This month at The FCC.
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Warapo is the house band at the famous Caraville Hotel in Saigon. Founded in 1998 in Santa Clara, Cuba, the four-man, two-woman Cuban fusion band play radio-friendly Latin rhythms steeped in the Cuban tradition. Warapo won the title "Best Amateur Band" in November 1998 at the 14th Artist College Festival in Holguín, and with their second album, "Tengo Nada," the band garnered four nominations at the 2008 Cuban Disco Awards, Cuba's most prestigious music awards. Saturday at 9 p.m. Sunday at 6 p.m. No cover.
Family fun & games. The FCC Phnom Penh starts Bastille Day celebrations early with a family friendly Fireman's Ball on Saturday July 10th. Games for kids, BBQ, and lots of French wine and beer on hand. No cover.
Folk singer Patrick Mercier revels in the anti-establishment attitudes of the 1970s era protest movement. Born in 1965 in Renne, France, Mercier was influenced at a young age in the early 1970s by the protest songs and anti-war ballads that were popular in those days. Along with standards from his day, Mercier also plays more contemporary styles. But in the meandering narratives of his set lists, his innate, child-of-the-70s irreverence remains steadfast. Show starts at 7:00 p.m. No cover.
Dj Illest and Marc Anthony heat up the night at the hippest Phnom Penh early hours spot -- The Chow Rooftop. Chill out under the stars, sample some of Chow's famous cocktails and kick it to the latest sounds from the capital's hottest deejays. From 7 to 11:30 p.m. No cover.