Pattaya Football Stadium Set to Also Become World-Class Concert Venue

Pattaya, Thailand – In an exciting development for music enthusiasts and tourists alike, the Pattaya Football Stadium is undergoing construction with plans to also transform it into a world-class concert venue. The announcement was made by Mr. Settha Thavisin, the Prime Minister, during his recent visit to the area.

Key Features of the Upcoming Venue

1. Spacious Area: The stadium boasts a wide expanse, providing ample space for large-scale events. Upon completion, it will accommodate more than 20,000 people, making it an ideal choice for hosting major concerts.

2. Modern Infrastructure: The Pattaya Football Stadium will be equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. From sound systems to seating arrangements, every detail will be carefully considered to enhance the concert experience.

3. Convenient Transportation: Accessibility is a priority. Situated in the heart of Pattaya, the venue ensures easy access for both local residents and tourists. Well-connected roads and public transportation options will facilitate smooth travel to and from the stadium.

Ensuring Readiness for World-Class Concerts

Mr. Thavisin emphasized the importance of thorough inspections and preparations. Specifically, the electrical system must be rigorously evaluated to ensure it can handle the demands of large-scale concerts. The lighting infrastructure must be scrutinized to prevent any disruptions during performances. Additionally, the entrance and exit roads should be widened to accommodate the expected influx of concertgoers.

“By transforming the Pattaya Football Stadium into a world-class concert venue,” Mr. Thavisin stated, “we aim to attract significant revenue from tourists visiting the Chonburi area.”

The completion date for the stadium is set for 2025, and anticipation is building among music enthusiasts and event organizers. With its strategic location, modern amenities, and commitment to excellence, the Pattaya Football Stadium is poised to become a premier destination for unforgettable musical experiences, according to Mr. Thavisin.

The Pattaya News notes, however, that the long under development stadium is not without its critics. The stadium is near many residential neighbourhoods and suburbs whose residents likely would be concerned about the additional traffic and noise the sports and music events would bring to their area.

Read more about the construction of the stadium from our prior coverage here.

All photos Pattaya City Mayor’s Office.

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