That’s just a sampling of the upcoming two-day digital arts festival called KLoud Fest, which premieres on March 19. KLoud Fest, organised by non-profit organisation DiverseCity in partnership with Malaysian-British arts group Liver & Lung, will be streamed via the festival’s website. After a period of MCO non-activity in the arts scene, viewers can look forward to original musical films, comedy shows and even a virtual dance party. Dance Revolution: A Virtual Party offers a cast of local deejays (JonnyVicious, Alam, Roshan, House of RN, Nahsyk and Xes Xes Loveseat) catering to your "stay home" party hard needs. KLoud Fest is supported by MY CreativeVentures and the National Economic Revival Plan’s (Penjana) Creative Industry Recovery Grant.
Source: The Star February 25, 2021 11:26 UTC