2 September, 2021
September Events & Weekend Activities In Hong Kong
September Events & Weekend Activities In Hong Kong
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Top Hong Kong Events & Weekend Activities For Your Diary This September

2 September, 2021
September Events & Weekend Activities In Hong Kong

Get your calendars ready, we’ve rounded up the best September events in Hong Kong for the weekend and beyond, including charity cocktails, Mid-Autumn bazaars and more…

Wondering what to do this weekend? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best events in Hong Kong to add to your calendar, including Mid-Autumn bazaars, charity cocktails, roving exhibitions and more. Scroll through for what to do around town this September.

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September Hong Kong Events: Yoga Breakfast Club

The Yoga Breakfast Club at Kerry Hotel

Kerry Hotel has partnered with yoga instructors Tavia Jiang and Karina Curlewis to help you kickstart your weekend with an hour of mindful yoga practice and a hearty breakfast. Taking place on the outdoor lawn of Lobby Lounge, embrace all things zen, all while soaking in that stunning Victoria Harbour backdrop.

When: Saturday, 4 September to Sunday, 5 September, 9am to 10am (1st session) or 10:15am to 11:15am (2nd session)
Where: Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom, Hong Kong
How much: $400 (inclusive of one yoga session and a la carte breakfast with a drink) – book here

Read more: The Best Yoga Studios And Classes In Hong Kong


Common Area Pop-Up

New collaborative platform and pop-up concept Common Area brings together niche brands, artisans and creatives, all under one roof for a shopping experience like no other. Don’t miss out on the amazing deals, and be sure to check out the creative workshops in store, including floral art, candle making workshops and more.

When: Monday, 6 September, 2pm to 8:30pm; Tuesday, 7 September to Saturday, 11 September, 10:30am to 8:30pm; Sunday, 12 September, 10:30am to 6:30pm
Where: 36 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

September Events Hong Kong: JW Marriott Luxury Wedding Showcase


JW Marriott Luxury Wedding Showcase

Calling all newlyweds-to-be! For wedding inspo aplenty, get yourself to JW Marriott’s annual Luxury Wedding Showcase, where you can meet with prestigious wedding professionals (including the hotel’s event experts), for on-site consultations to make your dream wedding come true. Be sure to also take full advantage of the on-day exclusive offers while you’re there!

When: Sunday, 12 September, 12pm to 6pm
Where: Level 3, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry – RSVP here


Sustainable Plant-Based Market

Fivelements Habitats’ monthly Farmer’s Market is evolving into a Sustainable Plant-Based Market, featuring more local, sustainable and plant-based small businesses in addition to its regular partner, Farmhouse Production. Expect to find locally crafted chocolate from Cacao, artisan tempeh from Tempeholasmall-batch, plant-based dairy alternatives from Garden Hill, and more. Don’t forget to bring your own reusable shopping bags.

When: Thursday, 16 September, 11am to 5pm
Where: Fivelements Habitats, Level 13A, Tower 1, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

Read more: 7 Ways To Live A More Sustainable Lifestyle

September Events Hong Kong: SPOTLIGHT


Tai Kwun’s all-new performing arts season titled SPOTLIGHT begins this month, showcasing six newly commissioned works. Highlights include LauZone, a Hong Kong-style comedic cabaret; The Happy Family, a concert based on an original novel and score which tells the story of a middle-class Hong Kong family; and theatrical production The Inner Études, which takes on an intimate site-specific journey beginning with a piece of granite found near Prison Wall. You can also enjoy a number of free public workshops and performances by Unlock Dancing Plaza.

When: Thursday, 16 September to Sunday, 17 October
Where: Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: From $280 – book here

Clockenflap Presents: Long Time No See

Clockenflap Presents, the live music series from the team behind Hong Kong’s biggest annual music festival, has announced its return with Long Time No See. The all-day show will feature an eclectic lineup of local talent, including the likes of veteran rapper YellowPeril, indie rockers Charming Way, and a full-band set from singer-songwriter cehryl.

When: Saturday, 18 September, 3pm to 11pm
Where: MacPherson Stadium, 38 Nelson Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
How much: $480 – book here

Kinship Pajama Party Brunch

Kinship Pajama Party Brunch

Kinship launches the first edition of its pajama party brunch this September, joining forces with a number of our favourite girl boss brands, including LUÜNA naturals, Stella Moon Intimates, Calmed & Co. and more. Roll up to the slumber party-themed event in your comfiest loungewear and indulge in a decadent three-course sharing-style brunch menu, made exclusively for the event, and drinks (because is it even brunch without some booze?). Guests can also enjoy the interactive photo booth and take home a goody bag worth $600.

When: Sunday, 26 September, two sessions from 12pm to 4pm
Where: Kinship, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $468 (+$298 fo two hours free-flow CBD cocktails, wine, cava, spirit house pours and beer; +398 for all that and champagne). Call 2520 0899 to reserve your spot now.


Awareness for Afghanistan

Bringing awareness to Women for Women International‘s powerful initiative to provide emergency support and protection for displaced women of Afghanistan, The Daily Tot is teaming up with newly launched cocktail bar Zzura, former Zuma bar manager Princebir Singh and Tell Camellia’s Gagan Gurung, to create a special negroni cocktail menu to raise funds for the charity. For each cocktail sold, $10 will go towards the Women for Women foundation. We’ll raise a glass to that!

When: Wednesday, 29 September, 7pm onwards
Where: The Daily Tot, Shop E, G/F, Felicity Building, 58 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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September Events Hong Kong: Golden Autumn Lumiere

Temple Mall Mid-Autumn Special: Golden Autumn Lumiere & Mid-Autumn Bazaar

Looking for something to get you in the Mid-Autumn mood? Don’t miss the 3.5 metre-tall Golden Autumn Lumiere interactive lantern installation at Temple Mall, featuring a mirror-floored room full of lanterns that change colour with your movements. In addition, the concurrent Mid-Autumn Bazaar will bring to the table close to 100 flavours of mooncakes, including Earl Grey Tea Custard Mooncake, Vegan Snowy Mooncake, Taiwanese Taro Mooncake, 70% Pure Musang King Durian-filing Snowy Mooncake, to name but a few.

When: Until Monday, 4 October
Where: Temple Mall, 136 Lung Cheung Road, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry


Heritage Fiesta cum Roving Exhibition 2021

Running until Sunday, 31 October, The Heritage Fiesta presents free guided tours of 11 government revitalisation projects (including Tai O Heritage Hotel, PMQ and Viva Blue House), offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Meanwhile, the Roving Exhibition, which will be ongoing until December, sees the opening up of various historic buildings and exhibition venues for the public to visit during opening hours. Head here for a full list of the participating venues and schedule.

When: Until Friday, 31 December
Where: Various government venues, shopping malls, museums and public libraries
How much: Free entry

September Hong Kong Events: OneSky Annual Charity Hike

OneSky 10th Annual Charity Hike

Join the #OneSkyHikingHeroes community and help to collectively hike a total of 10,000km in order to raise $500,000 in support of vulnerable children and families across Asia. You have until 13 November to hike when and wherever you like to raise funds and unlock special prizes along the way, including OneSky T-shirts, coupons and more.

When: Until Saturday, 13 November
How much: From $250 per person – RSVP here

Read more: Hikes You Need To Do Before Leaving Hong Kong

Hong Kong Tattoo Show 2021

Continuing its mission to promote local tattoo culture to the public, Freedom Tattoo HK presents the Hong Kong Tattoo Show 2021 which features a diverse tattoo art style from different tattooists offering on-site inking service. A tattoo competition will be held on the last day of the show where tattooists can demonstrate their skills and creativity.

When: Friday, 24 September to Sunday, 26 September, 10am to 10pm
Where: 222 & 223, 2/F, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $150 – book here

September Events Hong Kong: TKO Spot Field

TKO Spot-field

Check out TKO Spot mall’s newly revamped outdoor space which has been transformed into the city’s largest rooftop sports space featuring four sports zones. Make a beeline for Speed Avenue for a smooth surface to skate on or head to Sea of Balls to try your hand at some fun ball games. The Stretching Ring features an array of flexibility equipment to help you stretch and the Fun Camp has plenty of picnic tables and tents where you can take a breather.

When: Open daily, 11am to 6pm
Where: 3/F, TKO Spot, 2 Tong Ming Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry



“A Moment in Time” Exhibition

Spotlighting the true unsung heroes of the home we call Hong Kong through his art, Alvin C.K. Lam is proud to present his first solo exhibition in the historical neighbourhood of Shing Wong Street, Sheung Wan.

Featuring birdcage makers, cardboard collectors and alleyway barbers, the exhibition will showcase his full collection of nostalgic works to date titled “Unsung Stories, Unsung Heroes, and a new miniseries titled”Tales of a Ladder Street” – painted on location at the exhibition’s venue.

When: Until Saturday, 11 September, Friday to Sunday, 12pm to 6pm
Where: 17 Shing Wong Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong (next to Common Ground Cafe)
How much: Free entry

Read more: Must-See Hong Kong Art Exhibitions

Head here for more upcoming events in Hong Kong.


Hero image courtesy of Kerry Hotel via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Kerry Hotel via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of JW Marriott, image 3 Tai Kwun via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Kinship, image 5 courtesy of Temple Mall, image 6 courtesy of OneSky, image 7 courtesy of TKO Spot-field.

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