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Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 17 To 19 Feb

Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 17 To 19 Feb

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 on over to art exhibits, markets and shows 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.

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Ongoing Events

1. Arts On The Move (Art Installation+ Performances) @ MRT Pasar Seni (Feb – June, 5 pm – 6 pm)

Next time you change your station at Pasar Seni, drop by their MRT station to witness this new art installation called “Sunnyside Up” by the talented Pamela Tan of Poh Sin Studio. For the next three months, this yellow futuristic installation hopes to reimagine everyday pedestrian routes and transform them into a unique and enjoyable experience for all.

Additionally, every fortnight on Thursday from 5 pm – 6 pm, visit the station for various live performances, exciting workshops and creative art installations.

For more info about the upcoming performances, keep up to date with Think City’s Instagram.

2. Eternal Love (Oil Painting Exhibition) @ 3A Floor, GMBB (28 Jan – 26 Feb, 11 am – 8 pm)

If you’re a fan of oil paintings (or roses!), Master Yap Hong Ngee’s exhibition is made for you! Featuring more than 100 pieces of oil paintings on roses painted over 30 years, this exhibition is a celebration of love and romance.

The best part about this is that admission is free! So ask your partner out on a romantic art gallery date this weekend.

Visit their Instagram for more info.

3. Malaysia Thailand Halal Food Festival @ SACC Mall, Shah Alam (10 – 19 Feb, 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. Masters of Disguise (Photography Exhibition) @ Darkroom Gallery, GMBB (Extended till 30 April 2023, 11 am – 6 pm)

Biologist, guide and wildlife photographer Chien C. Lee’s latest photography exhibit focuses on the art of deception used by wildlife. This exhibit features more than 60 fantastic photos of various kinds of camouflage and mimicry employed by insects, reptiles, birds, and even plants; with many species hailing from Malaysia’s very own Sabah and Sarawak.

According to GMBB, this exhibition is just so mesmerizing and immersive that it’s extended until 30 April 2023.

READ MORE: Catch This Fantastic Nature Photography Exhibit For A Free Fun Time In KL

5. Hep Ka-Wot Enggang Le-Wei (Photography Exhibition) @ Gerimis Gallery, GMBB (Extended til 23 Feb 2023, 11 am – 6 pm)

Just an update, according to GMBB, this sought-after exhibition is also extended until 23 February 2023.

This exhibition of forests, hornbills and honey highlights how the Orang Asli of Jahai and Temiar from the Belum-Temenggor Forests in Perak protect the hornbills for their roles as farmers of the forest.

Apart from talks and photographs of nature, you can also buy Orang Asli arts and crafts there.

For more info, visit their website here.

6. Bakul – Everyday Baskets From Sabah (Exhibition & Market) @ GoDownKL (7 Jan – 23 Feb, 12 pm – 7 pm)

This 7-week-long exhibition showcases the Bakul collection of Sabahan author and collector Jennifer P. Linggi. From materials such as rattan, bamboo, bemban, mengkuang and many more sourced from the fierce jungle, indulge in Jennifer P Linggi’s breathtaking world of Bakul.

Wanna know the best part? Admission is free!

7. The World Of DC Exhibition @ Tropicana Gardens Hall Convention Centre (23 Dec – 1 Apr)

Being the first-ever DC Exhibition launch in Asia, The World Of DC Exhibition will feature interactive games, life-seized exhibits, behind-the-scene concept art, limited-edition merchandise and more at the Tropicana Gardens Mall.

Grab your tickets here. For more info, visit their Facebook page here.

8. Van Gogh Alive Exhibition @ Pavillion Bukit Jalil (17 Dec – 16 March, 10 am – 10 pm)

Witness Van Gogh’s legendary works of art displayed digitally at Pavilion Bukit Jalil. Get ready for a multi-sensory experience with a symphony of light, colour, sound and fragrance for you there.

READ MORE: Catch the Immersive ‘Van Gogh Alive’ Exhibition In KL This Dec-March

9. Red Hongyi’s ‘Once Upon A Longtang’ (Art Exhibition) @ National Art Gallery (22 Dec – 22 March, 9 am – 5 pm)

The Balai Seni Negara has a new art installation called Once Upon A Longtang which features scenes inspired by old alleyway houses – or ‘Longtang’ houses in Shanghai. The installation has a series of artworks displayed with burnt Chinese calligraphy paper and more.

For more info, visit Red Hong Yi’s Instagram.

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

17 February (Friday)

1. Melur The Musical @ PJPAC (16 – 26 February)

Melur The Musical is an original local musical produced by the award-winning musical theatre company Liver & Lung. It retells the harrowing story of the Pontianak: hell hath no fury like a Malayan woman scorned.

Get tickets here.

Find out more about the synopsis in the article below.

READ MORE: Fancy A Singing Pontianak? Catch Melur The Musical Next Week

2Rainbow Market @ Central Market (17 – 19 Feb, 10 am – 8 pm)

Rain, sun, rainbow, repeat. They simply have no time for the mere black and white. This weekend, colour your life with a variety of goods offered by your favourite local vendors during Rainbow Market at Central Market Kuala Lumpur.

Visit Central Market’s Instagram for more info.

18 February (Saturday)

1. The Magnificent 8: Volume 16 & 17 (Gig) @ Garage Space, Ampang Hilir (18 – 19 Feb, 4 pm)

Support local scenes like The Magnificent 8 which showcases small new gigs every month. Witness back-to-back shows with 8 different bands on weekends at the Garage Space in Ampang Hilir.

Tickets are only available at the entrance of the venue.

For more info, visit here.

2. One Word Wonder (Comedy Improv Show) @ Hush The Theatre (18 & 19 Feb, 8.30 pm)

After years of doing short-form improv to the delight of audiences in Kuala Lumpur, AIIA Improv is now venturing into long-form improvisation. Join them for this work-in-progress performance – all they need from you is one word!

Get the tickets here.

3. PingMin Coffee Market @ GMBB (18 & 19 February)

PingMin Market is back and it’s all about Coffee! Featuring some of the best and most enterprising local coffee artisans and brands, the PingMin Coffee Market will present a wide range of coffee tastemakers with each sharing their own unique spin on the beverage.

The best part is, you can also sign up for exciting workshops and demos available there.

Visit here for more info.

4. Retro Metro (Bazaar) @ Kedai KL, Mahsa Avenue (18 & 19 Feb, 11 am – 6 pm)

In the mood for something retro? Well then head over to Mahsa Avenue where they will be having a Retro Metro Bazaar. Browse around cute trinkets and knick-knacks there while enjoying some live vinyl record spinning in the background.

Visit here to know more.

19 February (Sunday)

1. Joji Live In KL at Peakstrom Festival 2023 – Concert (19 February @ Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon)

If last year brought Pink Sweats and CL to the Surf Beach in Sunway Lagoon, this year, they’re bringing Joji to perform his hits. Local artists such as DJ Blink, Airliftz and Midnight Fusic will also be there to perform too. Tickets for this weekend’s concert are still available for RM388.

You can still get your tickets here.

2. Re: Energize RAW (Techno Music) @ RexKL (19 Feb, 7 pm)

Re:Energize returns this year with a new edition labelled “Re:Energize RAW”; a new concept blending the sounds of Trance & Techno.

2 International Artists, AVAO and David Rust will be headlining the event with other supporting local heroes like Boris Foong, Haikal Ahmad, Digital Rush & Ajam Shaz.

More info here. Get the tickets here.

3. Paint A 3D Bouquet For Your Valentine @ MTMT Studios, PJ (12 Feb, 2 pm – 5 pm)

If you don’t have plans this weekend, why not release your inner Picasso? Go to several art workshops such as pottery, painting, tie-dye and more at MTMT Studios in PJ. Besides a Textured Rose Painting workshop this Sunday, they also have a Wine Down With Pottery session this Saturday.

And good news readers! MTMT Studios is giving away a 10% discount exclusive for TRP readers only! Just use the promo code ‘TRP10’ on their website and get your 10% discount when you check out. Each user can use it once and there are no expiration dates to this promo, so bring your friends and family here too while you’re at it.

Visit their Instagram and website 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.

  • Russel Peters: Act Your Age World Tour 2023 – Comedy Show (20 & 21 February @ Plenary Hall, KLCC)
    Get your tickets here.
  • Westlife The Wild Dreams Tour – Concert (23 & 24 February @ Axiata Arena)
    You can still get tickets here.
  • Jrock Tamashii – ACG Concert (25 February @ RexKL)
    Get tickets here.
  • DFP Presents: Stacy – Concert (25 February @ Dewan Filharmonik Petronas)
    Get tickets here.
  • His Story – Monologue Performances (23 – 26 February @ KLPAC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Nirvana Vs System Of A Down – Tribute Concert (26 February @ Panggung Asia)
    Get tickets here.
  • One Republic Live In Concert – Concert (1 March @ Hall 5 KL Convention Centre)
    You can still get free-standing tickets here.
  • Sound Circus – Concert (4 March @ Genting Highlands)
    Get tickets here.
  • Hari Atas Angin 5th Year Anniversary – Concert (4 March @ Bysnc Live, KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Simple Plan The Harder Than It Looks Tour – Concert (8 March @ Zepp KL)
    Get your tickets here.
  • Bryan Adams So Happy It Hurts Tour – Concert (11 March @ Arena Of Stars, Genting)
    Get your tickets here.
  • RhytmAsia Echoes From Beyond – Concert (11 March @ Sepang International Circuit)
    Get the tickets here.
  • NusaFest – Concert (8 & 9 June @ Bandar Malaysia, Sungai Besi)
    Get Your tickets here. More info here.

Check out upcoming concerts this February till May in the listicle below.

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