10 Events For Your Diary This December

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Moonlit Movies

Hong Kong’s largest outdoor cinema is hitting Central this month! Held across 15 nights, Moonlit Movies will be capturing the spirit of Christmas with everyone’s favourite Hollywood classics, including Home Alone, Moulin Rouge and The Avengers. Indulge in a night of movie magic, set against the majestic backdrop of Victoria Harbour.

When: Wednesday, 27 November to Sunday, 22 December
Where: The Hong Kong Observation Wheel and AIA Vitality Park, 33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $80. See full line up and ticketing information here!

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Hong Kong Dog Rescue: Pulse 2 Fun (P2F)

Join Hong Kong Dog Rescue for a day of “pawtastic” fun! The day will start with the annual fundraising walk for dogs and their owners, this time going from Repulse Bay to Deep Water Bay, before returning to The Pulse for a booth party (featuring over 20 pet-related stalls) and rooftop workshop, complete with a doggy swimming pool. There’ll also be a range of activities, including “Yoga With Your Dogs” (pre-registration essential), “Hydrotherapy For Dogs” and “Dog Ice-Cream Eating Competition”. Head here for all the details!

When: Sunday, 1 December, from 11am
Where: The Pulse, Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
How much: $250 – includes t-shirt and goodie bag for you and your dog. Buy your ticket here!

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Tong Chong Street Market x Young Master Beer

Running right into the New Year, our favourite gourmet food festival, Tong Chong Street Market is hitting Taikoo Place every weekday this month. Throughout December, the market is teaming up with local brewery, Young Master to bring limited edition craft beer infused with coffee. You can also expect some mouth-watering bites from the Beef & Liberty food truck, along with a marketplace of freshly baked foods, seasonal organic fruits, vegetables and more! From January, the focus of the market will shift from beers to healthy and organic flavours, spotlighting vegan produce.

When: Mondays, 2 December to Friday, 20 December, 11:30am to 2:30pm
Where: G/F, One Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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TEDxTinHauWomen: “Bold & Brilliant” Without Apologies

TEDxTinHauWomen is back for another year this month. Alongside a TEDWomen live-stream session and exciting live performances, attendees can look forward to talks from an inspiring line-up of speakers, including planetary scientist Dr. Angélica Anglés, architect and LGBTI activist Gigi Chao and relationship coach Valentina Tudose, to name but a few. This year, the theme is “Bold & Brilliant” Without Apologies, taking its cue from the idea of us all being very different people with varying perspectives and views on the world.

When: Friday, 6 December, 1pm to 7pm
Where: Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $600. Get your tickets here!

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The Gospel Bloc Party at Holy Eats

Holy Eats is turning one this month and is putting on a special birthday bash to celebrate! Taking place from 12pm until late, expect flash tattoos, food and booze all day long, with free beer from 6pm.

When: Saturday, 7 December, from 12pm
Where: 23 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry – flash tattoos from $500

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The Lion King, Hong Kong

Winning over  70 major international theatre awards, The Lion King is coming to the AsiaWorld-Expo this December. Recreating Disney’s much-loved classic film, the live stage performance promises to blow audiences away with its stunning set design, costumes and Oscar-winning soundtrack.

When: Wednesday, 18 December to Sunday, 5 January
Where: AsiaWorld-Expo, Lantau, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets priced at $1,299, $1,099, $899, $699, $599 and $399. Buy yours here!

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The Nutcracker

Back for another festive season, the Hong Kong Ballet will be taking to the stage of the Grand Theatre for a magical performance of The Nutcracker. Sure to get you in the festive spirit, audiences of all ages will be thrilled by this classic Christmas story which sees the Sugar Plum Fairy, Mouse King and Nutcracker Prince come to life.

When: Thursday, 19 to Sunday, 29 December
Where: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets priced at $1,000, $680, $480, $320 and $180. Buy yours here!

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Banksy: Genius or Vandal? - Hong Kong

Following successful stops in Moscow, Madrid and Lisbon, the highly anticipated “Banksy: Genius or Vandal?” finally makes its way to Hong Kong this month. As is customary when it comes to the infamous street artist, this exhibition is not authorised by Banksy, who prefers to protect his anonymity and independence from the system instead. As such, the 70 original works, installations, photographs and sculptures on show have been taken from private art collections across the world. We have a feeling this one will sell out pretty quickly, so make sure to get your tickets now!

When: Wednesday, 20 December to Sunday, 1 March
Where: Portal 6311, Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $180 (weekdays), $210 (weekends and public holidays). Get your ticket here!

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Creamfields Hong Kong 2019

One of the world’s biggest dance music festivalsCreamfields is coming to Hong Kong this month. Over the two-day event, you’ll find top DJs and live musicians from around the world. Now in its third year in Hong Kong, the festival is moving to moving to Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District (its first ever outdoor venue!), with a lineup that includes acts such as DJ Snake, YAko, Will Sparks and more.

When: Saturday, 28 and Sunday, 29 December
Where: West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $1,788 for two-day advance ticket, $988 for one-day special price ticket. Buy yours here!

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New Year's Eve

It’s time to get the Champagne chilled, the biggest night of the year is approaching and, as ever, Hong Kong won’t disappoint when it comes to the huge number of parties and events happening around the city. Stay tuned for our roundup of the best celebrations here, and make sure to book your tickets fast!

When: Tuesday, 31 December
Where: Events happening all over the city
How much: Prices vary

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