The Best Things to do This Week: 6 September 2019

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 6 September 2019!

6 September 2019 Best of What's On

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 6 September 2019. Want more? Check out our comprehensive what’s on guide with full listings for the months ahead here and our family-friendly what’s on guide here.

The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad

Scottish post punk craftsmen The Twilight Sad will perform their debut Hong Kong show as a part of the Clockenflap Presents series of concerts.

When:     6 September 2019
Where:    This Town Needs, Yau Tong
Tickets:  $350, Ticketflap

 

Discovery Bay Sunday Market

Discovery Bay Sunday Market

The popular outdoor market is back. Shop for handmade crafts, hand-crafted soaps, jewellery, clothing and sample delicious foods (plus some home with you), while supporting local businesses.

When:      8 September 2019 – 9 February 2020
Where:     Discovery Bay
For more information: Event Website

 

Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnivals

Lantern Carnivals

Every year Victoria Park and other parks across Hong Kong come alive for the Mid-Autumn festival with tons of stalls and lanterns decorating the entire area. September 13 will be the Carnival Night while Youth Night will be held on the 12th. From 11-15 September there will also be a special Exhibition on Traditional Craftsmanship of Lantern Making held at Victoria Park.

When:     11-15 September 2019
Where:    Victoria Park, Sha Tin Park and Tseun Wan Park
For more information:  LCSD Website

 

Beach Games

Beach Games

During this event, parents can relax on the beach while Minisport HK’s coaches entertain children (3-9 years) with a range of Minisport beach party games.

When:     7 September 2019
Where:    Repulse Bay Beach
For more information:  Facebook

Find more fun, family-friend events in this roundup!

 

Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance

Tai Hang Fire Dragon

This event has been held for more than 100 years and is now an important part of Hong Kong’s Mid-Autumn festivities.

When:     12-14 September 2019
Where:   Tai Hang, Causeway Bay and on to Victoria Park on 13 September
For more information:  LCSD Website

 

National Dance Company Wales

National Dance Company Wales

After headlining ArtisTree’s Opening Season in 2017, National Dance Company Wales returns with two new works: Revellers’ Mass by Caroline Finn, which reinterprets iconic paintings with spellbinding movements and Tundra by Marcos Morau – a graphical modern take on Russian folk dance.

When:     5-6, 12 September 2019
Where:    ArtisTree, Quarry Bay
Tickets:  $222, Ticketflap

 

Pok Fu Lam Fire Dragon Dance

On the evening of Mid-Autumn Festival, the small village of Pok Fu Lam will stage its own Fire Dragon Dance as it has for decades. dozens of athletic men dance with the fire dragon on a parade that runs through the streets and lanes of the village to pray for well-being and peace.

When:     13 September 2019
Where:     Pok Fu Lam Village
For more information:  LCSD Website

 

Madagascar the Musical

Madagascar the Musical

Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and those hilarious plotting penguins as they bound on to the stage in this musical adventure based on the smash hit DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar.

When:     12-15 September 2019
Where:    Lyric Theatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  $395, HK Ticketing

 

Vita Bergen

Vita Bergen

With over 100 gigs on the European indie music scene, the melodic, explosive, adrenalin-filled, pop-oriented Vita Bergen has made the journey from the underground scene to the main festival stages of Europe and is now set to perform in Hong Kong.

When:     11 September 2019
Where:    Terrible Baby, Eaton HK
Tickets:  $180, Ticketflap

 

H-Kore’s Free Community Yoga Events

Community Yoga Event

This Autumn, H-Kore is running a series of complimentary Community Yoga Flow and Meditation classes. The 60-minute classes will run fortnightly on Wednesdays after office hours and will be led by H-Kore’s resident yoga teachers.

When:     11, 25 September, 9 October 2019 (Further dates TBD)
Where:    Taikoo Park, Quarry Bay
For more information:  Event Website

 

Faust’s Free Trial Drama Workshops

Faust Free workshops

Faust International Youth Theatre is hosting free trial workshops for newcomers ages 3-`6 who would like to try out drama and/or Faust’s wonderful world of theatre and creativity.

When:     7 September 2019
Where:    Faust Studios, Sheung Wan and Island School, Tai Wai
For more information:  Event Website

 

Olivia Dawn

Olivia Dawn

A skilled DJ, producer and violinist in her own right, Olivia’s innocently quirky, wild yet elegant musical style covers a wide sonic range from disco to house to pulsing techno.

When:     7 September 2019
Where:    Ophelia, Wan Chai
For more information:  Eventbrite

 

E.sperimenti gdo Dance Company – Hopera Dance Performance

Esperimenti gdo Dance company

E.sperimenti gdo Dance Company is a group of excellent dancers of great experience known both in Italy and abroad. They will perform Hopera, a poetic and dreamlike journey in the famous arias and melodies of the Italian and European Bel Canto.

When:     11 September 2019
Where:    Jockey Club Auditorium,  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom
Tickets:  Free, Register on Eventbrite

 

From the Jam

From the Jam

Bruce Foxton’s thumping bass lines exploded onto London’s live music scene in the punk explosion of summer of 1976 as part of The Jam. He’ll be performing live with his new group as a part of the Spirit of ‘77 series of music events.

When:     12 September 2019
Where:    This Town Needs, Yau Tong
Tickets:  From $490, Ticketflap

 

Mid-Autumn Meet theDesk

TheDesk Strand 50

theDesk is opening a new co-working space in Sheung Wan! To celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival they have prepared some fun activities including pilates, yoga and a wine evening to show off their new space.

To find out more about theDesk Strand 50, check out this article

When:     9-12 September 2019
Where:    theDesk Strand 50, Sheung Wan
For more information:  theDesk Website

 

Carnaval Brunch

Carnaval Brunch

Inspired by the world’s biggest and brightest festival, Carnaval do Rio, Uma Nota will unveil an explosive brunch event that transports guests to a Blocos street party in the heart of Rio de Janiero. With banging beats, free-flowing caipirinhas and a Brazilian street food feast, brunch-goers can expect a fully immersive and fun Saturday brunch experience.

When:     7 September 2019
Where:    Uma Nota, Central
Tickets:  $850, Facebook 

 

Hong Kong as F*CK: A Comedy Game Show

Garron Chiu

Winner of the 2018 HK International Comedy Competition Garron Chiu and a rotating cast of ecclectic guests brings to you a game show like no other.

When:     8 September 2019
Where:    7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai
Tickets:  $250, Ticketflap

 

Want to find more events around Hong Kong? Check out our complete what’s on guide here.

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