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5 concerts to check out in Phnom Penh this weekend

Event image for Poetry Space/Beatz & Wordz.
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5 concerts to check out in Phnom Penh this weekend

Iphones and MP3s may come and go, but nothing quite beats the experience of watching a musician play live. If you’re looking for some tunes to liven up your week, look no further –we’ve gathered five concerts you should attend, all with something a little different from the usual musical fare.

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Poetry Space/Beatz & Wordz

Electric Universe and noir-poet John Cartland perform, with completely improvised instrumental music by Tim King, James Spec, and DJ Nicomatic.

Meta House, #37 Sothearos Boulevard. June 23, 9pm-2am

Cambodian Rock Night

Sao Sopheak DJs, pulling up songs from legendary singers Sinn Sisamouth, Ros Sereisothea, Pen Ron, and others.

Meta House, #37 Sothearos Boulevard. June 24, 9pm

Poster for the Diana Bailey band.
Poster for the Diana Bailey band. Facebook

The Diana Bailey Band

Canadian singer Diana Bailey sings live.

DJ Guesthouse, #17B Street 29. June 24, 8pm-11pm

Metal Night

Grindcore band Graf Orlock plays.

Oscar’s on the Corner, Corner Street 13 and Street 104. June 24, 10pm

John Will Sail performs.
John Will Sail performs. Facebook

John Will Sail

Folk/blues singer John will perform. Free beer from 6:30pm-7pm.

Show Box, #11 Street 330. June 25, 6pm-9pm

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