After a successful 2007 concert in Bangkok, Christina Aguilera came back to the city of angles in June 2011 for two days. The American superstar and recording artist put on an even bigger and brighter show for all her loyal fans.
Christina performed at the Royal Paragon Hall Exhibition and Convention Centre in Bangkok on Saturday, June 4th and on Sunday, June 5th at 7:00 pm. The particular concert was said to commemorate Christina's twenty years in showbiz.
Don't worry, if you missed the spectacular event, there's a good possibility Christina will be back again soon. Well, we certainly hope so. I'm a huge fan and if you found this page, you must be too. But since you are here, you may as well stick around a while and watch her videos.
Royal Paragon Hall is located on the 5th floor of the upscale Siam Paragon shopping and entertainment complex on Rama 1 Road in Phathum Wan district, central Bangkok. It is a world-class venue, especially suited for rock concerts, conventions, exhibitions, special events and top acts, such as the one you were about to experience on Saturday 4th June and Sunday 5th June.
The Christina concert was held in a 12,000 square metre ultramodern multi-purpose events facility. The hall has the capacity to seat up to 5,000 people and it's fully loaded with all the latest acoustic and lighting technology.
Siam Paragon is conveniently situated in the heart of Bangkok right next door to Siam Center and Siam Discovery Center. Also opposite Siam Square and near the MBK Center. It's easily accessible via the BTS sky train. Take either the Sukhumvit Line or the Silom Line and then hop off at Siam station.
This will bring you virtually right up to the doorstep of the centre via a sky-bridge linked to Siam Paragon's mezzanine floor. There's also direct access via a car parking ramp and truck lift should you be using your own transport.
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