Let us inspire you with our pick of what’s on and things to do in Hong Kong. Whether you’re looking for something to do this weekend or during the month, we might have great ideas for you.

52nd Hong Kong Arts Festival

52nd hong kong arts festival
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Kicked off on February 22, the annual art festival showcases over 45 programmes by 1,400+ artists, featuring 11 world premieres, five Asian premieres, and three co-productions. This year, HHKAFcontinues its legacy of presenting internationally renowned and multiple-award-winning masters and legends, showcasing an impressive collection of timeless classics re-imagined with a contemporary vision and new aesthetics. The Festival also introduces a fascinating line-up of daring and innovative new works that promise to become canonical works of tomorrow.
The festival also brings the arts into the community through over 350 outreach events, including special events for Young Friends, educational activities for students at primary and secondary schools as well as tertiary institutions, and PLUS events for the public, to enhance audience engagement with the artists and their work. In addition, HKartsFestival@TaiKwun continues to offer a series of cultural activities completely free of charge to the community.

When: Until March 24, 2024 
Where: Across Hong Kong
Tickets: Visit HKAF’s website for more information

M+ at Night

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M+ museum will celebrate Hong Kong Street Culture with an immersive street party, “M+ at Night”, on March 1. From 7pm till late, the party features performances by rapper N.O.L.Y, NYPD band, and Yeti Out, alongside a street dance battle and interactive art installations by Lousy and Igor Chan Chun Hin. Curated by Yeti Out, the event will transform M+ into a lively homage to the city’s streets, complete with music, dance, and creative activities. Open to visitors aged 18 and above only.

When: March 1, 2024 | 7:00pm — 1:00am
Where: M+, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon
Tickets: Ticket at HK$180. Visit Klook for more details

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TodayFit Morning Fit Rave @ Maggie Choo’s

morning Fit Rave @ Maggie Choo’s central
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Join TodayFit for the first-ever Morning Fit Rave party at Maggie Choo’s on March 2. Kickstart your weekend with a rejuvenating Rising Flow yoga session led by the esteemed yoga instructor, Siena T, followed by an electrifying dance party. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet new friends, have engaging conversations, and experience the ultimate combination of fitness and fun!. Make sure you dress to impress in your Active Chic attire.

When: March 2, 2024 | 9:00-10:00am: Rising Flow by Siena | 10:00-1:00pm: Fit Rave Party
Where: G/F, Chinachem Hollywood Centre, Hollywood Road, Central
Tickets: From HK$230. Visit website for more details

 Sean Hebert – The Trashpacker

TakeOut Comedy, the first full-time comedy club in Asia, is excited to host a live comedy album recording from international headliner Sean Hebert on the evenings of March 1 and 2, 2024. Canadian comedian Sean Hebert has brought his unique perspective to fifteen countries over the last decade as a touring headliner, and packs his freewheeling act with memorable stories, eccentric asides, and hard-earned wisdom from the road. Material from his upcoming TakeOut shows will be turned into his first full-length comedy album – entitled The Trashpacker – and will include tall tales and lessons from the nearly two decades he spent backpacking the world.

When: March 1-2, 2024 (9:00 pm – 10:40 pm)
Where: TakeOut Comedy , 34 Elgin St, Central, Hong Kong
Tickets: HK$250 in advance and HK$300 at the door. Buy tickets on Takeoutcomedy.net.

Ocean Park Lunar Fiesta 2024

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This Chinese New Year, Ocean Park unveils immersive attractions like Neon Lights Up Old Hong Kong and All Star Jam, alongside festive activities. Highlights include vibrant drumbeats at Waterfront Plaza with a golden dragon above Fortune Dragon Drums, symbolising a prosperous year. Enjoy traditional performances and limited edition merchandise, including Lion Dancing Panda Plush and Valentine’s Day-themed plushies.

When: Until March 3, 2024
Where: Ocean Park, Aberdeen
Tickets: Visit website for more details

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Happy Wednesday “Women ‘N Art

Happy Wednesday "Women ‘N Art" Happy Valley
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Celebrate Women ‘N Art at Happy Wednesday on February 28 & March 6, 2024, in Hong Kong! Experience a blend of art, music, and culture at Happy Valley Racecourse. Enjoy Instagrammable art, live performances by Ela Alegre, and unique cocktails by Ezra Star. Join us for a tribute to women’s creativity and empowerment. Don’t miss this vibrant homage to art and women!

When: February 28 & March 6, 2024
Where: Happy Valley Racecourse, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley
Tickets: Admission fee at HK$10. Visit website for more details

Art March 2024

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The Hong Kong government will launch the first-ever Art March 2024, a celebration of local and international arts and culture with 14 key events including ComplexCon’s international debut, the Hong Kong Flower Show, Art Central and Art Basel. Highlights include free Star Ferry and tram rides, free ice cream giveaways, the 51-year-old Hong Kong Arts Festival, and Art@Harbour’s vibrant art installations across Victoria Harbour. Art Central will also return, spotlighting avant-garde galleries from Hong Kong and beyond, enriching the city’s cultural landscape.

When: February 20-April 8, 2024
Where: Across Hong Kong
Tickets: Visit website for event line-up

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illuminate! Run Beyond

illuminate run beyond art installation wan chai
©Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space

Opening in March, the brand new Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space will debut with “illuminate! Run Beyond” by Italian artist Angelo Bonello. Managed by Serious Staging, this marks the first Hong Kong showcase of his acclaimed light art, offering a free, immersive experience against Victoria Harbour’s skyline. The installation, known for its dynamic silhouettes of running figures, invites visitors to explore themes of empowerment and imagination amidst the city’s new leisure landmark.

When: Mid-March to Mid-April
Where: The Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space, 3 Hung Hing Road, Wan Chai (near the Wan Chai Pier)
Tickets: Free admission. Visit website for more details

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Rosewood Hong Kong Celebrates 5th Anniversary

rosewood Hong Kong 5th Anniversary front row campaign
© Rosewood Hong Kong

Celebrate Rosewood Hong Kong’s 5th Anniversary with the “Front Row” campaign from 19-30 March. With 3 masterclasses, 10 culinary and beverage collaborations, and 3 exclusive wine dinners, the programme showcases five years of exceptional gastronomy, refined beverages, and world-class hospitality. Highlights include sustainable cooking at Asaya Kitchen, fashion-inspired pastries, authentic Hong Kong flavours, and masterful mixology. Visit Rosewood Hong Kong’s website for programme information and sign-up details.

When: March 19-30, 2024
Where: Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: Visit website for more details

ComplexCon Hong Kong

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ComplexCon Hong Kong is the first edition of the pop culture festival held outside the USA. Graphic artist Verdy, who oversaw Coachella and BLACKPINK’s world tour, will act as the creative director. The event will also see appearances by icons from the world of design, such as Eric Kot, Jeff Staple, and VandyThePink. The first day of the festival will see former Hong Kong film star Edison Chen and his group 3Cornerz take the stage for the first time since they released new music last year. Day 2 of the event will see AOMG artists such as rappers Simon Dominic, GRAY, Loco, Woo Won-Jae, and Coogie perform.  Grammy-winning musician and acclaimed rapper 21 Savage will headline the final day of the festival on March 24. 

When: March 22-24, 2024
Where: Asia World Expo, 1 Airport Expo Blvd, Chek Lap Kok
Tickets: Ticket at HK$780. Visit website for more details

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Art@Harbour 2024

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© Art@Harbour

Art@Harbour 2024 is set to transform Victoria Harbour into an immersive outdoor art exhibition from March 25-June 2, spanning Tamar Park and promenades in Central, Western District, and Tsim Sha Tsui. The event will showcase teamLab’s ‘Continuous’ exhibition, featuring interactive luminous ovoids at Tamar Park and sound-emitting trees. Additionally, the ‘Science in Art’ exhibition will present interactive installations by Dylan Kwok and LAAB Architects, alongside digital art displays and outdoor installations across Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront, enhancing the city’s cultural landscape.

When: March 25-June 2, 2024
Where: Tamar Park, the Central and Western District Promenade, and Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets: Free admission. Visit website for more details

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Hong Kong Snooker All-Star Challenge

hong kong snooker all star challenge 2024
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Join the 2024 Hong Kong Snooker All-Star Challenge this March at Queen Elizabeth Stadium! Witness legends like O’Sullivan and stars Zhuo Linpu, Jack Williams, and others battle for the title. Enjoy thrilling matches, meet your heroes, and experience the excitement of snooker in Hong Kong. Don’t miss this two-day event packed with action and skill. Get ready for unforgettable snooker moments!

When: March 25-26 2024
Where: Queen Elizabeth Stadium (Arena), 18 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai
Tickets: From HK$880. Visit URBTIX for more details

Art Central 

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© Art Central

Art Central returns to Central Harbourfront from March 28-31, 2024, featuring international galleries in a bespoke structure. This year introduces ‘Neo’, spotlighting first-time exhibitors and artists new to the fair. The event extends to 9pm on Day 1 for Night Central, complemented by the return of the dining terrace for visitors to enjoy culinary delights amidst the art festivities.

When: March 28-31, 2024
Where: Central Harbourfront, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central
Tickets: From HK$250. Visit website for more details

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Art Basel

art basel 2024 wan chai
©Art Basel Hong Kong

The city’s largest art fair returns to its full scale in 2024, showcasing 242 galleries from 40 countries at the Convention and Exhibition Centre, during March 28-30, 2024. Over half the exhibitors hail from Asia, highlighting the region’s vibrant art scene. With 68 returning galleries and 25 first-timers, the fair expands by 65 exhibitors. Highlights include a focus on textile, digital art, and historical works, alongside emerging artists and historical presentations from Asia-Pacific, ensuring a rich exploration of contemporary and historical art production.

When: March 28-30, 2024
Where: Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Tickets: From HK$340. Visit website for more details

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Hong Kong Sevens

hong kong sevens rugby tournament
© Hong Kong Sevens

Get ready for three days of action, entertainment and electric energy as one of Hong Kong’s biggest sporting events makes a return to the city. This year, 15 men’s and 15 women’s rugby teams from across the world will compete for a chance to take the title at the last Hong Kong Sevens tournament held at the iconic Hong Kong Stadium. There will also be live music performances by Lolly Talk, DJ James Haskell, The Wailers, and Arnel Pineda and nostalgic callbacks to the tournament’s 30-year history.

When: April 5-7, 2024
Where: Hong Kong Stadium, 55 Eastern Hospital Road, San Son Po
Tickets: From HK$1,950. Buy tickets on Klook.

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