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Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 3 To 5 March

Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 3 To 5 March

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

Visit their Instagram to know more.

2. Pesta Buku Shah Alam (Book Fest) @ Pusat Beli Belah Ole-Ole Seksyen 18, Shah Alam (23 Feb – 5 March, 10 am – 10 pm)

Love all kinds of Malay books or novels? Especially from Karangkraf?

Go crazy with their book fest with discounts of up to 50%. You can find books from different local publications and Islamic books there too.

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

Next time you change your trains 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.

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. 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.

6. 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

7. 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.

3 March (Friday)

1. Books & Food Market @ Central Market (3 – 5 March, 10 am – 8 pm)

If you love reading books while munching on snacks, then Central Market is the place to be this weekend.

Discover multiple genres of books for sale and various arts and crafts products at Pasar Seni. Apart from that, enjoy delicious food like cookies, dumplings, cakes and drinks at their Read & Munch market this weekend.

Visit Central Market’s Instagram for more info.

2. MilkLab Oat Float (Pop-up store) @ Publika (2 – 5 March)

Do you like plant based milk with your coffee? If you do, this is the chance to try a free sample of MilkLab, a brand of milk from Australia. They’re doing a pop-up event called MilkLab Oat Float at Publika this weekend.

Head on over there and get a sample of your favourite espresso with oat milk.

3. A Notional History (Theatre Performance) @ Klpac (2 – 5 March, 3 pm, 8.30 pm)

‘A Notional History’ tells the story of a performer, a journalist, and an activist speculating on the possible histories of a different Malaysia, intersecting the personal, the national, and the notional.

This documentary performance responds to a critical moment in Malaysia – the publishing of new, official history textbooks – following the 14th General Election in 2018 where citizens voted for a new government after 61 years.

Tickets are priced at RM80 per pax. Get the tickets here.

4. I Laugh You (Comedy Show) @ The Joke Factory (3 & 4 March, 8.30 pm)

The Joke Factory brings you proof that happily ever after does exist, or at least happily ever laughter.

Catch married comedians Sulaiman, Rina, Asu, Sim Tong and Danial Sham in I LAUGH YOU. They are taking to the stage on 3 and 4 March with funny married life stories to show that two isn’t just company, it’s comedy.

Get the tickets here. They are priced RM68 each.

5. Tie Dye With Qi Razali @ The Urban Space Shoppes, Four Seasons Place KL (3 – 4 March, 11 am – 10 pm)

Do you love tie dye or do you just love OAG’s drummer Qi Razali? Either way, sign up for a tie-dye workshop with Qi Razali for RM60.

Other than Tie Dye Workshops, there will also be other activities and booths at the Malaysian Expatriate Cultural Bazaar this weekend to keep you entertained too.

For more info, visit their Instagram.

4 & 5 March (Saturday & Sunday)

1. Pesta Kopi KL 2023 @ Matic KL (4 – 5 March, 10 am – 10 pm)

PESTA KOPI is back in KL this March with more than 50 coffee brands and vendors at Lanai MaTiC, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. Right there in the centre of the city. Expect some cultural and interesting cityscape ambience with music and all coffee related! Mark the date and location, and they will see you there.

For more info and updates, follow Pesta Kopi’s Instagram.

2. Blackpink: Born Pink World Tour (Concert) @ Bukit Jalil National Stadium (8 pm)

As their second world tour, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa will kick off the largest Asia tour in the history of female K-pop groups. Fans will get to enjoy their greatest hits from the Born Pink album such as Pink VenomShut DownReady For Love and more.

Surprisingly, you can still get tickets for this concert, but they’re called restricted view seats. Only RM488 and RM788 tickets are left. Grab them here while they last.

3. Sound Circus (Indie Concert) @ RexKL (4 & 5 March, 11 am – 12 am)

This two-day music festival features non-stop, feel-good music with an artist lineup of 13 Malaysian and Indonesian acts. With four headliners including our Pop Punk band, Bunkface, you’ll find yourself grooving to punk rock, hip hop, stoner rock, rock & roll, indie and reggae beats!

You can still get tickets here. Tickets start from RM158.

4. Konsert Malam Bulan Bintang (Concert) @ Axiata Arena (8 pm)

Not only do Bulan Bintang sell Eid apparel for Malaysians, but they will be doing a concert too.

With contemporary Islamic music as the theme, this concert will feature prominent local and international artists such as Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza, Dato’ M. Nasir, Salammusik, Raihan ft Alif Satar & The Locos, Faizal TahirSabyan as well as Opick.

Tickets are still available here but only the RM99 ones are left.

5. Hari Atas Angin 5th Year Anniversary (Concert) @ Bysnc Live, KL (12 pm – 11 pm)

Come and join Atas Angin to celebrate their 5th year anniversary at Bysnc Live, Kuala Lumpur! With 8 acts that will perform on the special day, they’ll entertain you with the best memories that you will never forget throughout this wonderful 5 years journey!

You can still get tickets here. Tickets start from RM80.

6. Shila Amzah: Journey To The Future (Concert) @ Plenary Hall, KLCC (8 pm)

This year, Shila Amzah will be doing a large-scale concert tour in six locations namely Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Sabah, Singapore and two in Indonesia. The Journey to the Future will feature 40 songs in a medley and will take two hours.

You can still get your tickets here. They start from RM238.

7. Woman Up (Bazaar) @ Kedai KL, Mahsa Avenue (4 – 5 March, 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 ‘Woman Up’ theme this weekend.

Visit their Instagram and website to know more.

8. Jom Menari: Intro to Traditional Malay Dance (Dance Class) @ KLPAC (4 – 7 March, 3 pm – 5 pm)

Fancy a dance class? Why not try and learn the three categories of traditional Malay dance, such as Zapin, Joget and Tarian Inang in a dance class. Conducted by The Actors Studio’s Resident Choreographer Zhafir Muzani, take a quick dive into the history of traditional dance and learn the basic movements and techniques of the dances.

Tickets for the workshop can be bought here. The price starts from RM50. More info here.

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.

  • 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.
  • Sting: My Songs Tour – Concert (20 March @ Plenary Hall, KLCC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Kenny G Live In Malaysia 2023 – Concert (2 April @ Arena Of Starts, Genting)
    Get tickets here.
  • Louis Tomlinson: Faith In The Future World Tour – Concert (26 April @ Plenary Hall, KLCC)
    Get the tickets here.
  • Honne May 2023 Asia Tour – Concert (21 May @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • NusaFest – Concert (8 & 9 June @ Bandar Malaysia, Sungai Besi)
    Get Your tickets here. More info here.
  • Muse: Will Of The People World Tour KL – Concert (29 July @ Bukit Kiara Equestrian Resort)
    Get tickets here.
  • Disney In Concert: Live Your Dream (6 & 7 May @ Plenary Hall, KLCC)
    Get tickets here.

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

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