AdFest invites people to register for Delegate Passes to attend next year's AdFest in Pattaya

ADFEST 2018 CALL FOR DELEGATE (1).jpgAdFest is now inviting creative and production professionals from around the world to register for Delegate Passes to attend next year's festival, which runs from 21st - 24th March 2018 in Pattaya, Thailand.

For the third year running, AdFest will be divided over two streams: Craft@ADFEST on 21st and 22nd March, followed by Creative@ADFEST on 23rd and 24th March.
Says Vinit Suraphongchai, chairman of AdFest: "This year, we celebrated AdFest's 20th anniversary and I'm proud to say it was our best festival yet, demonstrating how far AdFest has evolved as a festival that celebrates creativity in our region. We are looking forward to setting the bar even higher at AdFest 2018."

Delegates can choose from three different registration packages:

Package 1: Craft@ADFEST (21st-22nd March)    
Full Delegate  THB21,000
Young Delegate (aged 28 or under) THB12,000
Student (full-time students only) THB10,000

Package 2: Creative@ADFEST (23rd-24th March)   
Full Delegate THB30,000
Young Delegate (aged 28 or under) THB19,000
Student (full-time students only) THB15,000

Package 3: Craft@ADFEST + Creative@ADFEST (21st-24th March)
Full Delegate THB39,000
Young Delegate (aged 28 or under)  THB25,000
Student (full-time students only) THB17,000

ADFEST 2018 takes place at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group in Pattaya, Thailand.

For more information on delegate registration and accommodation, visit or contact:

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