Best of What’s On this Week: 24 August 2018

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 24 August 2018!

What's On This Week 24 August 2018

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 24 August 2018. Want more? Check out our comprehensive what’s on guide with full listings for the months ahead here.

Things to Do in Hong Kong this Week: 24 August 2018

Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival

HK International Reggae Ska Festival Edit

Now in its 4th year, the Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival is bringing some of the world’s finest full size bands, selecters and vibes to the heart of Central for the biggest line up yet!

When:     25 August 2018
Where:    PMQ, Central
Tickets:  $380, Ticketflap


Big Band Night: All That Swing

As a part of the Jazz-Go-Central and Jazz-Go-Fringe projects, Big Band Nights will feature different local jazz big bands performing at Fringe Dairy.

When:     25 August, 27 October 2018
Where:    Fringe Club, Central
Tickets:  Tickets go on sale a month before each event, Event Website


Mira-cle Unicorn Afternoon Tea Party

unicorn cupcakes

Unicorn loving kids will be heaven at this rainbow and unicorn tea party at the Mira. Expect a fantasy ambiance, plenty of photo props and some cute & tasty treats for tea!

When:     25 August 2018
Where:    The Ballroom, The Mira Hotel, TST
Tickets:     starts at $578 per tea set for 2 guests, child +$238, some optional items are available, Eventbrite


Hong Kong Pub Crawl

Hong Kong Pub Crawl

Hong Kong Pub Crawl has been redefining Hong Kong’s nightlife since 2010. Their crawls are famous for off-the-beaten track venues and excellent drink deals, as well as being the best way to meet nightlife enthusiasts from Hong Kong and around the world. Hong Kong Pub Crawl’s signature Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) Crawl in Central runs every Thursday through Hong Kong’s SOHO and LKF bar districts.

When:     30 August 2018 (weekly event every Thursday)
Where:    Lan Kwai Fong
Tickets:  $100, Event Website


Hong Kong Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week

Hong Kong Restaurant Week Summer is here! Enjoy 11 days of culinary experiences at amazing restaurants with amazing prices!

When:     23 August – 2 September 2018
Where:    Various restaurants in Hong Kong
For more information:  Restaurant week website


Think of a Market @ Summerfest

Think of a Market

This is one of Hong Kong’s largest markets featuring brilliant designers from across Asia. It is a collection of innovative design, lifestyle, handicrafts, music, gourmet foods and much more. Hoegaarden will also be on hand to offer refreshing beers, delightful cocktails and delicious Rosée sorbet for guests to keep cool while enjoying live music shows and basking in outdoor fun under the sun.

When:     25 August 2018
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets:  Free, Event Website


Foxy Ladies Night at Ophelia

Superfoxy Ladies Night

Every Wednesday in June, Ophelia is partnering with BloomMe for a pamper and party ladies night with free-flow drinks, free mini spa treatments, live performances, International DJ Miles Slator, Goodie bags, free spa cash and a lucky draw.

When:     Every Wednesday through 20 September 2018
Where:    Ophelia, Wan Chai
Tickets:  Free Event, Facebook Event


100 Faces of Tai Kwun

Faces of Tai Kwun

Showcasing the stories of 100 people who are related to the Central Police Station compound (CPS compound) in different ways, this exhibition reveals the multifold facets of the compound history in an invigorating storytelling approach.

When:     29 May – 2 September 2018
Where:    Duplex studio, Police Headquarters Block (Block 1), Tai Kwun
Tickets:  Free of Charge, Book Tai Kwun Pass Online for smooth entry


I-1 World MuayThai Grand Prix

Fighters from 9 countries will face off in a series of fights with the main event being the WMC I-1 World Super Title Championship.

When:     28 August 2018
Where:    Kowloonbay International Trade and Exhibition Centre, Kowloon
Tickets:  From $250, HK Ticketing



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