Wondering what to do this weekend? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Win tickets to see a performance at the India by the Bay festival or clear your wardrobe out for a good cause! If you’re in the mood for even more culture then why not rock out with indie band Belle and Sebastian? It’s all here in our Weekender!
Looking for the perfect way to spend a Sunday? Why not pop over to Grana’s street party in Sheung Wan? We love Grana’s affordable, high quality clothing (especially the gorgeous silk tanks!) so we were over the moon to hear about their new pop-up shop on Po Yan Street, open until 22 February from 10am to 8pm daily. This weekend, help Grana celebrate the 30-day pop-up in style by chowing down on some delicious burgers from The Butchers Club (they’ll be arriving at 12pm – just in time for lunch!) and chilling out in the neighbourhood. This is a great chance to get up close and personal with Grana’s fine fabrics and try on their latest collection of wardrobe essentials as you meet and mingle with the creative community of Sheung Wan. And if you can’t make it, then you can always shop online for these goodies! See you there Sassy girls…
When: Sunday, 8 February, 12-6pm
Where: 6 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Free to attend the street party! Burgers will cost from $150-$180 and Grana clothing ranges from $94-$350.
Dance the night away
If you’re in the mood for a bit of culture, check out Gilles Chuyen’s performance as part of India by the Bay, a festival of Indian performing arts. You’ll be mesmerised by the skilful and graceful movements of the dancers as they tell a story of violence and separation.
We’re giving away a pair of tickets worth $300 to watch Gilles Chuyen in action at Asia Society Hong Kong Center. Click here or on the button below for a chance to win!
When: Friday, 13 February, 7pm
Where: Asia Society Hong Kong Centre, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets are $300 and available by registering here. Or you could try your luck and enter our giveaway to win a pair of tickets here.
Cleaning out my closet
It’s time to clear out your closet for a good cause! The9thMuse and Foodlink Foundation are hosting a clothing drive this weekend. Simply bag (and label) your clothes and they’ll deliver it to Salvation Army. The jewellery boutique is also donating 10% of all items bought in store to Foodlink Foundation. Join them for the kick-off party tonight where you could win exclusive vouchers, accessories and more! RSVP to email@example.com. See you there!
When: The kick-off party is tonight, Friday, 6 February and the clothing drive runs until Sunday, 8 February. Purchase any item at The9thMuse this weekend and 10% of all the proceeds will go to Foodlink.
Where: The9thMuse, Unit 1204, 12/F, One Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Tonight’s kick-off party is free, but don’t forget to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and all we want to do is sit at home and eat chocolate! If you’re looking to switch it up and improve your dating game, why not check out The Flying Winemaker’s Top12 Tasting to help you get over your first date nerves. Choosing the wine at the start of your date can make or break the rest of the evening, so Eddie McDougall (the Flying Winemaker himself!) will be on hand to school you. We had such a great time at our internal Tongue Explorer event, so we’re sure you’ll have a good time with Eddie too!
When: Saturday, 7 February, 4-6pm
Where: The Flying Winemaker HQ, 6/F, Yu Yuet Lai Building, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets are $200 and available here.
Belles and whistles
Indie darlings Belle and Sebastian are hitting the stage at Asia World Expo on Tuesday! You’ll hear live renditions from their new album ‘Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance’, which was out in January. This is one classic band you’ll surely want to catch live for an evening of chilled out tunes. Get our tickets quick before the sell out…
When: Tuesday, 10 February, 8pm
Where: AsiaWorld-Expo, Asia World Summit, Lantau, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets are $760 and available from www.hkticketing.com or by calling 3128 8288.
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