A series of carnival shows are being performed at Parc Paragon (in front of Siam Paragon) daily as part of Siam Paragon’s 14th Anniversary World Magical Celebrations.
More than 100 performers from all over the world have been performing since December 17 until 31 of this year.
Here is the schedule posted on Timeout Bangkok Magazine.
26-30 Dec: Gueule d’Ours
(45 mins, 26-27 Dec at 17.30 and 19.20; 28-29 Dec at 5PM and 19.20; 30 Dec at 17.30PM and 19.20)
An illuminated bear horde move around accompanied by professional dancers to fascinate shoppers with their extravagant shows and surprises.
26-31 Dec: Traps
(30 mins, 26-27 Dec at 17:00 and 18.50; 28-29 Dec at 16.30 and 18.50; 30 Dec at 17:00 and 18:50; 31 Dec at 16:00 and 17.30)
There are dinosaur invaders at Siam Paragon. Fret not! They are a group of colorful, friendly creators joining us for the New Year celebration. Everyone is guaranteed to fall in love with them.
The most exciting and entertaining event of the series, the countdown concert is here, featuring Thailand’s most famous artists including Plammy, The Toys, 4 Podum (Kan, Kam, Dome and Tum), J-Jetrin and his son Jaonaay, and rapper Joey Boy. Also renowned DJ Hello Kitty from Japan will join the party offering non-stop upbeat dance music till late.
The International Carnivals is taking place from 17 until 31 December 2019 at Parc Paragon and throughout Siam Paragon. For more information, please call 02-610-8000, visit www.siamparagon.co.th or Facebook: Siam Paragon.
Here are the previous performances from December 17 to 25.
17-21 Dec: Picto Facto
(30 mins, 17.30 and 19.30)
“Image Blowers,” a group of performers from France, shows fantasy childhood memories and the world of joys through their illuminated, colorful pictographic inflatable puppets in different sizes and shapes.
18-22 Dec: Headless Men
(40 mins, 18 and 20 Dec at 16.50 and 18.50; 19, 21 and 22 Dec at 16:00 and 18:00)
Headless Men from Germany and Chile who have roamed around the world make a stop at Siam Paragon to welcome shoppers with their funny acts.
21-25 Dec: Compagnia LA FABIOLA
(35 mins, 21-22 Dec at 16.40 and 18.40; 23-25 Dec at 17:00 and 18.50)
Italian puppeteers give lives to two puppet protagonists. One is a charming pet dog named Giulio and another is Fabiola, the naughty, yet sweet girl who will make you forget that they are just puppets with the team’s fascinating skills.
22-25 Dec: Divas & Tambours
(40 mins, 21-22 Dec at 17.20 and 18.20; 23-25 Dec at 17:40 and 19.30)
French street performers turn inspirations from renowned French artists Victor Vasalery and Paul Cézanne into gigantic dolls roaming through Parc Paragon.