Ten Things to do in Yangon This Week
By Wei Yan Aung 24 October 2017
Famous singers will be performing at Myanmar’s first radio festival.
Oct. 28, 4 pm. Myanmar Event Park. Free tickets available at 4 TV Main Showroom at the corner of Pyay Road and Hanthawaddy Street until Oct. 27 between 10 am and 5 pm.
Myanmar Color Festival
Select your favorite colored powder to amazing DJ’s and artists from Myanmar and around the world.
Oct. 29, 4 pm. Kandawgyi Park. Tickets—8,000 kyats per person— available at Parami Pizza restaurants & Union Bar and Grill.
Sai Sai Kham Leng Show
Sai Sai Kham Leng will meet his fans to mark the one-year anniversary of branded cosmetics with his name.
Oct. 29, 1 pm. Junction Square. Free Admission.
Ni Ni Khin Zaw’s New Album Promotion
Ni Ni Khin Zaw is releasing her third solo album and will sing for her fans.
Oct. 29, 3 pm. Hledan Center. Free Admission
More than 30 companies will be hiring at this event.
Oct. 29, 9 am to 4 pm. Rose Garden Hotel, Upper Pansodan Street.
50th Street Halloween
There will be a costume competition with prizes.
Oct. 27, 8 pm to 1 am. 50th Street Café Restaurant Bar.
If you are learning Japanese and want to understand more about the country’s culture, you may try wearing Yukata, a casual summer Kimono. Only 20 persons—male and female—will be allowed. Registration on the Facebook page of the Japan Culture House.
Oct. 27, 11 am, and 2 pm. Japan Culture House, Room 322B, 2nd Floor, Building C, Pearl Condo, Kabaraye Pagoda Road.
World Police Band Concert
Police bands of Myanmar, Japan, Singapore and Vietnam will perform as part of the 22nd World Police Band Concert.
Oct. 28-29. Along Sule Pagoda Road, Strand Road and Bogyoke Aung San Road.
Moon Light: Art Exhibition
Paintings of U Ngwe Kai, U Ba Kyi, Paw Oo Thet, Kin Maung Yin—some of Myanmar’s most renowned and respected late artists—will be showcased.
Oct. 21-27. Moon Art Gallery, 35th Street (Middle Block)
The 5th Grand Art Stream 2017: Lun Family Art Exhibition
This exhibition will feature over 100 paintings by artist Lun Gywe and his family members.
Oct. 28-30. Yangon Gallery.