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Karma Krachao's fourth edition returns to Bangkok’s green oasis in November

This year's edition includes a second-day collab event with Liminal Dreams, focusing on a more meditative experience with ambient tunes

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 1 July 2024
Karma Krachao's fourth edition returns to Bangkok’s green oasis in November

The fourth edition of Karma Krachao returns to Bang Krachao on November 16, 2024, promising a highly awaited comeback celebration in Bangkok's lush green lung.

Once again the iconic Karma Klique is prepping the intimate gathering renowned for its stellar music curation and immersive natural settings.

From 1pm to midnight, the hiddenwoods venue will come alive with beats both local and international talents.

Baitong~Xystems, Diskonnected from Smoke Machine and Organik, Kia from Animalia, NK Chan of Giant Swing, Sarayu from More Rice Records, Sunju Hargun of Siamese Twins, Yoshi Nori from 禁 JIN, and Walrus of Basic Moves are set to deliver an eclectic mix of techno, house, and experimental sounds for the main event.

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This year, festivities continue on November 17 at Brownstone with a special collaboration between Karma Klique and Liminal Dreams.

Running from 2pm-10pm, this event features Tokyo-based artist Chris SSG along with strong line-up support and focuses on ambient and celestial tunes, providing a serene, meditative end to the weekend, complete with comfy pillows and incense sticks.

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You will need to purchase the bundle package for access to both events.

With limited capacity, tickets are expected to sell out quickly—Early Bird passes have already gone.

Secure your tickets to Karma Krachao 4 here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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