Clockenflap has added more than 30 artists to its line-up, bringing the total number of acts who will take the stage during the three-day festival to more than 90. US hip-hop legends De La Soul, rising British singer-songwriter superstar Tom Grennan, and Thai alt-rockers Tilly Birds are among the new additions to the line-up, as well as South Korean DJ and Korean super girl group New Jeans’ producer 250, New Zealand indie-rockers The Beths.
Here is the list of the new international, regional and local acts that will perform on each day of the festival, which will take place at Central Harbourfront from December 1-3:
|Friday, December 1||Saturday, December 2||Sunday, December 3|
|Uchu Yurei||Whizz||The Red Stripes All Ska Orchestra|
|Idiotape||Tones and I||Tilly Birds|
|Kofi Beam||De La Soul||Tom Grennan|
|Souk Le Soleil||Prep||Derek Dali|
|Bad Bambino||mansonvibes||Jason Kui with special guest |
|Barnaby Bruce||The Beths|
|Steve Yau B2B Steve Ellul||XSGACHA|
|Daryll Griggs & Ubby-Ibby||Changa|
|Vibaholics AKA Roy Malig|
|DJ Kulu B2B Suiki Lor|
The other new artists for the festival include Neneneko, C.M.S, UPO, 2Hz Resonance, Fumi, ALN Visuals, and T-Sun. Currently, single-day tickets for Saturday and Sunday are still available for adults (HK$1,280) and children aged between 3 and 17 years old (HK$880). Children under three years old can attend the festival for free.
In September, the festival organisers announced the first line-up of the artists who will perform at Clockenflap, including the headliners for all three days: J-pop superduo Yoasobi, Britpop legends PULP, and rising Japanese superstar Joji. The festival will have six stages — Harbourflap, Orbit, Tommy, Electriq, Robot, and Topper — where the artists will play during each day of the event. Here are the highlights of Clockenflap 2023:
Header image credits: De La Soul and Tom Grennan via Facebook, 250 via Instagram