Filipino singer-songwriter Juram Gavero delights crowds with an energetic blend of smoky, soulful vocals and guitar-driven acoustic rock. The Filipino native plays mostly rock 'n' roll classics, but like every good musician, he is well-versed in the standards of other genres as well. He is comfortable playing everything from Johnny Cash to Metallica. Shows start at 8 p.m. No cover. Read More.
Spawned by the 1920s folkloric Son Cubano, which fuses Spanish guitar with African rhythm and translates literally as 'Sound of Cuba', Salsa dancing swept the globe within a decade. And, like the sauce from which it derives its name, it remains one of the spiciest today. "Salsa is quite an intimidating dance," says Jimmy Campbell, the Salsa Explosion host. "It's very sensual; very exciting. There's a lot of energy around it. It's not like modern dance, where people don't even look at each other and there's no passion." Dancing starts at 8:30 p.m. No cover.
The Ukes of Hazard is not your typical ukulele act. To begin with, the duo's music has a psychedelic feel to it. And there's nothing typical about the band's shows, either, so it's anybody's guess what will unfold when the Ukes take to the stage for their Christmas gig Dec 17. "So far there has not been a typical show. To be frank, many people have asked us 'What exactly IS a Psycho-Ukulele Xmas?'," reflects James Speck, who forms one half of the duo with Dylan Walker. "All I can say: That is what we will all find out together on Dec 17 at FCC".
The biggest party of the year with the country's best DJ crew, CP5 Agency, and Special Guest DJ Gang. The FCC and CP5 team up for this year's famous FCC New Years Eve party, an annual ritual with a reputation as Phnom Penh's wildest place to be when the midnight hour chimes. The drink of the night is champagne. The theme is bubbly. And the night promises to sparkle.