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What’s On in Hong Kong

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Music, Theatre & Dance (including kids theatre), Food & Drink, Art, Comedy, Kids & Family, Shopping & Markets, Health & WellnessOther Events 


Music

Silent Disco Back at Vibes

Vibes, Hong Kong’s premier open-air lounge bar is bringing back their popular silent disco sessions. This exciting new season of live DJ tunes by Cliche Records are enjoyed in chic silence while wearing your favourite neon light glowing headphones.

When:     19 May 2017
Where:    Vibes, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets:  Free Entry, Pre-Sale tickets including drinks from $161.50, Eventbrite

 

Straight Outta Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s first official Rap battle will be presented by Straight Outta Hong Kong, an international brand that believes heavily in the Hip Hop lifestyle and culture and strives to eliminate barriers and carry forward the talent of many elite performers.

When:     20 May 2017
Where:    FLY Hong Kong, Central
Tickets:  $250, Facebook Event

 

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Concert

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Concert

For the first time in Hong Kong, audiences will experience a symphony orchestra performing music to the entire film from the beloved film series.

When:     20 May 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo, Runway 11
Tickets:  From $680, HK Ticketing

 

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra

The first official symphonic concert of Kingdom Hearts is set to enchant the world and will be making a stop in Hong Kong on its international tour. The performance unites the worlds and characters of Final Fantasy and Disney to create a brand new, thrilling mythology. With two major games and many spin-offs, the saga has millions of fans around the world.

When:     21 May 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld Expo, Runway 11
Tickets:  From $480, HK Ticketing

 

Let Them Eat Cake!

Let Them Eat Cake! is a semi-staged concert themed around the life of Queen Marie-Antionette. The concert will include a selection of 18th-century songs including two which were composed by the queen herself. Cake will also be served.

When:     21 May 2017
Where:    Comix Homebase, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $100, Ticketflap

 

Pitbull – Climate Change Tour Live in Hong Kong 2017

Pitbull

Armando Christian Perez, better known as Pitbull is a globally recognized musician, performer, businessman, fashion icon and actor. His newest album, Global Warming: Meltdown  features massive hits such as “Feel This Moment” with Christina Aguilera, “Don’t Stop The Party”, Back In Time” and Billboard #1 hit “Timber” featuring Ke$ha.

When:     29 May 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo
Tickets:  From $688, HK Ticketing

 

20th Anniversary of Hong Kong Women’s Choir

The Hong Kong Women’s Choir is a registered charity comprised of local and international women who Sing for Good Causes and was founded in 1997 by a group of dedicated female singers with a common love of singing and giving back to the community. This spring marks their 20th anniversary celebration. The 20th anniversary Spring season will be filled with an array of exciting concerts, culminating in a “Party at the Market” dinner and concert at the iconic Western Market this June. There will be prizes for best dressed, dinner, dancing and a late night DJ.

When:     2 June 2017
Where:    The Grand Stage, Western Market, Sheung Wan
Tickets:  $900, Event Website

 

Sting – 57th & 9th Tour

Sting

See a musical legend in the flesh as Sting tours his latest 57th & 9th album. He’ll be at the  at the Hong Kong Convention Centre with a 3 piece band and tickets go on sale 13 January.

When:     3 June 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre – Hall 5BC
Tickets:  from $588, on sale 13 January, HK Ticketing

 

Francesca Capetta – Broadway and Jazz – Voice and Piano Concert

Francesca Capetta

The Italian actress and singer will perform a selection of Broadway and Jazz music in celebration of Italian National Day.

When:     5 June 2017
Where:    Youth Square Y-Theatre, Chai Wan
Tickets:  Free event, register Eventbrite

 

Rover

Rover

Rover brings his own brand of music to the Vine Centre this June as he presents his second album Let it Glow.

When:     9 June 2017
Where:    The Vine Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  $380, Ticketflap

 

Sunset Concert 2017

This year’s HKPA Sunset Concert theme is “Curious Cat” which focuses on music exploration and curiosity on the new possibilities.Expect a music performance of a more experimental nature.

When:     10 June 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Tickets:  Free event, Register Eventbrite

 

A Grand Night for Singing

A romantic and family friendly musical revue exploring the various stages of love showcasing the exhilarating music of Richard Rodgers and lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II.

When:     15-17 June 2017
Where:    The Fringe Club, Central
Tickets:  $280, Fringe Club Members $230, Ticketflap

 

The Gig Week

Spend a whole week discovering Hong Kong’s hottest bands. The Gig Week brings you the perfect mix of passionate artists with more guts than labels, the creative vibes of a grassroot platform and the intimacy of the city’s most vibrant local music. Seven days of gigs in seven different venues across the city with seven unique line-ups to support and promote local musicians.

When:     18-24 June 2017
Where:    Various Venues
Tickets:  $688 early bird, $888 regular for a week pass, Ticketflap

 

Ensemble De Caelis


Ensemble De Caelis will present the audience with a unique a capella performance from its album Le Livre d’Alienor.

When:     22 June 2017
Where:    Saint Andrews Church, Kowloon
Tickets:  $350, Ticketflap

 

Bopfest 2017

Hong Kong’s international rockabilly event with DJs from all over the world including Trix ‘O’ Treat from Bangkok and high-energy international group ‘The Triplejacks.’

When:     24-25 June 2017
Where:    Orange Peel Music Lounge, Central
Tickets:  From $290, Ticketflap

 

Britney Spears Live in Hong Kong

Britney Spears

Britney Spears will perform in Hong Kong for one night only this June. Spears is one of the most celebrated entertainers in pop music history and has won countless awards and accolades. The show promises to be one of the hottest of the year.

When:     27 June 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo
Tickets:  From $588, Available on April 24 via HK Ticketing

 

Banks Live in Hong Kong

LA native and Alt-R&B songstress Jillian Rose Banks rose to swift global prominence after releasing two acclaimed EPs in 2013. Her fan base has grown and Banks has furthered her credentials with a release of last year’s LP ‘Altar’. This concert will be Banks’ debut performance in Hong Kong and promises to be an intimate evening with the singer.

When:     13 July 2017
Where:    KITEC Music Zone, Kowloon Bay
Tickets:  $510, Ticketflap

 

Fuji Rock Festival ‘17

This year the renowned Fuji rock festival will feature British favorite Rag ‘n Bone Man, The Amazons, Jamaican artist Chronixx, Train, Nina Kraviz, Bjork and many more artists.

When:     28-30 July 2017
Where:    Naeba Ski Resort, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Tickets:  From 39,000 JPY, Ticketflap

 

Ariana Grande Live in Hong Kong

As a part of her Dangerous Woman tour, celebrating her third full-length album, Ariana Grande is making her first ever performance in Hong Kong.

When:     21 September 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo, Arena
Tickets:  From $888, HK Ticketing

 

Ed Sheeran

The hugely popular star will visit Hong Kong this November. More details to follow.

When:     4-5 November
Where:    TBA
Tickets:    Not yet on sale

 

Shawn Mendes Illuminate World Tour 2017

Multi-platinum singer songwriter and global sensation Shawn Mendes will bring his acclaimed Illuminate World Tour to Hong Kong this Winter. Shawn is touring in support of his second album Illuminate and this will mark his first ever headlining arena tour.

When:     13 December 2017
Where:    AsiaWorld-Expo, Hall 10
Tickets:  $680, HK Ticketing

 
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Theatre & Dance

“All in the Timing” by David Ives and “A Minor Case of Murder” by Paul Johnson

CSR Theatre Company is presenting this double bill of two comedic pieces that explore timing, love, existentialism and wordplay. David Ives’s “All in the Timing” is a show that includes six very different comedy shorts with underlying themes of timing and love. Paul Johnson’s “A Minor Case of Murder” is an original and hysterical piece that examines the question, “Does my story fit the evidence presented here?”

When:     17-20 May 2017
Where:    The Fringe Club, Central
Tickets:  $200; $160 for Fringe club members, Ticketflap

 

An Evening of One Act Plays

HK Players is presenting this double bill of hilarious one-act comedies. In The Virtuous Burglar by Dario Fo, a burglar is discovered when the owner of the flat returns unexpectedly with his mistress. The situation turns to farce when the owner’s wife arrives and the burglar is forced to pretend the mistress is his wife. In Alan Ayckbourn’s A Cut in the Rates, Miss Pickhart visits the illusionist Ratchet on official Town Hall business, and she discovers a sinister secret. It seems one of his magic tricks may have gone horribly wrong!

When:     17-20 May 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Arts Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  $270, Ticketflap

 

West Side Story

West Side Story Hong Kong

West Side Story is one of THE must-see musicals and now a vibrant new production is coming to Hong Kong, following wild acclaim and sold-out seasons around the world, from London, Tokyo and Sydney. Inspired by Shakespeare’s tumultuous love story Romeo and Juliet, and set amidst the vicious rivalry of teenage gangs in 1950s New York, WEST SIDE STORY’s ground-breaking choreography and unforgettable score changed the face of musical theatre for ever when it burst onto the Broadway stage in 1957.|

When:    18 May – 4 June 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre
Tickets:  from $445, HK Ticketing

 

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

Presented by Aurora Theatre, this fast-paced and hilarious tour of William Shakespeare’s works covers 37 of his plays in 97 minutes.

When:     24-27 May 2017
Where:    The Fringe Club, Central
Tickets:  From $215, Ticketflap

 

ArtisTree Opening Season

The new ArtisTree’s month-long opening season programme will feature four productions developed by homegrown and international artists, alongside workshops by professional artists.

When:     9, 17, 24 June 2017
Where:    ArtisTree, Quarry Bay
Tickets:  Free admission, pre-registration required Ticketflap

 

My Fair Lady

Face Productions is presenting the fun-filled classical musical, My Fair Lady. Join Eliza Doolittle on a journey of self-discovery as she practices her ‘p’s and q’s,’ guided by Professor Henry Higgins. With much-loved songs, dialogue and breathtaking costumes, My Fair Lady is a hugely entertaining show for the entire family.

When:     9-11 June 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Tickets:  From $250, HK Ticketing

 

Theatertreffen in Hong Kong 2017

In a collaboration between the Goethe-Institut Hong Kong and West Kowloon, Theatertreffen will give attendees a taste of the work of contemporary European playwrights through these ten productions. Guests will also join discussion sessions with judges that give insight into both the featured works and the future of theatre in Europe.

When:     21-21 July 2017
Where:    McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Tickets:  Free event, Register

 

IAC 2017: Gazillion Bubble Show

A fascinating bubble show with bubbles and more bubbles, mesmerising lights and a laser show finale by the Yang family, holders of 18 Guinness World Records for bubble feats. Two venues in Hong Kong.

When:     26-27, 29-30 July 2017
Where:    Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall, Tseun Wan Town Hall Auditorium
Tickets:  From $140, Urbtix

 

Slava’s Snow Show

Billed as “A caravan of organized chaos, revelry and enchantment that ceaselessly trundles round the world,” this theatrical masterpiece features the most celebrated living clown, Russian pantomime artist Slava Polunin. The show is recommended for children above age 8 years.

When:     1-6 August, 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre
Tickets: From $480, HK Ticketing

 

The Play That Goes Wrong

The Play that Goes Wrong, Hong Kong

An award winning comedy depicting accident-prone thespians battling against all odds to reach  their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences. The play depicts the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society attempt to put on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong does.

When:     19-24 September 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  HK Ticketing

 

Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical

Priscilla Queen of the Desert is a feel good favourite from Broadway and the West End. The award winning show is based on the Oscar-winning hit movie and tells the story of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus named Priscilla, searching for love and friendship, with plenty of funky musical numbers along the way.
When:     29 September-15 October
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre
Tickets:  From $330, HK Ticketing


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Food & Drink

 

World Whisky Day 2017

In conjunction with World Whisky Day, Malt Masters are organizing Hong Kong’s first ever whisky festival. The event will feature all-you-can-drink whisky from around the world as well as a chance to attend a private tasting with a whisky specialist. There will be live music, food and giveaways throughout the evening.

When:     20 May 2017
Where:    Garage Society, Shueng Wan
Tickets:  $350, Ticketflap

 

Uncorked Wednesday

Uncorked Wednesdays

Uncorked Wednesday is a mid-week wine class aimed at introducing France’s best kept wine secrets to Hong Kong. The upcoming class will highlight wines from the Rhone Valley. It is hosted by resident sommelier Guillaume Goutard. Guests will taste six different pours paired with six well thought out tapas to ensure maximum enjoyment with each taste. The classes are held in Comptoir’s secret wine cellar for groups of up to 12 people.

When:     24 May 2017
Where:    Comptoir, Kennedy Town
Tickets:  $458, 2453 9873 or Email

 

Beertopia 2017

This festival celebrates awesome beer alongside rocking music and delicious food. This year’s event will feature a new Cider area, a Beer Geeks area and more.

When:     22-23 September 2017
Where:    Central Harbourfront
Tickets:  Go on sale in July, Event website


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Art

Inventing le Louvre: From Palace to Museum over 800 Years

This show celebrates the world-renowned museum with a brilliant selection of works and masterworks from all of the Louvre’s departments. It explores the history of the Louvre from modern times, marked by renovations and profound changes.

When:     26 April – 24 July 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Tickets:  $20 at door, For more information

 

Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong

With the objective of ‘Affordable’ in mind this Art Fair showcases both local and international galleries along with artworks from emerging and established artists. Organisers have spent the the summer months visiting galleries and exhibitions scouting fun, inspiring and interactive works and special projects to bring to the 2017 fair.

When:     19 – 21 May 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  For more information

 

PhotoVALE

One of Hong Kong’s biggest photography events, PhotoVALE will take place at the rarely seen film studio in Hong Kong where guests can see a photoshoot demonstration with the applications of a wide range of professional equipment and try out the latest photographic products by the top brands on the market.

For more information: Event Website

When:     27 May 2017
Where:    Clear Water Bay Film Studio, Sai Kung
Tickets:  $50 ($25 for students), Ticketflap

 

Bhutan Happiness

This photography exhibit will feature photos taken by children from Bhutan, which claims to be the world’s happiest country. The event is sponsored by ANA, a social enterprise with a mission to spread happiness from Bhutan to the world, one scarf at a time. Women artisans in Bhutan make the scarves by hand, which are then sold and the proceeds used to run meaningful community development programs including photography workshops for the children of the artisans. This free exhibit will showcase the young photographer’s’ work.

When:     25 June 2017
Where:    DrawGraphy, Kennedy Town
For more information:  Event Website

 

On Sharks and Humanity

The 5th edition of this art exhibition brings together contemporary artists in a powerful exhibition demonstrating the relationship between art and society. The exhibit strives to raise awareness and end the practice of shark finning.

When:     From 28 June
Where:    Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Central Pier
TIckets:  $30 at the door, Event website


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Comedy

Punchline Comedy Presents – Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Punchline Comedy Club

The Punchline Comedy Club’s hugely popular improvisational show is returning this May. Inspired by the TV series of the same name which has long been a big hit in the US and the UK. It will star five hit comedians who promise to deliver comedy gold.

When:     18 May 2017
Where:   Kerry Hotel, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon
Tickets:  From $290, Ticketflap

 

Russell Howard Round the World Live in Hong Kong

Russell Howard

Popular British comedian, Russell Howard is visiting Hong Kong as a part of his biggest tour yet, the 2017 Round the World tour.

When:     27 May 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Baptist University, Academic Community Hall
Tickets:  From $488, HK Ticketing

 

Finals of the 11th Annual HK International Comedy Competition

Claiming to be the best comedy competition in Asia, the Finals of the 11th annual Hong Kong International Comedy Competition will feature some of the best acts in Hong Kong as they battle it out for a top prize of $40,000 and a comedy tour in the US.

When:     4 November 2017
Where:    Cyberport Conference and Exhibition Centre, Pokfulam
Tickets:  $350, Ticketflap

 

Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour

The biggest British comedian in recent years, Michael McIntyre is performing in Hong Kong for just one night on his new world tour. He’s just come off of a two-year sabbatical and the show promises to deliver plenty of new material and hilarity.

When:     27 November 2017
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $488, HK Ticketing


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Kids & Family

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

A family friendly stage performance of the picture book written and illustrated by Judith Kerr. The story has been adapted for the stage with songs and lyrics by David Wood.

When:     2-4 June 2017
Where:    Drama Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts
Tickets:  From $195 HK Ticketing

 

Guess How Much I Love You

This playful show based on the classic, best-selling children’s book will unfold on stage through puppets, live music and interactive play for children aged 3 and up along with their families.

When:     20-22 October 2017
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Drama Theatre
Tickets:  From $195, HK Ticketing

 

Father Christmas

This heartwarming and family friendly adaptation of the popular children’s book by Raymond Briggs. The engaging show is the perfect introduction to theater for young children and there is no minimum age.

When:     1-2 December 2017
Where:     The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre
Tickets:  From $435, HK Ticketing


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Shopping & Markets

Sai Kung Sunday Market

Sai Kung Sunday Markets Hong Kong

Sai Kung Sunday Market is a monthly, family friendly shopping event. The market features more than 40 vendors which offer artisanal foods, fine wines, locally farmed organic vegetables, and hand-made apparel and home items.

When:     7 May, 4 June, 2 July 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Academy, Sai Kung
For more information: Website

 

Retykle Pop-Up with Maggie and Rose

Open to the public, customers will for the first time be able to shop Retykle’s 250+ designer brands for children ages 0-8 years old. Ranging from new with tags to gently used, all items will be beautifully displayed and ready for purchase at up to 90% off original price.

When:     9-10 June 2017
Where:  Maggie and Rose, The Pulse, Repulse Bay
For more information:  Website 

 

Italian Market 2017


This 5th edition of the Italian Market will feature more than 30 vendors selling handcrafted items as well as Italian gelato, pizza, pasta, focaccia, olive oil and a wide choice of wine and beers.

When:     10-11 June 2017
Where:    Cyberport – The Arcade
Tickets:  $50, Free for Italian Chambers’ members, Facebook Event

 

4th [email protected] Bazaar

This ‘for the mums by the mums’ shopping event combines the usual elements of a bazaar with the social aspect of networking over coffee or lunch at the vibrant Mexican cantina location.

When:     14 June 2017
Where:    El Charro, Cyberport
For more information: Website


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Health & Wellness

The Crayon Run

The Crayon Run is a one-of-a-kind charity race. There is no fixed fee to join, and kids must run with their parents. All funds raised from the event go to sick children at the Society for the Relief of Disabled Children. There are four age categories ranging from toddlers up through teenagers and their parents.

When:     20 May 2017
Where:    Tai Pak Beach, Discovery Bay
For more information:  Event Website

 

Silent Disco Zumba & Yoga

These classes are hosted by Corinne and Holly from the Yoga Room. You can relax and workout distraction-free with music and teacher instructions relayed through wireless illuminated disco headsets.

When:     4 June 2017
Where:    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park
Tickets:  From $161.50, Eventbrite

 

Legion Run HK

Legion Run

Legion Run features 20+ obstacles of mud, fire, ice and barbed wire held in several countries around the globe. The events are designed to challenge your physical and mental limits and make memories with friends and families.

When:     11 June, 2017
Where:    Mui Wo
Tickets:  From $580 Ticketflap


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Other Events

Le French May Arts Festival

Le French May Arts Festival is one of Asia’s largest cultural events. The festival has more than 150 programmes spread across two months. Programmes range from a variety of art forms and mediums including painting, dance, cinema, music and much much more.

For more information: Website

When:    May-June 2017
Where:    Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Sheung Wan Civic Centre
Tickets:  Prices vary by event, tickets available on Ticketflap

 

Le French May by the Harbour

An open-air party celebrating Le French May’s Silver Jubilee featuring musical and urban art entertainment including live bands, visual arts and a variety of performances as well as French food and wine.

When:     18-21 May 2017
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets:  Free event, for more information

 

HK Soccer Sevens

HK Soccer 7s

HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens is a world-class, seven-a-side football tournament held over three days in May at the Football Club in Happy Valley.

Follow the Facebook Page to be the first to know when tickets go on sale

When:    26-28 May 2017
Where:    Hong Kong Football Club, Happy Valley
For more info:  Website

 

Book Exhibition: A Traditional Taste

This public, free event celebrates the launch of A Traditional Taste, a coffee table book documenting the restaurants, recipes and faces that make up Hong Kong’s dining culture. The exhibition will showcase the books and several short films. Proceeds will go towards the charity Feeding Hong Kong.

When:     26-27 May 2017
Where:    Space 27, Tsat Tsz Mui, North Point
Tickets:  Free event

 

Kindergartens Festival 2017

This mega kindergarten event is the perfect platform for young parents to discover and explore opportunities for education for their children of playgroup, pre-nursery and kindergarten schooling age. The platform will showcase a vast range of highly sought-after kindergartens of both local and international education streams.

When:     27 May 2017
Where:    Cordis Hotel Hong Kong, Mongkok
Tickets:  Free event, RSVP Eventbrite

 

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2017

This festival, also known as the Tueng Ng Festival is one of the favorites among the Chinese festivals celebrated in the territory. The festival is most well known for it’s energetic and colorful dragon boat races where teams of paddlers race the long narrow boats accompanied by the beat of the drum down to the finish line. Several boat races will occur around the city on the weekend of May 28-30.

28 May 2017:

Discovery Bay Boat Races and Carnival, @  Discovery Bay Plaza, Lantau Island

30 May 2017:

SunLife Stanley International Boat Dragon Boat Championships @ Stanley Main Beach
Water Parade in Tai O’s Dragon Boat Festival, @   Tai O waterfront
Aberdeen Dragon Boat Festival, @  Aberdeen  Promenade
Cheung Chau Dragon Boat Festival, @ Cheung Chau Typhoon Shelter
Saikung Dragon Boat Festival, @ Saikung Town Waterfront
Sha Tin Dragon Boat Races, @ Shing Mun River

 

E-1 World Championship Knock Out Fight

World-class fighters will vie for the championship at this event that combines Muaythai, K1 and MMA fighting.

When:     31 May 2017
Where:    Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre, Star Hall
Tickets:  From $300, HK Ticketing

 

Virtuosity 2017

The annual charity fashion show, Virtuosity will feature fashion lines from student designers and local Hong Kong designers, as well as music and dance performances. The event aims to feature Hong Kong’s youth talents while supporting a charitable cause. All proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to help with the healthcare of those affected in war-torn regions and developing countries.

For more information: Facebook Event

When:     3 June 2017
Where:    Campfire Creative, 5/F Remex Centre, 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Tickets:  $500 VIP, $200 Regular, Ticketing

 

W Hong Kong Summer Series Pool Parties and After-Parties

W Hong Kong’s summer series pool parties are back. They are launching their 2017 season with a new theme, Las Vegas. The parties will feature casino-inspired games in and by the iconic rooftop pool along with neon lights, luxurious cocktails and live performances. Then their after-parties featuring hot local DJs will run from 11pm on at the WOOBAR.

When:     3, 24 June, 15 July, 5, 26 August 2017
Where:    WET Pool, W Hong Kong
Tickets:  From $380, Ticketflap

 

The Summer Ceilidh

This annual event celebrates Scottish culture through food, drink and music. Open to dancers of any experience level, the event draws a diverse crowd for a fun night of great food, free-flow drinks and endless dancing.

When:     16-17 June 2017
Where:    Aberdeen Marina Club, Aberdeen
Tickets:  $1,400, Ticketflap

 

2017 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

F1 Racing Singapore

Formula 1 returns to Singapore’s Marina Bay Street Circuit for its tenth year this September. Book now and join the crowds watching speeding vehicles passing the beautiful Singaporean skyline and take in all the sights, sounds and festivities surrounding the event.

When:     15-17 September 2017
Where:     Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
Tickets:  From $248 Ticketflap

 

The Great Hong Kong Cleanup Day

The Great Hong Kong Cleanup is in it’s 17th year and is focused on the ambitious goal of cleaning up Hong Kong from waste in one massive effort. They intend to create the world’s largest environmental volunteer event of its kind. Individuals and teams can register for a cleanup site on the event website.

For More Information: Facebook Event

When:     23 September 2017
Where:    Various locations
Tickets:  From $150, Register Here


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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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