What’s on this weekend…
Rain, dark clouds, impending typhoons… the forecast is a broken record! But like always, we’re not letting the dreary weather get us down nor steal our thunder when it comes to our lineup of awesome weekend events! Get your hands on a pair of ZoukOut Live tickets, dance in the rain on a free-flow junk and of course, celebrate everything we love about our city with fireworks and stellar views as we ring in National Day…
Music lovers, rejoice! Hong Kong is killing it with yet another night that’s set to rival raves to come. One of Asia’s most renowned dance festivals, ZoukOut, is collaborating with the Formula E Hong Kong ePrix to bring you some epic live performances from some of our favourite Hip Hop and R&B artists: Ne-Yo, Nelly and DJ Nicky Romero. Plus, we’re giving two lucky readers the chance to snap up two pairs of tickets each to the party, simply click below for deets!
When: Friday, 7 October, 5.30-10.30pm
Where: Emotion Club, Hong Kong FIA Formula E Event Space, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: General Admission tickets from $1,780 can be bought here.
With the weather finally cooling down, we can’t wait for the next series of Rooftop Cinema to begin! And this weekend Hushup Events is kicking it all off with 80s cult classics, Labyrinth & Sick to my Bones. So grab yourself a Peroni, get cosy and enjoy an easy, breezy evening set amongst the city’s beautiful skyline.
When: Sunday, 2 October, 7.30pm-10pm
Where: Shore, 139, Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $200 including free Peroni with your food order, reserve your seat here!
We’re clinging on to the last of the summer months and quickly getting in our end of season quota of barbecues and beach hangouts! Wind down after a long work week and set up around the pool with good eats and a crisp glass of Château de l’Escarelle Rosé. Rain or shine – we’ll be at the barbecue, plates loaded.
When: Friday, 30 September, 6-11pm
Where: Conrad Hotel E Resort Hong Kong, Pacific Place, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
How much: $270 (plus 10% service charge) including an all-you-can-eat barbecue and 1 glass of Château de l’Escarelle Rosé! RSVP by sending an email to valentin@vinesandterroirs.
Junk season is coming to an end (boo!) but we’ll be making one last splash this Sunday and saying goodbye to to summer in style! With the promise of live music, free-flowing booze, all-you-can-eat Mexican munch and of course… floats shaped like unicorns and lemon wedges, we’re not throwing in the towel just yet!
When: Sunday, 2 October, 10-6pm
Where: Meet at Central Ferry Pier 10, Hong Kong
How much: $650 inclusive of an all-you-can-eat buffet and free-flow drinks – sign up here!
Ring in National Day with bubbles and a bang! We can’t for the sky to light up for Hong Kong as we celebrate everything we love about the 852. Whether you’re spending the evening cuddled up with a generous glass of your favourite tipple, or heading out to catch the display, there are plenty of places to watch the fireworks… and Hong Kong tends to go ALL OUT on fireworks. If you’re looking for a little elegance combined with amazing views, aqua is all set for the occasion with unrivalled views of the harbour, DJs on the decks and delicious canapés.
When: Saturday, 1 October, 7.30pm onward
Where: aqua, 29/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $488, inclusive of 2 drinks and a selection of canapés! Grab tickets here.
We’re waving our rainbow flags and getting ready to paint the town as Pink Season kicks off this weekend! From arts and culture to sports and adventure, Asia’s largest LGBTI festival is celebrating openness, acceptance and love, starting with an awesome launch party that’ll have you shaking it on the dance floor. Enjoy great drinks and make the most of Friday!
When: Friday, 30 September, 7-10pm
Where: Circo, 22/F, Oliv, 15 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
How much: $200 inclusive of one drink, automatic entry to the lucky draw and a free gift! Tickets can be bought here! All proceeds will go to support Pink Season.
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