jazz performers Victory and Donny.
Step up to the third floor’s Maitri Chit room where a photo exhibition will show Ba Hao’s good and bad days – 1,460 days of them. The top floor’s Santiphap Room will show another photo exhibition by Bangkok photographers Gift Lee, Mek and James.
While the bar and restaurant will serve food and drinks as usual, it will add pub grub Sunday from Polynesian tiki-themed bar Mad Moa.
Ba Hao’s Day of Being Wild party will start at 2:59pm on this Sunday. The venue is located on Soi Nana in Chinatown. The best way to get there is to walk or take a short taxi ride from MRT Hua Lamphong.
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