This summer, Beer We Go and This Town Needs are coming together to host the first craft beer and indie music festival in Hong Kong. You can fully immerse yourself in the great music of 10 independent music entities from Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong while enjoying free flow beers poured by more than a dozen amazing local breweries. The festival will be held over 4 sessions spreading over July 20th – 21st. While each session will feature a different genre of music, each brewery will be pouring their amazing brews that best suit the different music genres. It will be the first time for many of these bands and breweries to put on a show in Hong Kong and tickets have just gone on sale via Ticketflap.

The Tunes: Musician Lineup

20 July (13:00 – 17:00) – Indie Pop: Mary See The Future + MUKZ 木子與島嶼樂隊

Indie Pop Session: Mary See the Future + Mukzi and Island

20 July (18:00 – 22:00) – Hip Hop/R&B: STUTS + Raw Track x Bad-Rulex Fam + Dusty Bottle

STUTS + Raw Track + Dusty Bottle @ Beer We Go

21 July (13:00 – 17:00) – Electronic/Alt Rock/Shoegaze: Jade Eyes + Twisterella + Jonathan Yang

Jade Eyes + Twisterella + Jonathan Yang

21 July (18:00 – 22:00) – Lo-fi/Electronic Rock: PAELLAS + NI.NE.MO + Mutant Monster

Paellas + NI NE MO + Mutant Monster

The Brews: Participating Breweries

Carbon Brews
Cigar City Brewing
DevilCraft Brewery
Heretic Brewing Company
Heroes Brewing Company
FrauGruber Craft Brewing
Lord Hobo Brewing Co
Three Weavers Brewing Company
臺虎精釀 Taihu Brewing
Wild Beer Co.
To Øl
Stone Brewing
Oskar Blues Brewery
Coedo Brewery

See also
LKF Summer Beat Music Festival 2023: Street Festival In Lan Kwai Fong With 100+ Beers & Live Music, From July 29-30


When:     20-21 July 2019
Where:    This Town Needs, Yau Tong
Tickets:  From $480 for one session, Ticketflap

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