Urbanscapes returns to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur’s creative arts festival, Urbanscapes 2018, is back this year with Malaysian company, U Mobile, for the second time around. This year’s Urbanscapes theme is REIMAGINEKL, which centers on local arts, ideas and music. Whether it is within heritage buildings or rejuvenated public spaces, the activities will spur interaction, conversations and participation from Medan Pasar to Petaling Street.
Adrian Yap, founder and festival director of Urbanscapes, said that the festival encourages people to reimagine, reconnect with and reclaim the city.
 “We work towards bringing together an eclectic mix of art, design and music creatives and collectives to inspire interaction and participation of a community made of up people of diverse backgrounds,” said Yap.

“Be it Chin Woo Stadium, Medan Pasar or our mainstay Urbanscapes House at 2 Hang Kasturi, the festival content will definitely inspire conversations and many [Instagram] moments,” added Yap.

“We want to bring our customers even closer to their passions especially music! Based on the response we had last year, we felt apt to present our very first satellite Unlimited Grooves Festival within Urbanscapes featuring Wolf Alice, Bodega and Phum Viphurit,” said Jasmine Lee, chief marketing officer at U Mobile.

U Mobile is presenting its own UNLIMITED GROOVES FESTIVAL featuring artists Wolf Alice, Visions Of A Life and Brooklyn’s Bodega, Se So Neon, Phum Viphurit and Malaysia’s very own Midnight Fusic and Bill Musa.

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Website: www.urbanscapes.com.my