34.3 C
Bangkok
Thursday, February 22, 2024

Vibrations Festival Returns: Reggae & Revelry in Phuket!

The popular Vibrations Festival is returning to The Slate Phuket for another weekend of immersive entertainment and feasting that brings the spirit of Jamaica to life. Celebrating art, fashion, music, and creativity in all its forms, guests will enjoy an ISAAN feast including grilled pork, sticky rice, som tum and an Asian jambalaya, a concert by Thailand’s most successful reggae act Job to Do, body painting by visual artist Trey Hurst, a fashion show by renowned designer Eric Raisina, a fire show, free-flight Bird Show, and dancing under the stars to DJ Marcos. There will even be joints on offer for more free-spirited revelers to get them in the mood.

The Vibrations Festival has become a signature event in Phuket and cements The Slate’s position at the cutting-edge of contemporary culture. The Slate has built a reputation as the place to go for fun and fearless events that take guests on a magical journey into new cultures and new experiences. Vibrations will take place on the resort’s Coliseum Lawn, an enchanting natural amphitheater where guests can chill out on the soft grass, sip cocktails surrounded by swaying palms, and dance the night away under the stars.

“The Slate loves to partner with the best artists, musicians, performers and creators throughout the year and we are excited to welcome Job to Do, one of the most recognized and respected Thai reggae artists in the world,” said The Slate’s owner Krystal Prakaikaew Na-Ranong. “With multiple albums and a fanbase that stretches around the world, Job’s music blends reggae, ska, Thai country, folk and dub and his performances are always guaranteed to bring people to their feet.”

Rasta Jambalaya brings together the chill of Rasta culture with the joy of Jambalaya, to create a colourful celebration with an Asian twist.  Packages including food, welcome drink and half-bottle of wine per person are priced from just 2500 THB.

For those who wish to make a weekend of it, accommodation packages are available to experience the full festival including overnight accommodation, the Rasta Jambalaya experience, roundtrip airport transfers, activities and more from 17,000 THB for two in a D-Buk Family Suite or 19,500 THB for two in a private pool suite.

Designed by Bill Bensley, The Slate Phuket is the only hotel in Thailand to be named amongst TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Out of the Ordinary Hotels, a title given to only the top 1% of the 8 million hotels on the platform. Steeped in Phuket’s rich tin mining history, the hotel’s art-filled spaces provide the perfect backdrop for your imagination to run wild.

For bookings go to: https://www.theslatephuket.com/bold-the-slate.html

Related Articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.