Heading out for a night on the town

Junji Delfino is back in Jao Tim next Thursday, this time to pay tribute to the great Ella Fitzgerald.

TOMORROW may mark the end of Chinese New Year, but that does not mean an end to the good times come nightfall in Klang Valley.

With something catering to just about every taste, there are plenty of places to unwind and relax.

Blues fans are in for a treat tomorrow, with a whole day dedicated to the genre and a host of great musicians taking the stage.


61, Jalan Sultan, KL

Tel: 03-2022 3897

Website: www.jaotim.comAn elegant venue in the heart of the city, Jao Tim absolutely drips with old world charm but also serves up an interesting array of offerings. Now also stepping up as an events space, the outlet gives life to a whole new set of musical offerings.

Tonight, Dave Kitzkiniki spices things up with Dave’s Tiny, Big Band as they explore soul, funk, jazz and R&B.

Tomorrow night, Clinton Jerome headlines the Table Lamp Concert with a night about Healing a Broken Heart. On Sunday, there will be a blues jam session at Jao Tim, hosted by Al Terry. Next Thursday, join chanteuse Junji Delfino and Rizal Tony as they pay tribute to the great Ella Fitzgerald. Cover charges apply.


65-2, Jalan Bangkung,

Bangsar, KL

Tel: 012-683 8603Bobo, and its baby grand, have played host to many a music great. It’s a wonderful spot with everything from comedy to jazz and other great sounds.

Close off the New Year season tonight and tomorrow night with Yudi Yap and friends taking guests on a trip down memory lane with Nanyang Nostalgia.

Next Tuesday, Priscilla Xavier joins Jeremy for Bobo’s Night Lights while next Thursday to Saturday, Evelyn Feroza is back in the house with a little bit of “Love on the Brain, Xoxo”.

Chanteuse Yudi Yap takes patrons on a trip down memory lane at Bobo KL.Chanteuse Yudi Yap takes patrons on a trip down memory lane at Bobo KL.


3A, Jln SS24/11,

Taman Megah, PJ

Tel: 016-951 6627Swig swings into the new year with a new outlet in Taman Megah, with a different vibe from the original in Jalan Gasing.

Embarking on a series of mini musical evenings themed the “Living Room Concerts”, Swig@Megah brings in some young, up-and-coming artistes who are fast-making a name for themselves on the scene.


37, Jln 23/70a,

Desa Sri Hartamas, KL and

24, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14,

Taman Tun Dr Ismail, KLWhile originally starting off as sports bars, the two H&A The Original outlets, one in Sri Hartamas and the other in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, now offer up more fun for those looking for a break after a long day at work.

Wednesday and Sunday nights are for music, with alternating guests.MAHJONG PUB & DINER

14, Jalan Wan Kadir 1,

Taman Tun Dr IsmailA newcomer in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Mahjong is a colonial-themed sports bar with a classic British pool table. On Tuesday nights, vocalist Mary Jackson teams up with axeman Andrew Jacob to liven up the night, while on Fridays, the Spellbound duo of Vincent & Faye are in the house to spice it up.


Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC),

Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah,

Sentul, KL

Website: https://senisana.org/back-to-the-blues/

It’s a whole day of music, arts and fun for the family as KLPAC plays host to the Back to the Blues Festival tomorrow.

With more than 10 performers gracing the stage, both solo and bands, from 10.30am, this is definitely an extravaganza especially put together for blues fans.

Australia’s Dom Turner and Al Terry, as well as Gugun Blues Shelter from Indonesia spice up the line-up while the local line-up includes a host of great names who are sure to thrill.

Some of the bands to be featured tomorrow include Khaimano, Billie Blue & The Nowhere Men, Blister, Ananth Kumar & The Tone Conspirators, Gerard Singh, Muzza, Bourbon Lassi and Blues Gang.

Tickets are priced at RM158 per person with a special pass at RM88 for students.

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