Converse CONS Project KL happening tomorrow!

Converse CONS Project KL Malaysia 2014 flyer

Converse Malaysia presents CONS Project Kuala Lumpur 2014 to inspire the youth, offers skateboarding, art & music workshops before a gig to rock through the night

Venue: Wakalab @ NSTP Bangsar KL | Date: 20 Sept. 2014 | Time: 10am – late


Converse’s CONS Project is a global community project designed to inspire the next generation of creative spirits through music, art, style and sport. CONS Project is the global initiative by Converse that has hosted series of free creative workshop in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto and Boston, collaborating with experts in the world of SKATE, ART and MUSIC. In Kuala Lumpur, its very own CONS Project will be held from 10am to 10pm at WakaLab, Media Prima Digital, located at Jalan Riong Bangsar this coming Sept 20th 2014.

Cons Project Kuala Lumpur offers invaluable interactive workshops for youth ranging from skateboarding, basic music skills, video production, graffiti art and more. The DIY workshops will be hosted by key opinion leaders from the skate, music and art scene in Malaysia, all relating to the theme of Converse CONS. Among the names are veteran skateboarder Joe Ipoh, skate videographer Mariss Khan, renowned punk rock band Subculture, Kudut (Azender’s Drummer), District (part of Malaysian graffiti collective) as well as Converse CONS sponsored skaters.

Apart from workshops there will be a skateboarding jam and games to be held during the first half of the event, along with mini gig performances by local independent acts such as Azure For Janne, Instake, Maddthelin and I-Revival. Nervedeless, winners of Converse Get Loud from Converse Malaysia’s 2013 Music Tour and Online Campaign, will also be rocking the crowd during Converse CONS Project Kuala Lumpur.

Attendees are able to collect their tickets at all Converse‘s boutiques or register online at For more information check out

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