In the dark and after nightfall, KL still throbs with excitement
The city took a rest from its constant bright lights to mark this year’s Earth Hour, but the beat continued on with events to create awareness about global climate change, underscoring KL as a place that never sleeps.
At Sunway Pyramid, scores of youths turned out for a candlelight Dance in the Dark and unique 60 Formation with celebrities such as Joey G, Xandria Ooi and Yuri Wong, while Dorsett Regency Hotel KL and Pavilion KL also marked Earth Day with ecoawareness programmes.
|Deryck Whibley getting down to business at KL Live.
||It was a night of great music and a stunning fireworks
display during the Tiger Asia Music Festival at
Also bringing the night alive with sounds of great music was Canadian punk rockers Sum 41, who shook the floors of KL Live at their debut show here, to the delight of some 2,000 hardcore fans, in the second installation of the Special Rockaway Festival Showcase.
At the Tiger Asia Music Festival, thousands of revellers were kept in thrall with the best of urban music by Paul Wong and Ka Keung, LMF, Jam Hsiao, A-Lin, A-Yue, MC Hotdog and ManHand and a delightful fireworks display that lit up the night sky over Sunway Lagoon’s Surf Beach.
And, breathing life into nighttime Sepang International Circuit was the Energizer Night Race, which saw some 5,000 runners wearing LED head lamps brightening up the circuit in a “river of light”.