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Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 19 To 21 May

Fun Events In The Klang Valley This Weekend From 19 To 21 May

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

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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 12 To 14 May

Ongoing Events

1. Feeling Feelings Makes Me, Me (Solo Art Exhibition) @ Temu House (6 – 28 May)

‘Feeling Feelings Makes Me, Me’ by Nadirah Zakariya is a well-worn open diary; a heart on a fluffy pink gingham sleeve, and an adorned love letter to anyone who can relate.

Featuring close to 40 artworks/pieces that range from framed photography prints, lightboxes and a video piece, ‘Feeling Feelings Makes Me, Me’ (FFMMM) will mark Nadirah’s biggest show to date, albeit it being her third solo showing. Officially scheduled for public viewing on 6th May 2023 (Saturday), the exhibition will run until 28th May 2023 (Sunday).

Click here for more info.

2. Edelweiss Weekend Unwind 2023 (Weekend Party) @ Rooftop Garden, Lalaport KL (Every Weekend from 4 – 28 May, 3 pm – 10 pm)

Come on down and experience life the Edelweiss way with art, music, games and so much more happening on a stunning rooftop garden from 3.00 pm onwards for two weekends (Thursdays to Sundays) from 4th – 28th May at Lalaport KL, and Penang’s Hin Bus Depot from 2nd – 4th June.  

The weekend offers programs packed with pop-up markets, workshops, music and experiential events headlined by homegrown scene-shakers. Plus, the entrance is free.

Edelweiss Weekend Unwind will be collaborating with Pingmin Market (平民市集) in Lalaport and Hin Market at Hin Bus Depot, offering a unique opportunity to explore local culture and artisans.

For more info, visit here.

3. Euro Fun Park (Fun Fair) @ Dataran Open Carpark, 1 Utama (31 March – 28 May, 7 pm – 12 am)

Experience the thrill of Malaysia’s largest travelling amusement park – the much-anticipated Euro Fun Park at 1 Utama! From 31 March to 28 May 2023, this travelling fun fair will keep you entertained all night long from 7 pm to 12 am daily with endless rides and games. So, mark your calendars as this is an event you definitely don’t want to miss!

Tickets are priced at RM8 for adults and RM4 for kids, which you can get at the counter there. Visit their website for more info.

4. 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

5. 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.

19 May (Friday)

1. Borneo Native Festival @ Central Market (19 – 21 May, 10 am – 8 pm)

Done in conjunction with the upcoming Kaamatan and Gawai festivities, the Borneo Native Festival is a three-day festival celebrating the culture of East Malaysians in Kuala Lumpur and is aimed to cultivate the importance of Malaysian diversity as well as boost the domestic tourism sector.

Some of the interesting events and competitions include the Sape competition, beauty pageant, creative dance competitions, a cultural forum, and the highlight of it all, the Cultural Parade which will start from Dataran Merdeka to Central Market on 20 May (Sunday).

Follow BNF KL’s Instagram for the itinerary and updates.

READ MORE: Unduk Ngadau, The Beauty Pageant Of The Sabahans

2. Karya Seni Kecil: The Art Of ACEO (Art Cards, Edition & Originals) @ Playground, Momo’s KL (19 – 21 May, 1 pm – 5 pm)

ACEOs stands for “Art Cards Editions and Originals” which are small, original works of art, that are released as either one-off pieces, or editions. They must be 2.5 x 3.5 inches and this standard size is widely recognised by collectors.

Featuring over 1000 artworks from Filipino artists, take a tour of their creative skills right at the heart of Momo’s hotel. Get artsy and try your hand at creating your own ACEO as demos and workshops will be available throughout the weekend.

For more info, visit here.

3. Mama Looking For Her Cat (Play) @ Pentas 2, KLPAC (19 – 21 May, 8.30 pm, 3.00 pm)

An old dialect-speaking mother has lost her only companion — a cat. She asked for help but was snubbed by her grown-up children. One night, the old lady left her house looking for her cat in a world that has left her behind — a world obsessed with progress and prosperity, which has forgotten the traditional, the old and the frail.

Mama Looking For Her Cat is a play about communication differences and the estranged relationship between a mother and her children. Written by the Late Kuo Pao Kun in 1988, the play revolves around the theme of Singapore being a multiracial, multicultural and multilingual society. Two decades later, this poignant piece remains as powerful, as relevant and as emotionally hard-hitting as ever.

Get tickets here. They are priced at RM98.

20 & 21 May (Saturday & Sunday)

1. Meow Bazaar & Adoption Drive @ Sunway Velocity Mall (19 – 21 May, 10 am – 10 pm)

Calling all cat lovers, get ready for the ultimate cat-tastic extravaganza!

Join them at the MEOWsome Adoption Drive & Meow Bazaar this weekend for some furry fun. Expect adorable cats, cool cat-themed merchandise and products from local vendors, and endless fun.

Visit here for more info.

2. Dream Festival Collaboration Vol. 2 (Concert) @ Zepp KL (20 May) [Line Up: Wali & Floor 88]

If you’re a fan of Malaysian band Floor 88 and Indonesian band Wali Band, then bring your friends together with you to a concert featuring the two iconic bands this Saturday.

Floor 88 is known for their songs like Zalikha, 24434, Chikadun, and Hutang (Pok Amai Amai). Meanwhile, Wali Band is known for their songs such as Yank, Cari Jodoh, Tobat Maksiat and more.

You can still get tickets here. They start from RM156.

3. Gig Campak 3.0: 90s Nostalgic (Gig) @ Angguk Studio, Ara Damansara (20 May, 2 pm)

Gig Campak is a gig where local bands play their best cover songs based on the theme of the event. This time around, it’s the 90s, so underground bands like Roadiarc, Honeybadgers and Rainbows in Attic will be playing songs from NSYNC, Boyzone, Backstreet Boys to Anuar Zain and other 90s Malay songs. If you wanna get your 90s groove on, drop by Studio Anggguk this Saturday.

Get tickets here. They are priced at RM28 each. Door tickets are priced at RM35 each.

4. The Joke Factory: Zenjiro (Comedy Show) @ The Joke Factory (20 May, 8.30 pm)

Zenjiro is an award-winning multilingual comedian and actor, who performs in English, Japanese and Korean. He hosted numerous TV programs in Japan and was also featured in various TV shows on BBC, HBO and Dutch TV NTR.

He performed at The Joke Factory in 2019 and is now back for another performance on 20 May 2023. With his out-of-this-world jokes and performance, his show is not to be missed.

Get tickets here. They are priced at RM88 each.

5. Levi’s 501 Experience (Pop-Up Event) @ RexKL (20 May, 11 am)

The Levi’s 501 Experience is a one-of-a-kind event that commemorates 150 years of the 501 Jean. Get crafty with their special workshops, customize your Levi’s apparel at their pop-up Tailor Shop, grab early access to new 501 exclusives and explore the history of the world’s favourite button-fly jeans!

Join them at REXKL on May 20 and celebrate 150 years of the jean that started it all. You’ll also receive a food & beverage voucher from fellow REXKL vendors — The Bao Guys and Phil’s Pizza — upon entry on a first-come-first-serve basis.

RSVP here to receive a complimentary mystery gift! For more info, visit their Instagram.

6. Furkids Indulgence Pop-Up Market 4.0 @ Jaya One (20 – 21 May, 11 am – 7.30 pm)

Bring your furry kids out on a weekend date at Bazaaresque’s curated pet bazaar! You don’t wanna miss out on all the paw-some pet treats, cute pet accessories, essential pet care items and more at their Furkids Indulgence Pop-Up Market 4.0!

Watch out for some wild pet treats, customised pet tags & collars, free pet dry bath experience, pet clothing, pet toys and many more!

Follow their Instagram for more updates.

7. The Urban People Market 1.5 (Weekend Market) @ High Park Suites, PJ (20 – 21 May, 12 pm – 7 pm)

Bring your family and friends to a weekend market in PJ this weekend. With over 60 local vendors selling food, as well as arts and crafts, The Urban People Market is not to be missed.

Besides that, they also have a mini zoo, goldfish bar, camping area, Durian district and children’s workshop there.

Visit here for more info.

8. BnB Pop-Up Book Sale @ Reka2 Workshop, GMBB (20 – 21 May, 11 am – 8 pm)

The Books and Bobs Pop-Up Book Sale is back! With prices starting from as low as RM1, this sale will be held in a larger space, unlike the previous sales, meaning more books for everyone.

So bring your family, bags, and wallet for a wholesome weekend with books! If you are looking to donate your books, you can bring them too.

For more info, visit GMBB’s Instagram.

9. The Godown Artists Market (Creative Exhibition & Market) @ The Godown KL (20 – 21 May, 11 am – 7 pm)

Feeling a little bit artsy and wanna have that main character vibe going on?

Well, you can head on to The Godown KL where they will be having their Godown Artists Market. There will be fun activities and an amazing variety of vendors for visitors to check out including fashion, home décor, art, craft, and delicious food and drinks.

This weekend, they’ll have a Gamelan workshop (RM100 per pax), Batik Tjap workshop (RM130 per pax) as well as a Speed Tarot Reading session for RM35 per session.

For more info, visit their Instagram.

10. Final Malam Nostalgia Tribute Sheila On 7 (Tribute Cover Show) @ Studio Angguk (21 May)

If you’re a big fan of Indonesian pop band, Sheila On 7, then Panggung Asia is the place to be this Sunday! Jam on to their greatest hits at this tribute concert with other die-hard fans. Some of their best hits are Dan, Melompat Lebih Tinggi, Seberapa Pantas and Sephia.

You can still get tickets here. They are priced at RM55 each.

11. Honne May 2023 Asia Tour (Concert) @ Zepp KL (21 May)

Honne, the English electronic music duo comprising Andy Clutterbuck and James Hatcher is coming to Zepp KL this Sunday for their May 2023 Asia Tour.

You’ll be enjoying some of their hit songs live like Day 1Me & You and Location Unknown there.

You can still get tickets here. They start from RM208.

12. Safety First Art Exhibition (Art Exhibition) @ KL City Art Gallery (21 – 28 May)

The Safety First Art Exhibition is an event dedicated to promoting the importance of safety in various workplaces and environments. The exhibition features works of art that creatively portray safety measures and practices, reminding visitors of the need to prioritize safety in their daily lives.

The Safety First Art Exhibition showcases a wide range of art forms, including paintings, photographs, and AI art. Each piece of art is designed to convey a message about safety in a unique and thought-provoking way.

For more info, follow their Instagram.

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.

  • Kira Con Festival – Anime & Cosplayers Festival (26 – 28 May, Quill City Mall)
    Get tickets here.
  • Out Of The World Water & Music Festival – Concert (26 – 28 May @ Sepang International Circuit) [Line Ups: HXA, Chuckiess Whackboi, Jovynn, Nahsyk, etc]
    Get tickets here.
  • Kpop Mega Concert (27 May @ Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon) [Line Up: Super Junior, Teen Top, Viviz]
    Get tickets here.
  • The Music of Star Wars – Orchestra (27 & 28 May @ MPO)
    Get the tickets here.
  • Theatresauce’s They All Die In The End – Play (25 – 28 May @ KLPAC)
    Get tickets here.
  • Lala Land Fun Festival – Concert & Festival (31 May – 4 Jun @ Eco Galleria Iskandar Puteri, JB) [Line Up: Maso, Ella, Ziana Zain]
    More info here.
  • D’Masiv 20AD To The World Tour – Concert (2 June @ Zepp KL)
    Get tickets here.
  • Pesta Kopi @ Tempatan Fest 2023 – Coffee Fest (3 – 4 June @ Stadium Kajang)
    More info here.
  • Andmesh Kamaleng Live In KL – Concert (4 June @ Plenary Hall, 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.
  • Theatresauce’s Saturn Return – Play about womanhood (14 – 18 June @ Rooftop Theatre, Sunway College)
    Get tickets here.
  • Showcase Jiwa Kacau 2023 – Concert (17 June @ Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam) [Line Up: Bunkface, Insomniacks, Masdo, Hujan]
    Get tickets here.
  • 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.
  • Faouzia Live In KL – Concert (13 July @ Plenary Hall)
    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 Kiara Equestrian Resort)
    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.
  • 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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