Great interest for Danish jazz on grass

Around 300 guests attended the jazz on grass event this Saturday in the garden of the Danish Embassy in Bangkok. 

Sound testing in the garden before the guests arrive. Photo: Danish Embassy in Bangkok
Sound testing in the garden before the guests arrive. Photo: Danish Embassy in Bangkok

To hold an event in a city like Bangkok, where the opportunities for being entertained are unlimited, and make sure that enough people will show up, can be a tough challenge some times.

But the Danish Embassy in Bangkok succeeded to gather around 300 guests to their jazz concert with Danish saxophonist Jakob & Yasmin Dinesen ft. Koh Mr. Saxman.

“The music was just amazing,” one of the guests said.

Besides the music, Carlsberg provided free cold beers during the night.

 Photo: Danish Embassy in Bangkok

One Comment on “Great interest for Danish jazz on grass”

  1. Thank you for writing about the jazz on grass.I must admit that both the report and the two photos did not completely illustrate what a great evening it was.It was fantastic to see and listen to two of the world’s best saxophonists and experience how the whole band of Thai and Danish jazz musicians (incl. a french piano master) worked happily together, and also to see and hear Jasmin charm the whole audience both of the young and old generations. Thank you to the Danish Embassy for opening their beautiful garden for such events like in the old days. Hope you will soon repeat this again.

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