The Musicians Foundation is organising The Summer Festival at The Arca in Wong Chuk Hang on July 15, from 3pm till midnight. The main attractions of the indoor event will be 10 live music acts, stalls set up by local artisans, and a silent auction.

Visitors will be treated to the soothing melodies and healing vibes of Body.Nature.Mind, the fusion of acoustic melodies and tap dancing from Acoufunkture, reggae music from General Achlin Achlino & the Captains, and electronic beats from CHANKA.

There will also be a performances by Adrian Fu 符致逸, Cantonese fusion band The Origin, and Japanese-Filipino singer/songwriter KASA, before ShumKing Mansion closes out the festival.

Some of the non-music events include demos by Bollywood dancer Hitesh Amarnani, one-on-one sessions with IFBB Pro title holder Ken Hon who will share body-building tips, and an artwork showcase from Carina.Illustrations.

The festival will also feature a silent auction where attendees can bid on items like a signed acoustic guitar from Nowhere Boys, tickets for the 2023 edition of Clockenflap and the 2024 Rugby Sevens, a special goodie bag from renowned artist Sam Hui, and a one-night stay in the Arca’s Sea Signature Room.

Advance tickets are priced at HK$380 (full-day) and HK$200 (afternoon and evening passes). Full-day walk-in passes are HK$480, while afternoon and evening passes are HK$280.

Header image credits: ShumKing Mansion via Facebook and Body.Nature.Mind via Instagram

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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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