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

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

From a philosophy festival to markets and open mics, 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.

READ MORE: Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 10 To 12 March

Ongoing Events

1. Fa’wer Bloom Pop-Up Market (14 to 19 March)

If you’re looking for a pop-up market and in love with the colour orange, here’s something happening this week at Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur.

The market is running until Sunday at the Main Concourse.

2. 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.

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. 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 March (Friday)

1. Emo Night Last Kopek (17 March)

Are you heartbroken? Don’t sit alone in your room, instead meet some friends and sing your heart out at the Emo Night KL: Last Kopek tonight.

Get your tickets here.

2. Matta Fair (17, 18 & 19 March)

Planning to go on international travel in the next few months? Don’t know where to start? Well then head on to Matta Fair in MiTEC where you can grab awesome travel deals for both local and international travel. They have food vendors too so you can fuel yourself and continue shopping.

FYI, Matta Fair have been recorded to be the Largest International Travel Fair in Malaysia by the Malaysia Book of records, so yes, this is where you definitely need to go if you’re an avid traveller looking for details for your next adventure!

Additionally, head on to the Ascott Malaysia booth too there at the 1Q11 & 1Q13 area. Besides rooms, they are also selling Ramadan Vouchers at Oakwood Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur for only RM88 nett and Selera Timur Ramadan at Ascott Gurney Penang for RM106 during this period.

3. Festival Falsafah 2023 (17, 18 and 19 March)

Plato said: “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”

Are you fascinated by philosophy? Meet like-minded individuals at the 2023 Philosophy Festival which kicks off today until Sunday at Rumah Tangsi, KL.

There will be talks on economy, poetry, art, literature and many more. Apart from that, there will also be book sales, board and card games as well as a poetry recital.

Register here.

18 & 19 March (Saturday & Sunday)

1. Futsal Carnival – 18 March

There’s a Futsal Carnival this Saturday happening at the Republic of Futsal in Petaling Jaya. It starts at 9 am and is the ultimate family experience with crazy game stations for kids and parents.

Register here.

2. Foodie Fiesta – 19 March

If you’re looking for a fun-filled fiesta with exciting activities such as face painting, outdoor giant bubbles, buskers, car boot sales, bazaar and delicious food, look no further.

Head to Foodle Cyberjaya, Futurise Centre.

More details here.

3. Live Space Jam – 19 March

Are you a budding singer/songwriter? If you have originals, or even if you wish to perform covers on stage, head to The Bee at Publika this Sunday for the Live Space Jam session.

This is their last session before Ramadan so be sure to get your vocal chords ready and wow the crowd.

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.

  • Sting: My Songs Tour – Concert (20 March @ Plenary Hall, KLCC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Dreams We Tell Ourselves – Solo Theatre Performance (29 March – 5 April @ M Gallery, Bandar Sunway)
    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.
  • Pinkfish Music & Art Festival – Concert (30 April @ Surf Beach Sunway Lagoon) [Line up: DJ Snake, Meduza, Joe Flizzow, etc]
    Get your tickets here.
  • Honne May 2023 Asia Tour – Concert (21 May @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • NusaFest – Concert (8 & 9 June @ Bandar Malaysia, Sungai Besi) [Line Up: Bunkface, Masdo, Forceparkbois]
    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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