SummerFest has returned to the Hong Kong harbourfront at a new venue — the Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space — and will give visitors free access to a variety of events until July 3, from 2pm onwards. There will be thematic events during the weekends, public holidays, and specific dates during this time, as well as the A-Maze-Ing Harbourfront event and large-scale illuminate! Run Beyond art installation.

There will be a series of family-friendly events such as the Hong Kong Balance Bike Competition and the Studio Acorn Kids 2024 Dance Festival, as well as sports events like the HK Baseball5 and the Wan Chai District Dodgeball Competition 2024. The Fit & Well Festival 2024 will give visitors the chance to participate in outdoor training courses, while the Outdoor Chic Fest will show participants how to integrate the outdoors into their living.

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The schedule of events for SummerFest @ Wan Chai (@ SummerFest HK)

In addition, the Chill. Heal. Harbourfront Creative Festival series of events will have programmes like glamping activities, a concert, magic shows, and workshops. At Connect Fest’24, visitors can enjoy diverse music performances and workshops. There will also be Lanka Fest Hong Kong that will feature a musical show featuring a famous Sri Lankan band along with singing and dance performances, as well as the K-Wave Festa that will bring together the latest K-Pop music, dance performance competitions, and a trendy marketplace.

Once the Wan Chai edition of SummerFest is over, the event will move to the Central Harbourfront Event Space from July to August. For more details, visit the SummerFest website.

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The map showing how visitors can access SummerFest @ Wan Chai (@ Wan Chai Harbourfront Event Space)
See also
The Best Family-Friendly Events And Things To Do With Kids This Month In Hong Kong

Header image credits: SummerFest HK

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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