On April 3rd for one night only the sultry singer, who dominated Asia's pop scene in the 2000s, will be performing all her best hits to an exclusive Lost & Found audience. Tata Young became a prominent figure on Thailand's pop scene after the release of her debut album Amita Tata Young in 1995 that went on to sell over one million copies. She enjoyed widespread mainstream popularity across Asia from Thailand to Japan with a string of number one hits including Sexy, Naughty, Bitchy, Dhoom Dhoom and El Nin-Yo.
The upcoming mini concert is just a first in a series of exciting live performances and shows the Lost & Found team will be putting on for Bangkok's revellers in the upcoming months. Having made a name for itself as a decadent destination for eccentric extravagance and a celebration of self-expression, Lost & Found will continue pushing the envelope for what inclusivity, talent and creativity mean.
Designed by Ashley Sutton of The Iron Fairies and Maggie Choo's fame, Lost & Found's intimate, bunker-like space with its moving ceiling lights and steampunk aesthetics delivers a hat-trick of nightlife experiences: as a restaurant, bar and performance space for some of the city's most unique shows and entertainers.
Lost & Found is located on the 3rd floor of Avani+ Riverside Bangkok Hotel / Riverside Plaza. Doors open at 8pm. Ticket prices start at THB 1,500 net including two drinks; a limited number of VIP tables is available. For more information and reservations, please contact [email protected] or call +66 (0) 2476 0022 ext. 1416.
Source: AVANI Riverside Bangkok Hotel