After a 6 months hiatus the Pattaya Soul Club returned with another of its very popular events, this time held at the White Horse Pub at the Eastern Grand Palace Hotel on Saturday the 30th of November.
Taking on comments from the general public, the club decided to open up the musical genre to include not just northern soul but also Motown and soul and the event was entitled ‘Souled Out’.
For the last two years this dynamic club has helped reshaped the social scene in Pattaya and has also helped the needy in our community by raising more than 500,000 baht for charity.
Rodney James Charman (center) with Rina Marina, AroonSiri Sitanat, Opal Sangnark and Gloria Jones at The White Horse Pattaya.
On the night over 150 people turned up to get into the tracks played by Veteran DJ Ricky Vaughan, Claudio and Ivan.
One of the sponsors for the evening was Selina from the Apple Honey Cider Company and her free Bruntys cider was as popular as ever. The entrance fee also included free white and red wine and San Miguel beer.
Other sponsors included The Riviera condominium, The Trader, NMT Logistics, Defense International Security Services, The Cube, TN Project Management, Sutlet Group and Pattaya Mail Media Group.
More information about this event and the upcoming events can be found on their facebook page: www.facebook.com/PattayaSoulClub.
Richard Gillicker and Reeya Baithong take to the dance floor.
Pattaya Soul Club founders, Earl C. Brown and Eva Johnson enjoy the evening at The White Horse Pub.