More than 200 photos of Rangoon will be printed, framed, exhibited and given away in exchange for donations, on a first come first serve basis.
Dec. 10-11, 11am–6pm. Nawaday Tharlar Art Gallery, Room No. 304, 20/B, Yaw Min Gyi Street, Dagon Tsp.
The 53-year-old celebrated singer May Ywet War performs to mark the 35th anniversary of her musical career.
Dec. 10, 7pm. National Stadium on Myoma Kyaung Street. Tickets 10,000-50,000 kyats.
One of Southeast Asia’s most prominent festivals will be held for the first time in Rangoon. The two-stage DJ event will last two days.
Dec. 10-11, 2pm-11pm. The One Entertainment Park, Thingangyun Tsp.
This charity art festival features about 100 artists with disabilities. Well-known Burmese rocker Zaw Win Htut and the UK’s Stopgap Dance Co join the event.
Dec. 8, 5pm. Myanmar Convention Center (MCC), Mayangon Tsp. Tickets 2,000 kyats.
Cantamus Choir will sing a mixture of holiday music to put you in a festive mood.
Dec. 10, 6:30pm. Holy Trinity Cathedral, No. 446, Bogyoke Aung San Road.
Rangoon University Library Book Fair | December 6-9
More than 100 publishing houses offer special discounts.
Dec. 6-9. Rangoon University Campus.
This French troupe showcases trapeze, juggling, clowns, dog and bike acts, high-wire, magic and more.
Tuesdays-Sundays until Dec. 25. Tues-Fri: 7pm-9pm. Sat-Sun: 3pm-5pm and 7pm-9pm. Aung Thu Kha Compound, Min Nandar Road, Anawmar (1) Ward, Tharkayta Tsp.
Twenty artists from Dagon North and Dagon East showcase 54 oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings.
Dec. 3-14. Ayerwon Art Gallery, No. 903-904, U Ba Kyi Street, Dagon Seikkan Tsp.
Artists Aung Aung Taik and Nandar Maung showcase a duo exhibition of paintings and fashion designs.
Dec 9-13. Ahla Thit Art Gallery, No. 17 University Avenue Road, Bahan Tsp.
This group art exhibition features seven artists and 40 oil, watercolor, acrylic and pastel paintings.
Dec 8-12, Gallery 65, No. 65, Yaw Min Gyi Street, Dagon Tsp.