Free Things To Do In July

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Auxidize On the Beach

American DJ Fire Aux is back to host another Auxidize party – this time he’ll be taking over Cobra Beach Club. There will be an excellent lineup of DJs, performances and scrumptious snacks courtesy of the spicy boys from Spice Market.

The first ever line of Auxidise merch will also be available for purchase on the day, with proceeds going towards supporting the Black Lives Matter movement in the US and the homeless in Hong Kong.

When: Saturday, 4 July, 2pm to 11pm
Where: The Cobra Beach Club, Silvermine Beach, Mui Wo, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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Open Mic Poetry!

Channel your inner Emily Dickinson and perform your poems, or simply listen to others recite their rhymes. Peel Street Poetry will also be holding its regular poetry workshop from 7pm (open mic starts at 8pm). Plus, enjoy 2-4-1 drinks until 9pm.

When: Wednesday, 8 July, 8pm to 11pm
Where: Social Room, 3/F, Won Hing Building, 74-78 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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Meet The Crafters

The Hive is hosting its annual Meet The Crafters event, filling its marketplace with the city’s most talented artisans and crafters. This is your chance to meet them and join a workshop or two in which you can learn their craft.

When: Saturday, 11 July, 11am to 5pm
Where: The Hive, 10/F, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong
How much: Free admission, RSVP here

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99 Bottles Turns Three!

99 Bottles is celebrating its third birthday with a massive party and loads of free drinks – 999 to be exact! If you were there last year you’ll know to get there early before the booze runs out. Expect to see bottles from sponsors Hong Kong Beer Co., 2towns Cider, Seek Out Hard Seltzer and more.

When: Saturday, 25 July, 4pm
Where: 99 Bottles, 59A Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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Vegetarian Food Asia 2020

Browse through a wide variety of green living products from around the world at the city’s largest exhibition of its kind. Featuring brands such as Oatly, Beyond Burger and OmniPork, this is your one-stop source for all things vegetarian and vegan.

When: Friday, 31 July to Sunday, 2 August
Where: Hall 5E, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai Hong Kong
How much: Free admission to the Public Hall, RSVP here

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Look Left Look Right: Historical Signage

Let your eyes guide you through Tai Kwun’s new exhibition Look Left Look Right: Historical Signage, which retraces the compound’s history with a focus on old signs that occupied the walls of the historic Central Police Station until its decommissioning in 2006.

If you’re there on a weekend, you can book in a 20-minute guided tour with a former staff member or expert in signage research and conservation. Take a sneak peek of the exhibition via an interactive Signage Journey before your visit.

When: Until Tuesday, 13 September, 11am-8pm
Where: Parade Ground (outside the Visitor Centre), Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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