What’s on this weekend…
If you haven’t been able to book yourself a weekend abroad this Easter, don’t despair girls, there’s still plenty to do in the 852 over the holidays! Art week is taking over (if you haven’t noticed) so be sure to immerse yourself in all that’s on offer, as well as let loose a little and have a tipple at these cool, club events. You deserve the break!
Art in the heart of LKF!
This week it’s all about the art! If you’ve already hit up Art Central and Art Basel, then make sure not to miss out on these two ‘must-see’ exhibitions in LKF over the next couple of days: Life is Beautiful, a solo exhibition by Mr. Brainwash, and Lies and Light, a solo exhibition by Javier Martin. Mr. Brainwash has become somewhat of a celebrity in recent years (thanks to the likes of Rita Ora letting him throw paint at her white dress during a performance) and we are so excited his solo exhibition is hitting HK. His work sold for five-figure sums at his self-financed debut exhibition opening, so we’re excited to check it out. While you’re in LKF, stop by the stunning solo pop-up show by artist Javier Martin, which showcases artwork spanning 10 years of his career for his first ever solo show in Asia. Lies and Light will feature works from Martin’s Blindness collection, which explores superficial perceptions of what is beautiful and valuable.
Life is Beautiful – Mr. Brainwash
When: Monday, 21 March – Wednesday, 30 March, 6pm-late
Where: LG, 17-22 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Lies and Light – Solo Exhibition by Javier Martin
When: Saturday, 26 March – Saturday, 2 April
Where: Loft 22, 22/F, California Tower, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
With art month in full swing, there’s no lack of things to see and do across the city. From heaps of exhibitions to promotions and events, Art Central is down in the diary as a ‘must attend’ in March. After its great success last year, it’s back and bigger than ever with over 100 exhibits and a massive array of emerging, talented artists and top galleries in Hong Kong and Asia. Head down for a spread of delicious food, unique and fun collaborations with budding designers, and even a yoga session! On top of all that, we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to snap up a pair of VIP tickets, plus a $900 dining voucher to one of Art Central’s restaurants to enjoy a three-course meal! Don’t forget to check out our top picks of the best things to do at Art Central for a little weekend planning inspiration, too.
When: Thursday, 24 March – Saturday, 26 March
Where: Art Central, Central Harbourfront Event Space, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $230, grab your tickets here!
Down the Rabbit Hole
Jackrabbit and Cliché Records are taking you for a trip down the Rabbit Hole. Join them for a night of decadence, decks and DJs. San Soda and Francis Inferno Orchestra will be letting loose with their house beats and bangers.
When: Thursday, 28 March, 8pm
Where: Honi Honi Tiki Cocktail Lounge, 3/F Somptueux Central, 52 Wellington Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: The entry is FREE but the space is limited, don’t wait and RSVP to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Holi Glow Party
Rezonance are spreading the Holi fever with a glow party that’ll undoubtedly get you in high spirits and in the mood for an awesome night out. Grab the glow paint and get splashed with festive and fluorescent colours as you get down to the sounds of DJ Deep and DJ Agni in a mix of electric and Bollywood sounds.
When: Saturday, 2 April, 10.30pm – *They’ve changed the date due to the high response – so get tickets fast!*
Where: Club VIP, No. 18 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $150 inclusive of 1 standard drink.
Easter Southside Market
If you’re looking to celebrate Easter Sunday with a bang, head over to The Butchers Club for their Southside Market Long Lunch. Treat yourself to free-flowing food and booze as you groove to live music and let your competitive streak loose in a series of fun drinking games!
When: Sunday, 27 March, 12-5pm
Where: 16/F, Shui Ki Industrial Building, 18 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
How much: $550, grab tickets here.