The Best Things to do This Week: 10 January 2020

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 10 January 2020!

10 January 2020 Best things to do this week

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 10 January 2020. 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.

Of Monsters And Men – Fever Dream Tour

Monsters and Men

Icelandic pop band Of Monsters And Men recently released their long awaited brand new album “Fever Dream” and they’ve gone on tour to celebrate it.

When:     14 January 2020
Where:    MacPherson Stadium, Mongkok
Tickets:  From $550, Facebook


Tong Chong Street Market

Tong Chong Street Market

Tong Chong Street Market has grown to become the go-to place for gourmet street food. Now they’re bringing the popular foodie festival to the weekdays with a new focus on healthy, organic flavours this January and February.

When:     2 January – 28 February 2020
Where:   One Taikoo Place
For more information: Taikoo Place Website


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 take some home with you), while supporting local businesses.

When:      12 January, 9 February, 8 March, 19 April, 10 May, 14 June 2020
Where:     Discovery Bay
For more information: Event Website


Company Wayne McGregor – Autobiography

Wayne McGregor Autobiography

Inspired by the sequencing of McGregor’s own genome, Autobiography is performed by 10 dancers to a genre-defining soundscape by electronic musician Jlin and offers a mesmerizing reflection on the fractured, multilayered nature of our lives and personal stories.

When:     10-12 January 2020
Where:    The Box, Freespace, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
Tickets:  From $300, Event Website


The Aftermath 1st Year Party

The Aftermath Bar

The Aftermath Bar is turning one year old! They will showcase all their great entertainment with two hours of free beer between 7-8pm and 10-11pm.

When:     11 January 2020
Where:    The Aftermath Bar, Central
For more information:  Facebook


The Great Circus of Europe


The Great Circus of Europe will return for its third year to unearth a new range of never-seen-before acts under the Big Top at the Carnival. This fantastic family show is sure to become the talk of the town and will leave you gaping in disbelief as you witness awe-inspiring and death-defying acts mixed with a touch of comedy and laughter. There’s a 2-for-1 ticket offer from 2 to 24 January.

When:     12 December 2019 – 16 February 2020
Where:    Central Harbourfront
Tickets:  From $200, Event Website


Yin Yoga with Julie Dixon

Yin Yoga Class

Registered Yoga Trainer Julie Dixon will lead this Yin Yoga class designed to help you detox and harmonise the energy centres of the liver during the winter months.

When:     13 January 2020
Where:    Banyan Workspace, Quarry Bay
Tickets:  $220, Facebook


Ocean Park Conservation Day

Ocean Park Conservation Day

Ocean Park will celebrate 25 years of wildlife conservation efforts at their annual conservation day. The event will let visitors learn more about the local biodiversity and understand the urgency of conserving endangered species through a slew of pop-up activities spotlighting horseshoe crabs.

When:     11-12 Janaury 2020
Where:    Applause Pavilion, Ocean Park Hong Kong
For more information:  Event Website


The Donut Musical Adventure with Acoufunkture

donut playouse K11

Music-loving kids can join Donut as they embark on a New Year adventure in this interactive concert with Acoufunkture, a musical group that combines acoustic and funk styles. With a series of uplifting Chinese New Year tunes performed alongside original works, kids will love this interactive concert where they can play simple instruments.

When:     11 & 18 January 2020
Where:    Donut Playhouse, K11 MUSEA
For more information:  K11 MUSEA

Find more great kid-friendly events here!


Hong Kong Corporate 7s

Hong Kong Corporate 7s

Corporate 7s is back and is bigger and better than ever. there will be plenty of activities to keep your whole family entertained for the day, not forgetting the most anticipated tournament, Tag Corporate 7s.

When:     12 January 2020
Where:    So Kon Po Recreation Ground
Tickets:  Free entry, Facebook


The AIA Carnival

AIA Carnival

THE AIA Carnival is Hong Kong’s not-to-be-missed traditional European Carnival with a futuristic modern twist. New thrilling rides will be making their debut, complemented by exciting games with adorable prizes, a wide range of irresistible carnival treats, and fun photo ops, promising to bring you the most memorable carnival experience.

When:     12 December 2019 – 16 February 2020
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
For more information:  Event Website


Open Air Film Club: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Grand Budapest Hotel

Open Air Film Club is back at The Hive Central for the new year! Join them on their outdoor terrace for drinks, snacks and a screening of legendary director Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’

When:     17 January 2020
Where:    The Hive, Central
Tickets:  $50 for Hive members, $80 for non-members, Facebook


Kitesurf for a Cleaner Ocean Euduro Fundraising Challenge

Kitesurfing fundraiser

Come on out to learn about one of the fastest-growing sports, kitesurfing, while witnessing the kitesurfers do the challenge to raise funds for a better ocean!

When:     12 January 2020
Where:    Long Coast Seasports, Lower Cheung Sha Beach, Lantau Island
For more information:  Facebook


Beare’s Premiere Music Festival 2020

Beare's Music Festival

35 world class chamber musicians will be in town for two weeks of music-making including 6 ticketed concerts and 10 free outreach events.

When:     8-16 January 2020
Where:    Various venues
For more information:  Event Website



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

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