Thursday, July 29, 2010

#02 Official Release

As you guys are probably aware, the official release for JOHO #02 tees was on Monday, 26th July 2010. The tees are selling out fast. For those of you who have booked but is yet to pay for the tees, it is advisable that you do so as soon as possible otherwise we are not going to hold on to your tees (first come first serve basis).

This goes to JOHO #01 tees and JOHO Hoodie as well.

Please do take note and do not blame us when the tees are sold out :)


Macam yang korang tau, kitorang dah start release JOHO #02 tees pada Isnin lalu, 26hb Julai 2010. Tees tersebut jual macam pisang panas. Pada korang yang dah buat tempahan tapi masih belum bayar, dinasihatkan membuat bayaran dengan segera. Siapa cepat dia dapat.

Ini termasuklah JOHO #01 tee dan JOHO Hoodie sekali.

Jangan nanti melepas nak salahkan kami ya :)


Tuesday, July 27, 2010

What's with JOHO

Entry by Zade

Have you guys heard of JOHO? Well, I heard it for the first time from on a certain JB Anthology Workshop, which I eventually attended. JOHO is not an association, nor is it an organisation. The name 'JOHO' is not an abbreviation of any's just "joho". Why? They rationalise that when people pronounce the state of Johor (in Malay)'s pronounce with a silent 'R'. So it becomes 'Joho' instead of 'Johor' with an 'R'. Simple...huh?

Whats with JOHO anyway? I've yet to fully understand what's it all about but I think by the side now I got the picture. JOHO is a community set-up by a bunch of young guys...with the objective to promote the talents of young Johoreans in all sorts of art - expressionists, artists, photographers, film-makers, copywriters...etc. And I am amazed at what they have done so far. It's a community that moves on its own...which is great, because it's not influenced by any 'parties' that have hidden agenda. And I hope that it will stay that way. The one thing that I like most, is that this community provides a platform for the youngs to express themselves. That'll pull them out from the streets and hopefully this would reduce the effects of social-ills among the youngs. Kudos to the brains that started it in the first place.

I'm not a Johorean and I'm not a youngster anymore (though I wish...he he). But I'd support this community in any way that I could. You see, when I first heard of Johor and someone proposed that I move down here to work, I said "Oh, no. Johor is the last state that I would go to work to". You know why? Because when I was in college, I met a few Johorean friends and they didn't give me the impression that Johoreans are humble beings. Later on, I heard that the cost of living in Johor is quite high.

But fate has it that I moved down here in 2000 due to a broken heart ("membawa hati yang lara"). And I've been here since...married a Johorean, even. Hmmm... The first thing that caught me back was to find that the people are indeed very friendly and accommodating. Then I had the 'culture shock'...which was the food. Where on earth in Malaysia would you find 'laksa' (white mee) made of spaghetti? And the Yong Tau Foo is made in soup...instead of the dark gravy. Then I got confused between Mee Bandung and Mee Jawa, which I was familiar with, in the Klang Valley. To top it all, the first time I ever saw a real Duku tree...was in Kg. Tiram Duku...a village very close to the port that I was working in. Duku is my favourite fruit...but I've never seen the tree. Peghak... Finally I got hooked on Soto...with Mihun.

As years went by, I have to acknowledge that Johor is a state full of ancestorial memories. There are still centuries-old houses and buildings scattered around the main town JB...but sadly, not so much emphasis was made to preserve these. Especially the old houses. Johor is full of culture too. Aside from the main three, there are also Javanees, Banjarians, Bugists; who have their own dialects, food and 'adat'. Then there's the music - ghazal, zapin and others. Oh! And I got to watch the real Kuda Kepang...some time ago. It was eerie indeed.

So I wish that JOHO could promote these as well in their activities, apart from the modern-age arts. Yeah...check these guys out. They are based in a 'house' just in front of Selat Tebrau...called The Lost Malaya.

Anak Pahang,

Friday, July 23, 2010

GEGOtv: Johor National Anthem

Patriotism is something to be proud of

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

A trip to JOHO: GEGO

Entry by Bazil Bolia

After 4 days of orientation, finally I could spread my wings free. The orientation was a blast. Although we didn't get enough rest, (during the orientation, we can only sleep for about 2-4 hours a day and doing activities non-stop) but the memories gathered from the orientation always remains.

Straight after the orientation, my friends and I decided to travel to JOHOR. The road to Johor wasn't easy and cheap as it looks, but it was worth it. One hour from Alor Gajah to Melaka Central and from MC to Johor took another 3 hours. (Costs me RM45.60 for the whole trip).

"Naqie doing what he does best"

Staying at my friends house, Najhan, our first priority for the trip was watching the live show organized by JOHO, a social and creative arts community.

"JOHO! :D"

The whole event was held at Bukit Timbalan, JB. Me and my friends arrived as early as 3pm and I was overwhelmed by the atmosphere of the event- photographers, bikers, skaters, entrepreneurs and music everywhere.

You can never see these kind of things at Sarawak, I think. =p.

"You could see bikes everywhere during the festival."

To my pleasant surprise, it was my first time that I saw people playing futsal with their bikes. Nak try gak lah kat Sarawak, =p.

"I did tried kicking the ball. It was hard as shit."

We walked around the area for hours. We saw a lot of t-shirts and pants for sale; most of them are bundle where it could costs as cheap as RM5. Plus, they also sell some old school photo's of marilyn monroe, those big CD's that were uses during our dad's rock and roll era and not forgetting those vintage buttons, too.

"Junk Sale! Kuala Nerang boleh dapat RM2 la bro.."

After spending hours shopping at the junk sale, my friends and I went out to see some live open show at the entrance of Bukit Timbalan. The performance pulled out from the guys and girls are entertaining. Especially the girl with the "small" guitar; she rocks my pants!

"The next OIAM"

The thing that caught my attention during the open show was this big vuvuzela that I saw. It's big. 5 times bigger than the normal one and sounds like one too. The sound of some swarming bee's.


As the time ticks on to 9.30pm, we went to the stage where the concert would be held. But before that, we were introduced with some cultural dances from all over Malaysia.

"Usual stuff."

10.30pm was the moment that we have been waiting for. Local bands from Johor were going to perform live with us here at Bukit Timbalan; one of the bands that I was hoping to see was Plague Of Happiness and I was not disappointed and was thrilled by all the bands performing; Dewata, Radio Antic and Redemption. (First time watching people moshing was really one hell of experience..I saw this guy who jumped kick someone during the mosh.)

"Redemption pulling out some notes.. reggae style!"

When Plague Of Happiness arrives at the stage, everyone jumped and screamed the name of the band. Music from Plaque Of Happiness really gave the live show a very vibrant mood. Everyone was jumping around, dancing and skanking with all the spectators. (Even the Mat Salleh was hopping around like mad). Photographers were clicking the shutters at every second non stop; too bad that I didn't bring some of my lenses and flashes along =(

"Plague Of Happiness rockssss!"

Each and everyone of us had so much fun during the event. It was truly an enjoyable experience to see such performance by these bands. Thank You JOHO for organizing the event, it was truly a blast! Me and my friends are craving for more events from JOHO! Although I'm a Sarawakian myself, but JOHO did really gave me an insight of a new way of creative social ways of interacting and enjoying with people and friends.

"The event was freaking awesomeeeeeee!"

Again, Thank You JOHO!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Sepatah dua kata selepas GEGO

Salam and Hello to all JOHO lovers.

First of all JOHO would like to thank semua orang yg berjaya menghadirkan diri ke GEGO on the 16th di BUKIT words to describe how thankful we are to all of u guys yg datang and to groups yg participating in the event,u guys rock even harder,seriously..

Kami juga nak mintak maaf jika ada apa-apa kekurangan di GEGO tempohari..hope semua takkan serik untuk menghadirkan diri di masa akan datang and JOHO janji akan improvise apa-apa yg perlu di"improvise" di GEGO..sebab each one of us that day sedang belajar on how we all can improvise our "communication" among ourselves despite of our race,religion and also our political views..that day ternyata korang memang bawak ur purest heart ke BUKIT TIMBALAN..if orang lain tak nampak takpe,but kami nampak! so kudos to all!!


*JUNK JUNKIES - for handling the JUNKSALES that night and for helping us in every way they can despite of the "leteran" from the pinky :)

*ENDsevenNINE - for gathering up the skaters from all over JOHOR bahru...BAEK!

*ABBEYroadSTUDIOS - untuk soundsystem yg puas hati...sila visit studio mereka di Tmn tun beb :)

*SOUTHERN FIXED - these group of youths memang mewarnai suasana cycling pada hari tu...go join them if u r into bicycle berprewel mati..nak tau lebih u can search for their group in FB.

*ROOST Bistro/Cafe - these old skool people memang dah lama in the art scene of JOHOR BAHRU...respect to them for turning up on that day thus making it more stylo... *thanx ah hai and bee*

*EATS and BEATS - dah pernah makan sandwich dieorang? tak pernah kena la TRY...worth it! seriously...cuba dulu,baru citer :)

*Soccer Bikes Group - ramai yg tak pernah tau this group wujud di we hope u guys have been properly introduced to this group of passionate people...RARE kan? :)


*RADIO ANTIC - although mereka band baru tapi mereka dengan selambenye menyahut cabaran JOHO untuk entertain korang semua. and we seriously think that this band from BATU PAHAT mmg ade check out bout them dalam myspace mereka.

* DEWATA - eventhough mereka ni main METAL yg sangat rabak tapi semua yg tak minat dengan METAL pun stayed in front of the stage..sebab their MUSIC speaks for itself..sila jangan associatekan SETAN dengan music metal..its an alternative artforms jadi sila lah respect it. BAEK!

*REDEMPTION - lagu bas no. 13 memang membuat orang ramai berdansa tanpa belas kasihan that day...this reggae heroes dari JOHOR memang BAEK!

*PLAGUE of HAPPINESS - Kugiran yg dah tak perlu lagi di introduce. PASSIONATE people like them memang seharusnya diEMBRACE oleh kita semua..These SKA PUNKS heroes telah lama mengharumkan nama JOHOR cuma masih ada lagi yg blur pasal kepada sesiapa yang baru tau pasal their existence in JOHOR BAHRU,please bare in mind they are here to STAY! BAEK!!

if you guys happen to brought people yg dari luar JOHOR untuk dtg ke GEGO kami ucapkan berbanyak-banyak terima kasih kerana kami nampak RAMAI foreigners berJOGET tanpa belas kasihan on that overall memang GEGO kita malam tu.

once again family JOHO would like to thank semua orang...daripada abang yg jadi security sampai ke abang yg jual air pada malam tu..korang semua memang TRUE!

Hopefully kita akan berjumpa lagi soon..and kami akhiri bebelan kami ini dengan ucapan terima kasih dan TERUSKAN berimaginasi and please after this kite semua..lepas ni if ada lagi yang cakap JOHOR DARUL TAKZIM ni boring..kita sama-sama sekolahkan mereka...lagi2 yg cakap tu dtg dari JOHOR..hehehe

"MAKE YOURSELF USEFUL UNTUK NEGERI SENDIRI..if not sampai bila-bila kita semua akan LEMAU."

"thanks for welcome" (bak kata MC JOHO pada malam itu hahahaha)


Thursday, July 15, 2010

GEGO: Photo Contest


If you happened to be at GEGO and have a camera with you, why not join this contest. You can email us the best pictures that represents GEGO or to make life easier for you, you can just post those pictures in facebook and tag us, making sure that we know it is the picture for the GEGO: Photo Contest, otherwise, how should we know right? We are not psychic :)

The pictures will be published at our blog and the winner's photo will be used for our next promotion. Do not fret as credit will be given to you as it is rightfully yours.

The prizes for the contest will be announced soon. So grab your camera and send us the pictures!

our email:

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Abang Yem getting ready

Like most of you, Abang Yem pun tak sabar² nak ke GEGO pada hari Jumaat ni yang akan berlangsung di Bukit Timbalan.

Abang Yem dah pun bersiap² untuk muncul dan berkenalan dengan semua warga JOHO :)

Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim, Bukit Timbalan

The foundation works for Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim began with the officiated ground breaking ceremony by Tengku Mahkota Sultan Ismail on Monday, 7th November 1938.The Royal Highness later laid the foundation stone on 10th March 1940. The building was complete in 1942 at a cost of $2 million. A banquet was held at the Royal Palace on Tuesday, 3rd November 1942 to mark the official opening of the state government office.

The building was designed by the architectural firm of Palmer & Turner, which was also responsible for designing Hospital Sultan Aminah. The building is a combination of the cosmopolitan architecture of Renaissance style with an overlay of Anglo-Malay influence. The building was constructed by local craftsmen under the supervision of an European architect.

On Monday, 9th August 1982, the building was officially named as Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim by Al-Marhum Sultan Iskandar Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Ismail, Sultan of Johor at that time.

It was the tallest building in Malaya during the pre-Merdeka era. In Johor Bahru itself, it stood unchallenged as the tallest building in town until the completion of the Marlin Tower in 1970's. Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim was the symbol of Johor's progress at that time and still remains as the landmark of Johor Bahru.

In 1942, during the World War II, the Japanese Imperial Army used it as a fortress and a command center to spy on the British activities in Singapore which was attacked days later. If you look closely at the walls, you can still see the damages from the invasion. It is a bitter reminder for us, the next generation of Johor about the worth of our Independence. We all shouldn't take it for granted.

The building is one of the few larger colonial building left in Johor Bahru. It houses the State Secretariat and the offices of the state government for 67 years until Johor state government announced that they will relocate to Nusajaya, Johor State New Administrative Center in 2010.

Rumor has it that Yayasan Warisan Johor is going to take over the building as their new headquarters. We hope this will bring new promises for the art scenes in Johor Bahru.

picture credits to kluxorious

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

GEGO: The Supporters

Lost Malaya Gallery & Lounge

Lost Malaya Gallery & Lounge Sdn. Bhd. is developed with the vision to make a change in art and history appreciation for the art lovers to hangout. The name Lost Malaya is founded as a tribute to the history of our historical colonial building, which was built during Malaysia's pre-independence era, known as Malaya. Lost Malaya encompasses an atmosphere of pre-independence 'Malaya', to preserve the history of what is currently 'Lost' during the time of British Empire.

The Gallery is a venue for local photographers and artists with the same passion to exhibit their work. Chill out at Lost Malaya's old fashioned lounge, where customers can take in the ambiance, and enjoy drinks and snacks, with a breathtaking sunset view. The Lounge serves hot and cold beverages and finger food.

With their spacious compound, they are also a venue to host private parties such as birthdays, company dinners, graduation parties, barbecue gatherings, etc.

Lost Malaya Gallery & Lounge
No 9, Jalan Skudai,
80200 Johor Bahru,

Contact: +6 07 2210629


ENDSEVENNINE will gather up skaters as well as providing skate park for GEGO that will take place at Bukit Timbalan on July 16, 2010. The skaters will do demo and free ride from 5pm to 8pm. You guys can bring along your own skate and ride with them on that day.

ENDSEVENNINE is a store that sells skates and related stuff. It was formed in 1997 by Ajib and based in Johor Bahru. The owner, Ajib, was exposed with the skateboard arena in 1995 and has been skateboarding ever since. He is renowned throughout Malaysia via ads and interviews in popular sk8zine such as Revolution & Skate 3X Magazine.

ENDSEVENNINE provides services that includes
  • skateboard complete installation
  • griptape
  • skateboard tutorials
  • jeans alteration
ENDSEVENNINE vision and mission are to keep skateboarding alive! You can visit them at

No.V1 & VZ120,
Tingkat 1, Pasar Awam Larkin,
Jalan Garuda,
80350 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia

Contact number: (+6012) 7385 025
Email : or

JB Arts Festival

JB Arts Festival is brought to you by the Johor Society of the Performing Arts (JSPA). They started in 2004 and this is the 7th JB Art Festival they have conducted. The festival which usually take a duration from three to four weeks, has been an annual event in the Johor calendar.

The programs that are included in the festival encompass all recognized disciplines of the performing arts, both traditional and contemporary. First and foremost, they focus on local Johor talents before encourage other Malaysian talents to be involved. They hope to make the festival as vehicle for the talent in Johor and also to transform Johor into a performing art center in Malaysia.

They also strive to make it affordable and accessible to the Johor public as well as developing and promoting interest in and advancement of the standards in the various disciplines of the performing arts in Johor through interactive and educational programmes like workshops, seminars and masterclasses.

The 7th JB Arts Festival take place from 29th June 2010 to 24th July 2010 at Bukit Timbalan, Johor Bahru.


Junk Junkies

Junk Junkies is a group of punk rockers hooked on trash, bearing arms alongside “KBNL” and“+ +” as comrades of the “Southern Uprising” collective.

Junk Junkies are addicted to junk, fashion, flea-markets, and parties coupled with great music. Amidst piles of useless garbage, they find heaps of shimmering gold. Same goes for their music too.

You are always welcome at the Junk Junkies

7-01, Jalan Austin Height 3/1,
Taman Mount Austin,
81100 Johor Bahru,

GEGO: The Extremes


ENDSEVENNINE will gather up skaters as well as providing skate park for GEGO that will take place at Bukit Timbalan on July 16, 2010. The skaters will do demo and free ride from 5pm to 8pm. You guys can bring along your own skate and ride with them on that day.

Southern Fixed

Southern-Fixed is a group of fixed gear bike owners who share the same passion. As the name suggested, they are from Johor. Although they are relatively new (they started in early 2010), their number of members keep increasing due to the interest people shown with fixed gear bike.

Southern-Fixed will also do some free ride for you guys at GEGO. If you have a bike of your own, be it a fixed gear bike, low-rider, mountain-bike, or anything else, feel free to bring it along and ride with us. You won't regret it since Bukit Timbalan compound is spacious. You'll be glad to have a bike to ride on.

Everyone who have the passion are welcome to join the Southern Fixed. You can learn more about fixed gear bike by visiting their website:


Besides the fixie and skateboarders, there will also be an Autoshow of Supermoto at GEGO. Supermoto is a cross between motocross and road racing. The motorcycles used are frequently custom-created combination of off-road motorcycles and road-racing wheels/tires. This is how it got the nickname "supermotard" bikes. Unlike normal motorcycle racing, the emphasis lies on slower speeds.

Due to the popularity, excitement and durability of these motards, some owners modify them for street use. Motards makes excellent city-goers as their upright seating position provides great visibility in traffic. Their narrow frames and light weight also make them incredibly maneuverable, as well as easier to ride.

Monday, July 12, 2010

GEGO: The Bands

Plague of Happiness

This band is originated from Pasir Gudang. They are one of the leading independent band in Johor and one of the most well-known ska band in Malaysia.

Plague of Happiness consists of 7 members: Nas (guitar and vocalist), Ipin (bass and backing vocal), Atoi (trumpet), Azmal (tenor saxophone), Nausad (trombone), Arab (guitar) and Pozy (drum).

This band plays ska punk with more happy tune and for a twist, their attitude and music arrangements are pretty out there which can be enjoyed by everyone. Plague of Happiness has never failed to be part of JOHO event so far. They have been entertaining JOHO lovers at SPAM! and Siren's Nite and this time they will rock Bukit Timbalan for the GEGO event.

Here is a taste of what you gonna get!


This metal band was formed in May 1997 and originated from Pontian. Their inspiration for their music stems from Chimaira, Lamb of God, Behemoth and Iron Maiden (to name some). Dewata have spread their wings with resolute bravery and determined skill, leaving behind childhood things and blossoming into musical adulthood. They recorded their four songs in year 2001 at Bandung and have been working hard on new material ever since.

Their band lines up consists of five male. They are Nizar (vocalist), Topek (guitar), Apis (guitar), Shah (bass) and Nizam (drums).

Some of Dewata famous songs are Intro and Lawan, Ijazahku Mati and KUKU BESI. They sound just as good as they look. If you are into metal, be sure not to miss them!

Radio Antic

This young indie garage band that consists of 4 young members is from Batu Pahat and has been around since early 2009. Even though they are young, their songs are not. Radio Antic's songs are inspired from The Killers and Artic Monkey and some of their well-known songs are Animasi and Ilusi dan Fantasi.

You can listen to their songs at their myspace:


Redemption is the only reggae band in Johor. The band is formed in 2006 and originated from Johor Bahru. The band has 7 members: Akeem (vocalist/guitar), Amin (guitar), Wan (bass), Aki (percussion), Aizal (percussion), Adith (drum) and Mamal (keyboard). They are popular with the song Kejutkan Aku and Bas No: 13.

You can check out the songs at their myspace:

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Abang Yem

JOHO lovers mungkin dah terdengar² nama Abang Yem disebut². Siapa Abang Yem ni ek? Nantikan kemunculan Abang Yem di GEGO nanti ^__^

Friday, July 9, 2010


So what is GEGO? Like previous events of JOHO, GEGO is a gathering for JOHO lovers in conjunction with the JB Art Festival. It is an event from the youth for the youth that uphold the heritage and embrace the culture of Johor. GEGO will be held on July 16, 2010 from 4pm onwards at Bukit Timbalan. Make sure you keep your evening free to come and join us.

Some of the activities that we have planned for the evening are Junk Sale, open mic session, demos of skateboard, BMX and fixie, photo competition and Motard (scrambler) Autoshow. It has been JOHO tradition to entertain you guys with shows from local bands that are guaranteed to rock Bukit Timbalan!

From 5pm till 8pm, you get to see the demos from skateboarders, BMX and fixie riders. You guys are more than welcome to join these guys just as long as you bring your own skateboard and bicycle. We want you to experiment and have fun at GEGO!

You will be entertained by Junk Junkies and KBNL while you shop at the Junk Sale or be entertained by performers from the open-mic session from 6pm to 8pm. You are welcome to perform, just bring your own equipment and blow us away with your talent! The Laughter Yoga Workshop will also take place at 5pm. Feel free to join this unique exercise routine which combines laughter exercises with yoga breathing (Pranayama).

Embrace your culture with the show from Culture Malaysiana that will take place at 8.30pm. At 9.30, we bring you the GEGO live show which will feature renowned local bands such as Plague of Happiness, Redemption, Dewata and Radio Antic. You guys are in for a treat!

You know what is the best part of all of these? GEGO is free! No admittance fee and everyone is welcome so bring along your family and friends. Kita GEGO kan Johor!

For further information, you can contact us at or call us at 07-2210628. You are also welcome to stop by JOHO concept store if you want to meet us in person.

Schedule for GEGO

4pm onwards
- Junk Sales

5pm to 8pm
- Laughter Yoga Workshop
- Open-mic session
- Skateboard demos
- BMX demos
- Fixie demos
- Motard (scrambler) Autoshow

8.30pm to 9.30pm
- Culture Malaysiana

9.30 to finish
- GEGO live shows

The layout for Gego

And for those of you who have no idea where Bukit Timbalan is, here is a map to guide you.


Apa itu GEGO? GEGO ialah slang/tello/style dari JOHOreans yang bermaksud "GEGAR". Seperti acara JOHO sebelum ni,GEGO ialah salah satu approach berunsur "GATHERINGS/T.T/Komunikasi" di kalangan JOHO lovers semua. Ia adalah keramaian yang dianjurkan oleh JOHO dan LOST MALAYA untuk menaikkan semangat patriotism (cara kami) dengan menggabungkan aspek SENI, PENINGGALAN dan BUDAYA di negeri JOHOR. GEGO akan diadakan pada 16hb Julai, 2010 dari jam 4 petang hingga tamat pada tengah malam. Pastikan semua yang terlepas event JOHO sebelum datang menghadirkan diri dan berkenal-kenalan dengan satu sama lain tanpa mengira agama, bangsa, idoelogi politik dan sebagainya. JOM!

Antara aktiviti yang telah di susun pada hari itu nanti adalah Junk Sales (Junk Junkies), open mic session, demo skateboard BMX dan Fixie, pertandingan fotografi dan banyak lagi. Sudah menjadi kebiasaan JOHO untuk mempersembahkan bakat yang rare dari kalangan JOHO lovers pada setiap gatherings yang kami adakan, jadi pastikan tunggu sampai habis.

Dari jam 5pm - 8pm akan diadakan demo dari skaters around Johor yang akan ditempatkan betul-betul depan pintu gerbang Bukit Timbalan, rare kan? Tak cukup dengan skateboard kami juga telah menjemput beberapa team extreme sports yang lain seperti BMX dan juga Fixie.

Jika anda lebih cenderung kepada muzik TURNTABLE, pastikan tak terlepas dengan persembahan dari JUNK JUNKIES dan juga KBNL di kawasan Junk Sales malam itu nanti, mari bershopping sambil update dengan apa yang sudah ada di sekeliling kita. Kemudian korang akan di GEGO kan dengan persembahan live show dari band local seperti Plague of Happiness, Redemption, Dewata, Gadisko and Radio Antic. Kalau korang terlepas memang dedo punya!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Gigs and shows

Pesta Muda Mudi Part 2
When: July 10, 2010
Where: City Plaza, Johor Bahru
Time: 2pm onwards
Tix: Pre-sale RM15/ At the door RM20
Contact: Mat (0177446944)

When: July 16, 2010
Where: Bukit Timbalan, Johor Bahru
Time: 5pm onwards
Entrance fee: FREE

Dredging The Sludge 2010 Tour
When: July 18, 2010
Where: Embrace Hall, Johor Bahru
Time: 2pm onwards
Tix: RM15

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Events: July 2010

Pasir Gudang Municipal Council's Declaration Ceremony
When: June 26 - July 4, 2010
Where: Pasir Gudang
Organizer: Pasir Gudang Municipal Council
Contact: Mdm. Masliana (07-254 7888)

The 7th JB Art Festival
When: June 29 - July 24, 2010
Where: The Car Park, Sultan Ibrahim Buildings, Bukit Timbalan
Organizer: The Johor Society For The Performing Arts (JSPA)
Contact: Miss Suzie Yap (019-7139900)
Admission fee: Free

KH Marketing & Management 1st ECOM 2010
When: July 2 - 4, 2010
Where: Persada Johor
Organizer: KH Marketing & Management

PIKOM PC Fair 2010
When: July 9-11
Where: Persada Johor

When: July 16, 2010
Where: The Car Park, Sultan Ibrahim Buildings, Bukit Timbalan
Organizer: JOHO & Lost Malaya Cafe & Gallery
Contact: JOHO (07-2210628)

MITM Travel Fair 2010
Malaysia International Travel Mart - MITM TRAVEL FAIR 2010
When: July 23 - 25, 2010
Where: Persada Johor

MATTA Travel Fair
When: July 23 - 25, 2010
Where: Danga City Mall
Organizer: MATTA Johor Chapter
Phone: 07-3355370

Ombak Desaru Classic
When: July 24 & 25, 2010
Where: Desaru Gold & Country Club
Organizer: Desaru Resort
Phone: 07-8221101

Promos: July & August 2010

The Star Cheer Leading Competition
When: July 3, 2010
Where: Expo@Danga City Mall
Time: 10am - 3pm

Iskandar Malaysia Open Day
When: July 3&4, 2010
Where: Atrium, Kompleks Pusat Bandar, Pasir Gudang

Johor Mattress Fair '10
When: July 9-11, August
Where: Expo@Danga City Mall

GP Gold Badminton Championship
When: July 14 - 19, 2010
Where: Johor Bahru Indoor Stadium
Organizer: Johor Sport Council, Johor Badminton Association, Badminton Association of Malaysia
Phone: 07-2661698

SIR National Spell-it-right Challenge
When: July 17 & 18, 2010
Where: City Square
Organizer: RHB & New Straits Times

Asian Tennis Junior Championship (Under 14)
When: July 21 - 25, 2010
Where: Taman Perling Tennis Academy
Organizer: Johor Sports Council,Johor Lawn Tennis Association
Phone: 07-2661698

Tug of War Competition (Malaysian Open) 2010
When: July 23 - 25 2010
Where: City Square
Organizer: Johor Bahru City Council

Rope Pull Competition 2010 Malaysian Open
When: July 23 - 25 2010
Where: City Square
Organizer: Johor Bahru City Council
Phone: 07-228 2525

Armwrestling Competition
When: July 24 & 25, 2010
Where: Plaza Kotaraya
Organizer: Larkin Sentral
Phone: 07-2235017

When: August 2 - 5, 2010
Where:Horizon Hill Golf & Country Club, Ponderosa Golf & Country Club & Tanjung Puteri Resort
Organizer: Tourism Malaysia, GCMAM

Asian Judo Competition
When: August 1 -16, 2010
Where: Johor Sport Council & Johor Judo Association
Contact: En Anuar Abu Bakar (judo association) 019-762 6553

Bazaar Ramadhan
When: August 11 - September 9, 2010
Where: Throughout Johor
Organizer: Johor Tourism Department


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