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Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 16 To 18 June

Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 16 To 18 June

From art exhibitions and workshops to markets and concerts, there’s something for everyone this weekend in the Klang Valley.

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Don’t know what to do this weekend in the Klang Valley? No worries, we got you. 👀

Head over to art exhibits, markets, shows, concerts and more this weekend.

Note that some of these events only happen for a day or can last for a whole month so look at the dates carefully.

If you wanna skip to the specific day you want, choose your preferred day here.  

Here are some of the events that are still ongoing from our previous list.

READ MORE: Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 9 To 11 June

Ongoing Events

1. Biar Pete de Besuara (Art Exhibition) @ Gallery Gerimis, GMBB (27 May – 30 September)

Biar Pete de Besuara is an exhibition by Bah Saluji, a writer and illustrator of two Orang Asli children’s books. The title of the exhibition is Semai for ‘Let the Maps Speak’. If an Orang Asli map had a voice, it would tell the story of a peaceful people living for countless generations in harmony with the rainforest.

Bah Saluji and his vibrant watercolour paintings showcase that idyllic life – but also today’s harsh reality of the rampant encroachment of Orang Asli customary land. This exhibition invites us to reflect on our own relationship with the land and the urgent need for greater respect for indigenous rights.

Entry is free.

2. Escapism (Art Exhibition & Workshop) @ Gmbb KL (17 June – 2 July, 11 am – 8 pm)

Running in the second half of June from 17 June to 2 July, this collaborative event features two creative friends – hand-painting upcycle artist Jinx and intuitive painting artist Sam.

In conjunction with their very first exhibition, the two artists will take turns running weekend workshops sharing their passions of upcycling CDs & cardboard with the public!

Here’s a sneak peek of their CD-painting and cardboard painting workshop. Book the 2-hour workshops for RM50 (CD painting) and RM45 (cardboard painting).

Browse the details here.

3. The World Of Tim Burton (Exhibition) @ Pavilion Bukit Jalil (21 March – 30 July, 10 am – 10 pm)

For the first time in Southeast Asia and the last stop in Asia – The long-awaited ‘The World of Tim Burton’ Pop-Up Museum is finally here at Pavilion Bukit Jalil! 

Featuring numerous talented works from Tim Burton’s early stages of sketches and drawings to the talented artist’s most recent projects of puppets and life-sized sculptures used in his film work, you’ll be sure to step into an incredible experience like no other!

Tickets are priced at RM88 per pax but they have discounts for kids, seniors, students and OKUs. For more details, visit here.

Read our review of the first look at the exhibition below.

READ MORE: A Glimpse Into The World Of Tim Burton

4. The World Of Nickelodeon Malaysia (Kids Cartoon Carnival) @ Pavilion Bukit Jalil (28 April – 23 July, 10 am – 10 pm)

Are your kids a fan of Nickelodeon’s cartoons? This carnival is the perfect place for families to bring their kids and have a fun time together with 17 interesting stations and tonnes of photo opportunities set up over 14,000 square feet.

You’ll even spot characters from shows like SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dora the Explorer, and Bubble Guppies so bring your kids for a fun day at the carnival!

READ MORE: First Ever Nickelodeon-Themed Carnival In Malaysia

Tickets start at RM16 for adults and RM46 for kids. Book them here.

Here are specific events to enjoy with your family and friends on FridaySaturday, and Sunday.

16 June (Friday)

1. Bundle Expo’s Thrifted (Bundle Event) @ LG, Sungei Wang Plaza (14 – 18 June, 10 am – 10 am)

Bundle Expo is an event gathering various vendors who sell thrifted items for less. From shoes and hats to printed shirts to denim jeans, there’s a lot of shopping you gotta get to. Let’s dive in together!

Entry to the expo is free. Click here for more info.

2. That 70s Show (Weekend Market) @ Central Market (16 – 18 June, 10 am – 8 pm)

Let’s get groovy baby!

Central Market is taking you back to the 70s, an era of denim, retro vibes, and of course, bell bottoms. Enjoy seeing a Retro Fashion show, browsing through thrift shops, dancing to disco music and more this weekend.

So, what are you waiting for? 70s glam vibes are back with your glittery star lips, metallic lip liner and bell sleeves.

Follow their Instagram for more weekly events.

3. Malaysia Thailand Halal Food Festival – Mathaf (Thai Food Fest) @ Lotus Ampang (16 – 25 June, 11 am – 11.30 pm)

At the Malaysia Thailand Halal Food Festival (MATHAF), you’ll find various Thai cuisine that you’ve been craving. Fried baby crabs, mango sticky rice, Thai teas, LokChing, Thai laksa, coconut sticky rice ice cream and many more!

Mathaf moves to various places in the Klang Valley regularly, so do check out their Facebook to keep up to date.

4. Curator’s Market (Pop-Up Market) @ Curator’s Lab, RexKL (16 – 18 June, 11 am – 11 pm)

Let’s dive into the vibrant world of Y2K nostalgia!

Get ready to relive the iconic fashion, music, and pop culture trends that defined the turn of the millennium. Don’t miss this immersive experience celebrating the ultimate throwback era! This lifestyle event includes F&B, Tattoos, Clothing, Accessories, & Music by local DJs at RexKL.

For more info, visit here.

17 & 18 June (Saturday & Sunday)

1. Showcase Jiwa Kacau 2023 (Concert) @ Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam (17 June, 8 pm)

Get ready to rock out with some of Malaysia’s hottest local bands at the upcoming showcase at Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam on June 17th, 2023. This highly-anticipated event features some of the country’s most talented musicians including Hujan, Kugiran Masdo, Bunkface, and Insomniacks.

You can still get tickets here. Only RM236 free seating tickets are left.

2. Alena Murang Sky Songs (Sape’ Performance) @ PJPAC (17 June, 8.30 pm)

Famed as a sape’ songstress, Alena sings in the endangered Kenyah and Kelabit languages and is the first woman to professionally play the lute instrument of the highland tribes of Borneo.

With sold-out concerts in Sarawak and Taipei, Alena Murang takes flight in KL. Sky Songs, the show, is named after Alena Murang’s second album, her songs are inspired by elements of the sky – the thunder, rain, the sun, the morning mist, the stars, the moon; and contemplate how all of nature interacts. 

Get tickets here. They start from RM150.

3. Theatresauce’s Saturn Return (Play about womanhood) @ Rooftop Theatre, Sunway College (17 & 18 June, 8.30 pm, 3 pm)

What does turning 30 mean, especially for women? Is it time to settle down? Get married and start a family? Make that big career change? Move out of the country and bring the cat along? Or finally, cross Mount Everest off one’s bucket list?

In this devised production, six women explore what it means to hit the big 30. Together, they explore womanhood, spirituality, love, and death, while figuring out how they can utilize their past and present to anchor moving forward into the future.

Get tickets here. They are priced at RM55 each.

4. Nasi Lemak Eating Challenge – Fantastetic Food Fest @ Centre Court, The Mines Shopping Mall (17 & 18 June, 2 pm – 3 pm)

During this Fantastetic Food Fest at the Mines (13 May – 30 June), they’re organizing a fantastic weekend entertainment planned for you.

If you love nasi lemak and you think you can finish them in the blink of an eye, then you should definitely try this speed eating contest this 17 June. They have three rounds; a speed eating round, a spicy challenge round, and a big eater challenge.

Besides that, they’ll also have a Teh Tarik and Roti Terbang performance the day after (18 June) to entertain you.

Click here for more info.

5. Family Carnival 2023 @ Bukit Jalil Car Park C (17 – 18 June, 10 am – 10 pm)

Hosted by Honda Malaysia, Family Carnival is a festival that brings together Malaysian cuisine, excellent local handmade brands, test-drive experience, punch-in gifts and even an amusement park.

Bring your family and friends to Bukit Jalil this weekend for a fun time together while browsing the latest Honda vehicles.

For more info, visit their Instagram.

READ MORE: There’s A Malaysian “Car Boot” Sale At KLPAC This Saturday!

6. Breakfast Spot Birthday Pop-Up Market (Pop-up Market) @ Breakfast Spot, KL (18 June, 9 am – 5 pm)

On 18th June, celebrating its 1st anniversary, Breakfast Spot KL is hosting a pop-up market filled with booths, activities, and live music to commemorate its milestone.

Capture the beauty of the moment with their Crochet Flower and Portrait Illustration booths, where talented artists will craft customized items for you to take home.

Dive into the fun with their Goldfish Scooping game and feel the rhythm with their live band performance. Plus, witness the captivating artistry of their Invited Latte Art Competition, where baristas transform humble cups of coffee into stunning masterpieces.

Visit here for more info.

7. Pasar Seloka Tropika (Pop-Up Market) @ Starling Mall, Damansara Utama (17 – 18 June, 12 pm – 10 pm)

Pasar Seloka Tropika is a vibrant lifestyle market that’s going to be filled with 45 amazing vendors this weekend.

Experience a healing corner, where you can browse camping gear, make a difference by putting your old clothes in their klothcircularity bin, join the exhilarating pound exercise sessions and indulge your taste buds at their delicious smores booth.

Click here for more info.

Upcoming Shows

Here are some of the ticketed events for upcoming shows. Don’t miss out on the chance to secure a spot at your favourite performance or event.

  • Sarawak Rainforest World Music Festival – Cultural Music Festival (23 – 25 June @ Sarawak Cultural Village) [Line Up: Gipsy Kings, Big Mountain, etc]
    Get tickets here.
  • Dimash Qudaibergen Live In Malaysia – Concert (24 June @ Axiata Arena)
    Get tickets here.
  • NusaFest – Concert (8 & 9 July @ Bandar Malaysia, Sungai Besi)[Line Up: Bunkface, Masdo, Forceparkbois]
    Get Your tickets here. More info here.
  • Faouzia Live In KL – Concert (13 July @ Plenary Hall)
    Get tickets here.
  • Rossa Another Journey The Beginning – Extra Date Concert (13 July @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • This Is Johan (Joe Flizzow) – Live In Concert 15 July @ JioSpace, PJ
    Get tickets here.
  • The Sacred Riana Conjuring Live In KL – Magic Show (15 July @ Plenary Hall KLCC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Cigarettes After Sex Day 2 – Concert (16 July @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Good Vibes Festival – Concert (21 – 23 July @ Sepang International Circuit) [Line Up: The 1975, The Kid Laroi, Dhruv, Sabrina Carpenter, Giveon]
    Get the tickets here.
  • Art Of Speed – Automotive Exhibition (29 & 30 July @ Maeps, Serdang)
    Get tickets here.
  • Muse: Will Of The People World Tour KL – Concert (29 July @ Bukit Jalil National Stadium)
    Get tickets here.
  • Aku Faizal Tahir – Concert (2 September @ Dewan Merdeka, WTCKL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Kodaline: Live In Kuala Lumpur – Concert (7 & 8 September @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Lauv: The Between Albums Tour in KL – Concert (7 September @ Plenary Hall KLCC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Wakin Chau – Concert (9 September @ Axiata Arena)
    More info here.
  • Mr. Big: The Big Finish – Concert (14 August @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Bruno Major: Tour Of Planet Earth 2023 – Concert (20 August @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres World Tour – Concert (22 November @ Bukit Jalil National Stadium)
    Get tickets here.

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