What’s On In Hong Kong

Hong Kong's most comprehensive guide to what's on over the coming months. We've done all the legwork and found these events that we know you'll love!

What's on in Hong Kong

Let us inspire you with our pick of what’s on and things to do in Hong Kong. Click to jump straight to the category you’re most interested in.

MusicShopping, Theatre & Dance, Food & Drink, Comedy Health & WellnessNightlife, Sports, Movie Openings, ArtOther Events 

Find our pick of family-friendly events in this post.

**All event details are correct to the best of our knowledge, but please check with event organisers directly in case of last-minute cancellations or postponements**


Music

Avril Lavigne – Head Above Water World Tour

Avril Lavigne

Pop rock icon and global recording superstar Avril Lavigne will stop in Hong Kong on her highly anticipated ‘Head Above Water’ tour.

When:     9 February 2021
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo, Lantau
Tickets:  From $488, HK Ticketing

 

Green Day Live in Hong Kong

Green Day

Well known American rock band Green Day will perform live in Hong Kong. This performance was originally scheduled for 20 March 2020.

When:     19 March 2021
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo, Lantau
Tickets:  From $588, HK Ticketing

 

Sunset Rollercoaster

Sunset Rollercoaster

Taiwanese adult-rock gem 落日飛車 Sunset Rollercoaster will return Hong Kong with their first headline show (and the biggest yet) in three years at Macpherson Stadium.

When:     22 April 2021
Where:    MacPherson Stadium, Mong Kok
For more information:  Facebook

 

Free Music Livestreams

Closeup of guitar

Missing live music? Live Nation is running free livestream performances with a number of hot bands as a part of their Live From Home prgoram.

When:     Ongoing during shutdowns
Where:    Online
For more information:  Live Nation

 

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Find all the best events for children and families in our awesome Kids & Family What’s On Guide.

activities & events for families in Hong Kong

 


Shopping & Markets

Organic Farmer’s Market

Farmers Market

Adam Ho, owner of the organic Yuen Long located “Fresh Angel Farm” is back to entertain Fivelements Habitat Organic Farmer’s Market.

When:     17 January 2021
Where:    Fivelements Habitats, Causeway Bay
For more information:  Eventbrite


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Theatre & Dance

Secret Theatre Projects: Redemption Room

Redemption Room is a new live online experience where the audience gets to judge six disgraced celebrities as they seek redemption for their societal crimes. The experience will go live across the world in a Zoom studio featuring contestants from six major cities, including Hong Kong.

When:     Select Dates from 25 February – 13 March 2021
Where:    Online
Tickets:  $158 SGD, Ticketflap

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Comedy

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Health & Wellness

DIY Workshop: Chemical Free Beauty Products

Chemical free beauty products
In this COVID_safe workshop, you’ll learn how to make wellness tea, coffee scrub, tea toner, makeup remover pads and night cream without using chemicals.

When:     17 January 2021
Where:    Africa Coffee & Tea
Tickets:  $450, Eventbrite

 

Mindfulness Meditation: Wednesday Pause

Wednesday Pause

Take a break during the week and join in on a mindfulness meditation via Zoom.

When:     20, 27 January, 3, 10, 17, 24 February 2021
Where:    Online via Zoom
Tickets:  Free, Eventibrite

 

Fundamental of Twisting & Hip Opening with Gandhi

Fundamentals of Twisting yoga

This class will focus on all sorts of twists and hip opening movements. Two sessions offered.

When:     23 or 24 January 2021
Where:    The Yoga Room, Sheung Wan
Tickets:  $550, Eventbrite

 

Spartan Hong Kong

Spartan HK

Spartan is returning to the city’s event calendar with several events including the first ever Spartan Trail event in Hong Kong and the city’s first stand-alone Spartan Kid’s Race.

When:    Rescheduled for 20 March 2021
Where:    Tai Po
For more information:  Event Website


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Food & Drink

Homemade Sushi-Making Class

Homemade sushi making class

Learn all about the basics and tricks you need to know in order to make sushi at home to enjoy with family and friends.

When:     19, 29 January, 3 March, 2021
Where:    FoodCraft, Kennedy Town
Tickets:  From $680, Eventbrite

 

Women of Wine Festival 2021

Women of Wine Festival will fall on International Women’s Day this year and will make for a wonderful way to celebrate. There will be more than 100 global wines made by women and a programme of wine and lifestyle activities.

When:     4 March 2021
Where:    HKEX Connect Hall, Central
For more information:  Facebook

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Nightlife

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Sports


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Movies Opening in Hong Kong This Week

Check out these film releases that are opening this week at theatres around Hong Kong, visit the Hong Kong Movie app to get more information and show times.

Movie theaters in Hong Kong are temporarily closed 

 

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Other Events

African Dance Workshop

African Dance Workshop

Come challenge your view of the world while building up your rhythm through African dance.

When:     17 January 2021
Where:    Africa Center, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets:  Free, Eventbrite

 

Online Workshop: Brush Lettering for Beginners

Brush lettering for beginners

Learn how to create calligraphy style lettering with brush pens. This 2-session brush lettering workshop will cover lowercase and uppercase alphabets. Appropriate for ages 8 and up.

When:     23-24 January 2021
Where:    Online via Zoom
For more information:  Facebook

 

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Virtually HKMOA

Enjoy art at home with a range of programming from the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Browse their website for pamphlets, audio guides, multimedia programs of their exhibitions and more.

For more information:  HKMoA Website


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If you have an event you think HK HUB readers would love, email [email protected] to request a free listing in our What’s On Guide.


Find all the best events for children and families in our awesome Kids & Family What’s On Guide.

activities & events for families in Hong Kong


Melanie Grosjean is a full-time mommy and part-time writer who left the U.S. for Asia several years ago and never looked back. Nowadays, she spends as much time traveling with her husband and toddler as possible. When she isn’t on the road or squeezed into economy class, you can find her sipping an iced latte or blogging at www.adventurefamilylife.com.


 

 

 


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