Thailand’s queen of dance has wowed Brisbane! Over the weekend Kratae Rsiam brought the Thai people of Brisbane an amazing experience that will not be forgotten any time soon! At the foundry nightclub, the venue was filled with many energetic fans waiting to see the queen in action, it was somewhat of a chilly night, many people we're in their “blink blink” costume with short shorts, mini skirts and tank-tops covered with glitter to do their bit for the experience to come.
Before the show started the MC got on stage and hosted a singing competition of “sing your own version karaoke”, a few contestants entered and blasted the night off with a joyful yet sassy show. Moments later it was time to play a “lucky dip” game as the emcee randomly drew a ticket number and picked the lucky winner(s) to win some t-shirts. Those who got called out their ticket numbers were very lucky and took home memorable gifts.
After that the Thai comedian “Tong Chuanchuen” made his way to the stage accompanied by his sons and gave the audience a warm-up by playing a comedy show, sharing his best jokes which got the crowd laughing and smiling from ear to ear. Finally it was time for the queen her self to appear on stage.
As Kratae came out and opened a wonderful show, she brought along with her, her sister Katai and the two kicked off their set with their more classic songs. It was well received by their adoring fans, the cheers become almost deafening and the audience jumped to their feet. Kratae's moves were flawless. The two performed some of their hit songs “Sabad”,”Nana”, “Teud” and “Meree” all were naturally fast paced songs with plenty of stricking dance moves.
As the evening continued, Kratae’s cute little brother “Krit” made his way to the stage, proving this certainly was the family affair we had been waiting for. Krit got to work fast, making his way off the stage and into the audience to interact with fans below, he got them to sing along with him and show off his charm.
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As the night winded down to a close the venue was still full of energetic fans, they wanted to make the night last forever, but unfortunately Kratae and her crew had to say goodbye to the people of Brisbane. She promised she would be back, how can she not when she got such wonderful fans here right?!!
Asian Pop Radio would like to thank the organizer Thai Cultural Events Management for hosting this unforgettable event and uniting all the Thai's of Brisbane. We are looking forward to another event in the near future.