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Gigs in June 2019: Boyzone, Sean Ghazi, Phum Viphurit and more

Gigs in June 2019: Boyzone, Sean Ghazi, Phum Viphurit and more

Buro Culture Guide

Text: Su Fen Tan


Image: Cover rubric: Phum Viphurit / Facebook | Cover article: Photo Credits to Robin Wong

There isn't a dull weekend in June — not if these acts have a say about it. Check out the must-catch gigs in KL of the month right here:

11 June (Tues), Improvised Music Night @ Raw Art Space

Ever the purveyor of experimental music, Raw Art Space will host Rastko Lazic on electronics along with local musicians Chung Ping Wei (saxophone) and Loke Xiaoyun (vocals) for an evening of improvised music.

Admission by suggested donation of RM20. For more information, visit their Instagram page.


13 - 15 June (Thurs - Sat), Sean Ghazi @ Bobo KL

Whenever seasoned singer and West End alumnus Sean Ghazi takes the stage, a good time is guaranteed. Following one sold out night in February earlier this year, Ghazi returns with Nish and Lu Ee on the piano and violin respectively with a program of musical highlights and crooner classics.

Cover charge starts from RM45 (for Bobo diners). For more information, visit the event page.


20 June (Thur), Adam Hall ft. The Velvet Playboys @ Jaotim

Revel in the sounds of jazz and rhythm & blues of the '40s and '50s as Adam Hall and The Velvet Playboys make their way here from Perth to captivate KL with a captivating live performance brimming with raw energy.

Tickets are RM60 pre-sale, RM70 at the door. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


14 June (Fri), Boyzone Thank You & Goodnight The Farewell Tour 2019 @ Malawati Indoor Stadium

Sing along to 'Love Me For A Reason', 'No Matter What', 'All That I Need' and more with the one and only Boyzone for the last time as the Irish boy band bids fans Thank You & Goodnight - also the name of their final album - with a farewell tour.

Tickets are priced from RM198. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


21 & 23 June (Fri & Sun), Let's Rock 2 @ KLPac

Let's Rock 2 reunites the same headliners that brought the house down back in 2017 - Fuad of Kyoto Protocol, Bihzhu and Nick Davis - with the KLPac Symphonic Band, the YCA Chorus and a 4-piece band for another rock concert like no other. The 60-strong ensemble will be performing a 16-track programme that ranges from music of the folk and pop legends of the '70s to the alt-rock sounds of today.

Tickets are priced from RM80. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


22 June (Sat), 911 - The Reunion 2019 @ Quill Convention Centre

Looks like this month is made for those live for '90s music. Pop group 911 will be in KL for the first time in almost 20 years to take you on a walk down nostalgia lane with hits such as 'Don't Make Me Wait', 'Bodyshakin' and 'The Day We Find Love'.

Tickets are priced from RM98. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


22 June (Sat), Zee Avi + NJWA @ Putra World Trade Centre

On the other side of town, experience Zee Avi's dreamy, mellow tunes and NJWA mesmerising neo-soul sound under one roof as the powerhouse songstresses come together for an unforgettable night of music.

Tickets are priced from RM88. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


23 June (Sun), Phum Viphurit presented by Collective Minds x Frisson 3 6 9 @ The Bee, Publika

Can't get enough of Phum Viphurit and his feel-good tunes? After making his mark in KL at the Unlimited Grooves Festival late last year, the Thailand-based artist will be back to charm you with his funky and soulful approach to indie folk music.  Up-and-coming local band lost spaces will opening the show.

Tickets are RM188, or RM218 at the door. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.


29 June (Sat), Daniel Powter @ The Bee, Publika

If you had a 'Bad Day', turn it around with Daniel Powter at The Bee. The Canadian musician will be making a stop here as part of his Asia tour - this comes off the back of the release of his latest album, Giants.

Tickets are priced from RM88. For ticketing and more information, visit the website.

[27/6/2019] UPDATE: Unfortunately Daniel Powter's show has just been postponed until further notice. Head to the website for more information.

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