UNICEF Thailand to launch its first virtual concert #LoveDeliveryFest

to mobilize support for children and families affected by COVID-19

20 May 2020
Love Delivery Fest by UNICEF
UNICEF Thailand

BANGKOK, 20 May 2020 – UNICEF Thailand will host its first virtual concert ‘LOVE DELIVERY FEST: Tune in to deliver love to children’ on May 31, bringing more than 26 celebrities to mobilize public support for millions of children and families whose lives are severely affected COVID-19 pandemic.

The two-hour virtual event will go live on Youtube: WorkpointOfficial on Sunday May 31 at 4 p.m. Bangkok local time. The event will feature musical performance from studio and from celebrities’ homes, as well as exclusive interviews and cooking, dancing and exercising  challenges by leading musicians, artists and celebrities such as Nickhun Horvejkul, Mai Davika, Peach Pachara, Paula Taylor Buttery – Friends of UNICEF, BamBam GOT7 and Peck Palitchoke who join UNICEF in the fight against COVID-19.

COVID-19 pandemic is causing a devastating and far reaching impact on people’s lives everywhere across the world. To ensure no child is left behind in this unprecedented crisis, UNICEF is working with the government, civil society, private sector, celebrities, influencers and media to stop the spread of the virus while providing critical support and strengthening services for the most vulnerable children and families in order to prevent the COVID-19 from becoming a long lasting crisis for children.  

Hosted by leading emcees Pompam - Niti Chaichitathorn and Tuitui - Puttachat Pongsuchat, the #LoveDeliveryFest virtual event will feature live performance Da-Endorphine, Gam Wichayanee, Tor Saksit, Jaylerr & Billkin, Pat& Nat from Klear, Nat Sakdatorn and Ton Thanasit. Other celebrities joining the virtual show include Mew and Gulf, James, Porche, Jack Trinity, New Jew, V Violet, Pat Racing, Kong Huayrai, Tai Orathai, Pingpong and Pimtha.

Stay tuned for “Love Delivery Fest” Concert: Sunday, 31 May 2020 at 16.00 on Youtube Channel: WorkpointOfficial


To help fight against COVID-19 pandemic 

Donate via SMS: Type LOVE and send SMS to 4712225 (100 baht per one SMS)

Donate via Bank Transfer: Bangkok Bank Account No. 201-3-01324-4

Donate Online: www.unicef.or.th/covid19

Note to editors

Globally, UNICEF is appealing for $ 1.6 billion to meet the growing needs of children and families affected by COVID-19 around the world. Since the beginning of the pandemic, UNICEF has been responding to COVID-19 crisis in Thailand and around the world:

  • Delivering essential supplies like soap and hand-sanitizers and promoting hygiene among most vulnerable children and communities.
  • Shipping medical supplies and personal protective equipment to the most vulnerable countries around the world.
  • Helping schools be ready for safe opening when the time comes, including by providing preventative medical supplies like thermometers and hand sanitizers, and in the meantime, support alternative learning programmes while schools are still closed.
  • Support young people’s mental health during the crisis and beyond.
  • Provide information materials on hygiene practices and COVID-19 prevention to protect everyone in Thailand, through media and social media.
  • Analyse the economic and social impact of COVID-19, particularly to the most vulnerable children and families, and to support the Royal Thai Government to strengthen social protection support to the most vulnerable including poor families and families with disabilities.

Media contacts

Iman Morooka
Chief of Communication
UNICEF Thailand
Tel: 061-414-6488
Nattha Keenapan
Communication Officer
UNICEF Thailand Country Office


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