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Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 24 To 26 Feb

Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 24 To 26 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. Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba Total Concentration Exhibition @ Pavilion Bukit Jalil (18 Feb – 18 May, 10 am – 10 pm)

Demon Slayer is a well-known Anime and has a massive fan following in Malaysia. This exhibition is a definite treat to fans as it brings you into the world of anime as soon as you enter the exhibition.

Step into an experience like no other, immerse yourself in some of the memorable scenes and become part of a Demon Slayer Corps at Pavilion Bukit Jalil, Level 2, Pink Zone.

Get the tickets here. Tickets cost RM48 for adults and RM38 for kids.

Check out our experience at the exhibition:

READ MORE: Most Awaited Demon Slayer Exhibition Arrives In Malaysia

2. Kansai Festival KL (Japan Food Festival) @ Isetan KLCC (17 Feb – 1 March, 10 am – 10 pm)

The highly anticipated, gourmet fest, Kansai Fair is back again! Highlighting the amazing food varieties of western Japan, come experience Osaka street food favourites, matcha, seafood & many more at Isetan.

Not just that, but this weekend, be entertained by the high-octane, action-packed ninja art performance that only the dragon twins can do! Enjoy the combined elements of acrobatics, comedy & various weapon handling skills like swords and nunchucks.

Visit their Instagram to know more.

3. 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.

4Eternal 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.

5. 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

6. 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.

7. 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

8. 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.

24 February (Friday)

1. Westlife The Wild Dreams Tour (Concert) @ Axiata Arena (23 & 24 February, 8.30 pm)

Westlife The Wild Dreams Tour will feature all their hits which have shaped the early Y2K experience with iconic pop songs such as Swear It AgainFlying Without WingsIf I Let You GoUptown Girl and Hello My Love.

You can still get tickets here. There are only CAT 1 tickets available, worth RM794 each.

READ MORE: Westlife Concert Hits KL In 2023, Tickets Start From RM294

2. KL Alternative Bookfest @ Central Market (23 – 26 Feb, 10 am – 8 pm)

Bookworms, where you at? This weekend, enjoy a book fest with various activities at Central Market.

Discover multiple genres of Malay books with discounts from fixis and comics to poetry and local riwayat. Apart from books, there’s also live busking and delicious snacks from food trucks for you to enjoy.

Visit Central Market’s Instagram for more info.

3. His Story (Monologue Performances) @ KLPAC (23 – 26 Feb, 8pm, 3pm)

Fa Abdul’s series of insightful monologues continue with “His Story” which will offer theatre enthusiasts a refreshing blend of relatable plots and twists filled with cultural relevance and context.

“His Story” will be presenting the works of 8 new male writers from various backgrounds and age groups, all based on real-life experiences, with themes touching on human conditions and masculinity.

You can still get tickets here. The ticket starts from RM36.

4. Handmade Boulevard Bazaar (Market) @ The Linc KL (24 – 26 Feb, 10 am – 10 pm)

Visit this weekend’s market showcasing everything handmade – from art & crafts, accessories, fashion and household products by local small entrepreneurs, visit them and get your favourite pick at Level 1 Centre Courtyard & Indoor Area, at the Linc KL.

For more info, visit their Instagram and website.

5. Creator’s Indulgence Pop-Up Festival @ KL Gateway Mall (24 – 26 Feb, 10 am – 6 pm)

Head on to KL Gateway Mall to celebrate all local creations with your family, friends and furkids. They have vendors selling desserts like tarts, cream puffs and brownies, as well as vendors selling snacks and drinks like handcrafted ice cream, halal dumplings, and even sangrias.

For handmade products, they have everything from accessories and clothes, to pet collars and scented candles. They even have fun activites like nail and tattoo services, silk screen printing workshop, guasha face spa, tarot reading and many more!

Click here for more info.

6. Grateful Campbell Fest 3 (Weekend Market) @ Campbell Shopping Complex (10 am – 11 pm)

Where else can you find vintage items! Campbell Fest is a festival where you can go thrift shopping for bundle items, collectibles, music merch and more. Go and check this event out on the Ground Floor and Level 3 of the Campbell Complex this weekend.

25 February (Saturday)

1. Jrock Tamashii (ACG Concert) @ RexKL (4 pm)

Jrock Tamashii is a live concert fully dedicated to celebrating all things Anisong (Anime music), VGM (video game music) and J-rock/pop.

Featuring a lineup of bands which may be no stranger to all who are followers of Malaysia’s ACG (Anime, Comics & Games) scene, and RFBXO; an ensemble of classical and modern instruments bringing to you a full-scale Anime soundtracks and an “Attack on Titan OST tribute”!

Tickets: RM55 (Presale), RM75 (Door Tickets)

More info here. Get tickets here.

2. DFP Presents: Stacy (Concert) @ Dewan Filharmonik Petronas (8.30 pm)

If you have missed Stacy all these years, well this is your time to witness her live at DFP. She’ll take fans along through her 15-year journey in the music industry and amaze you with some of her hits throughout the years.

You can still get the tickets here. The ticket starts at RM135.

3. The Magnificent 8: Volume 18 & 19 (Gig) @ Garage Space, Ampang Hilir (25 – 26 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.

Tickets: RM25 (Door Tickets)

For more info, visit here.

4. Lol-ympics (Comedy Show) @ The Joke Factory (25 & 26 Feb, 8.30 pm)

The Joke Factory has assembled a collection of KLPAC Short + Sweet Stand-up Comedy prize winners over the years for expanded versions of their award-winning sets with Ayim, Aaron Aw, Abbey, Kishen and Shaq. Enjoy this weekend with a laugh at the Joke Factory with your loved ones.

Tickets: RM68

Get the tickets here.

5. PingMin Coffee Market @ GMBB (25 & 26 Feb, 12 pm – 8 pm)

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.

There’s also a variety of hot foods, snacks, desserts and also non-coffee alternatives to ensure that everyone’s stomachs are full.

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

Visit here for more info.

6. Me, Myself and I (Bazaar) @ Kedai KL, Mahsa Avenue (25 & 26 Feb, 11 am – 6 pm)

KEDAI is an artisanal marketplace that brings local entrepreneurs, artists, makers and designers together under one roof giving visitors a curated retail and lifestyle experience. Browse around cute trinkets and knick-knacks there with the ‘Me, Myself & I’ theme this weekend.

Visit their Instagram and website to know more.

7. Making Noise At Tamu Tanah & Air (Bornean Festivities) @ GoDown KL (25 & 26 Feb, 11 am – 6 pm)

Experience a Sabah-style Tamu (market) at the Godown Arts Centre! Ushering in Malaysia’s 60th year, Tamu Tanah & Air will host various organisations, artists, and collectives — bridging the geography, history and the cultural heritage of Borneo and the Peninsula through art, workshops, talks, produce, storytelling, screenings and learning for all!

There’ll be fabulous food and drink and other stalls too around The Godown, including laksa Sarawak, mee kolok, lihing, tuak, kek lapis, kombucha, coffee, and Vietnamese food too.

Tickets: RM10

For more info, visit here. Tickets can be bought here.

8. Akhir Pekan 2023 (Weekend Market) @ Rumah Tangsi KL (25 & 26 Feb, 11 am – 10 pm)

“Akhir Pekan” is a multi cultural weekend market with the aim to promote our culture, heritage and retrospective vibes. Apart from food and live music, there will also be a vintage automobile display, rap battle, bboy battle and even a hip hop showcase!

This is no ordinary weekend market, that’s for sure!

Visit their Instagram for more info.

26 February (Sunday)

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.

Only the Sunday show’s tickets are available so grab them fast!

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

2. Nirvana Vs System Of A Down (Tribute Concert) @ Panggung Asia, Gombak (4 pm – 12 am)

Rock and metal fans unite because Atas Angin is finally doing a special tribute concert for Nirvana and System Of A Down this Sunday. From ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ to ‘Chop Suey!’ go and have one heck of a night singing their all-time hits songs together with other hardcore fans.

You can still get your tickets here. Tickets cost RM55 per person.

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.

  • One Republic Live In Concert – Concert (1 March @ Hall 5 KL Convention Centre)
    You can still get free-standing tickets here.
  • Sound Circus – Indie 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.

READ MORE: 2023 Sees Concert Scene In Malaysia Alive And Kicking, Check Out What’s In Store February Till May

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