Live performances you need to see in October 2019: Urbanscapes, Levi's Music Week, Pastel Lite and more

Live performances you need to see in October 2019: Urbanscapes, Levi's Music Week, Pastel Lite and more

Bless your ears!

Text: Zoe Yang

Image: Levi's / Facebook
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Image: Pastel Lite / Facebook

There isn't a dull moment this month—not if these acts have a say about it. Check out the must-catch live performances in KL right here:


11, 18 and 19 October, Levi's Music Week @ Sunway Pyramid, One Utama and KLCC

Levi's believes that music brings everyone together. With good music and great-fitting jeans, what's there not to like? This year, the live music events will be held at three different locations on three separate days. A few local musician line-ups include The Impatient Sisters, lost spaces, Midnight Fusic, and more. Not only that, there will be goodie bags up for grabs when you visit the space.

For more information, visit this website.

11 – 12 October, Ravel Concerto For The Left Hand @ Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, MPO

Piano composer Maurice Ravel's Piano Concerto for the Left Hand was commissioned by Paul Wittgenstein, a pianist who lost his right arm in World War I but still persisted to play the piano one-handed. Today, a highly-skilled pianist, P'ng Tean Hwa will perform the classic, paired with Modest Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain and Prokofiev 5 blending all three classics into one.

Ticket price starts at RM56. For more information, visit this website.

12 13 October, Taylor Swift Lover Experience Malaysia @ 3 Damansara Shopping Mall

Universal Music Malaysia is hosting a special event for all Swifties (that's fans of Taylor Swift, in case you're wondering) to unite and celebrate her new album, 'Lover' together. You definitely don't want to miss out on meeting like-minded "frans" (friends + fans) who love Taylor Swift as much as you do! Some of the fun activities include taking Instagram-worthy photos, merch stands and many more!

For more information, visit this website.

14 15 October, Ivory Series – An Animal Among Others, No Black Tie

The Ivory Series revolves around the combination of classical music and fine arts in life. Classical pianist Mei Lin Hii made quite a name for herself in the music industry for many years now and is the creator of this event.

Ticket price starts at RM64. For more information, visit this website.

25 October, Pastel Lite – Pop Bilik Tidur Album Launch @ The Bee, Publika

Local indie artists, Eff Hakim and Faliq Mohd will be launching their latest album, 'Pop Bilik Tidur'. They've made Malaysians proud when they opened for popular U.S. bands like Tame Impala and The XX previously. If you're in need of another reason to see them, then peep the event's line-ups: Yuna (yep, Yuna herself!), iconic Francissca Peter, and The Impatient Sisters will be performing that night as well.

Ticket price starts at RM68. For more information, visit this website.

30 October, Ganesh Bala: The Album Concert @ DPAC

This is an instrumental concert composed by the musician who is deeply inspired by his own cultural roots. Aside from the clean sounds of the instruments, the audience are also able to witness state-of-the-art visuals at the same time.

Ticket price is RM100. For more information, visit this website.

Bonus recommendation:

16 November 24 November, Urbanscapes 2019 @ Sentul Depot

As tickets are selling fast like hot cakes, it's best you get yours now for the hottest event this coming November. This year's line-up is a steal; musicians Boy Pablo, Glass Animals, Cuco, Sunset Rollercoaster, and more are set to perform for festival goers! Urbanscapes is not only known for its musical performances but also its creative art installations, designs and interactive activities. Early bird tickets are sold out. But not to fret, you can still get the other tickets, act fast if you don't want to miss out on the event this November!

Ticket price starts at RM199. For more information, visit this website.

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