Man at His Best

Weekend Of September 10-11: Some Happenings To Get You Off The Couch And Moving

Featuring a vintage market, U2, Andy Warhol and a really cool festival.

BY Sim Wie Boon | Sep 7, 2016 | Culture


Old La La Edition 2x



Time to dig up some old school gems at the Old La La market happening on TREC this weekend. From vintage homeware to furnishings, records, cameras, frames, decors, potteries, watches and what not, there's definitely something for everyone. For more information, check it out here

The Music of U2


With 22 Grammy awards under their belt and an induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, some would argue that U2 is one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Singer Brody Dolyniuk and conductor Brent Havens will be leading the Malaysian Philharmonic Ochestra through a night of classic U2 music like you've never experienced before. For more on this night of rock and ochestra, check it out here

Andy Warhol: Social Circus



Taking place at Slate @ The Row, the Andy Warhol: Social Circue exhibition presented by The Ryan Foundation will be showcasing 50 artworks that are important to Warhol's illustrious career and life. The largest Andy Warhol exhibition to hit our shores in recent times, the exhibition features his famous silkscreens, polaroids of personalities who hung around Warhol as well as the chance for visotors to try out in creating some silkscreen prints. For more information check it out here

The Cooler Lumpur Festival 2016



Returning for its fourth round, the multidisciplinary festival curated by PopDigital will be looking to expand KL's cultural horizons and cultivate creativity amongst the community with this year's theme, RE: Independence. The festival will see thought-provoking speakers such as Kate Bassett (UK), Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan (US), John Dinges (US) and Evangeline Neo (SG) as well as local favourites, Boey Chee Ming, Shamini Flint and Lat speaking on various subjects from telling life stories, journalism in democracy, playwriting, being Malaysian and much more. For more information, click here