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Weekend Roundup

What’re YOU Doing This Weekend?

What’re YOU Doing This Weekend?

From late night out to alcohol free cocktail sessions, we got something for everyone this weekend!



What’s On Screen?

The Burnt Orange Heresy screens from 8:30pm at The Flicks. The art world and criminal underbelly come together in this 2019 thriller. Plus, it’s got Mick Jagger being a haggard old criminal. 


What’s On Stage

Joshua Chiang (Psykic Elektric and Boxchords) is taking the stage at Tacos Kokopelli from 7pm. Start the weekend with some original live music and excellent tacos. 

Alchemy kick-off an evening of Ska from 7:30pm. Checkered Past Ska and DJ Airfix Twin will rock the stage until 10:30pm. 


What’s On Late?

The legendary Cloud Bar celebrates its 5th Birthday from 7pm. DJ Bree, iconic dual language 12ME will bring some of the best rap in the city in both Khmer and French, and the two and only Initial G and Mike Dynamo will keep the party going. 

Vannda will take to Epic from 9pm. Enjoy free entry and the party going until 3am. 

Fans of local electronic music should get down to Meta for 9pm. Electric Ladyland: DJ Party ft. Lyka and Sao Sopheap will make sure it’s a banger of an evening. 

H Club is bringing the party hard from 9pm. Substantial is a night of dancehall, dnb, reggae, riddim, and ‘jungle tunes.’




What’s On Screen?

Regarding Susan Sontag screens from 8:30pm at Meta House. The film is an investigation into the life of one of the 20th century’s most provocative thinkers, activists and anti-war novelist, playwright and all round bad-ass. 


What’s On Stage

Alchemy is putting on a night of pop punk and alternative rock. From 8pm Sam and the Unbreakables bring their unique sounds to the musical gastro pub. 

Have you ever been curious to learn more about the mysterious world of swinging? Swing time gypsy jazz that is. Au Marche is hosting an evening of some of the coolest beats from Swing Time: A brand new jazz band cheering up the weekend with some lively swing music. Enjoy all the tunes with a delightful dinner from 8pm. 

First World Problems head to Oscar’s on the Corner from 9pm. The new band promise some original tunes inspired by their members from Canada, Switzerland and Sweden. 


What’s On Late?

Sam’s Grand Opening Party kicks off at 4pm. The new spot opens its doors on St. 460 and promises a big one to get things kicked off. A ‘mystery band’ will  make their debut performance from 8:30pm followed by Little Thieves at 9:30pm. 

Rush Hour Saturday kicks off at Love Lounge from 9pm. Dj Indigo and DJ Niko Yu will keep entertained until the wee hours. 


What Else?

Phnom Penh’s Mindful Drink Festival offers up a lovely afternoon option for those looking to live life with less booze and those giving Dry January a crack. Kicking off at Farm to Table, from 3pm, there will be delicious alcohol-free cocktails, locally sourced food, wellness discussions and some live music. 

Taylor’s Wine and Food Festival brings wine, food, live music and family friendly fun to Odom Gardens all Saturday and Sunday. 



What’s On Stage?

The legendary Phare Circus are in town! Simply one of the greatest live performances that you can see in Cambodia. The troupe will alternate between two shows every Thursday and Sunday until the 28th February, but don’t leave it too late to get a ticket as they will be in demand. (5pm, The Factory. Price: $10-$20. Book your tickets here.)


What’s On The Menu?

Free flow BBQ is on the menu over at Uncle Mac’s Diner. From 12pm to 3pm there will be free flowing beef, chicken, ribs and sausages with potato, corn on the cob, greens and homemade sauce and bread. Tickets are $14:50 and can be found here


What Else?

Taylor’s Wine and Food Festival bringing wine, food, live music and family friendly fun to Odom Gardens continues all day long. 

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