29 April, 2016
What's On HK

WEEKENDER: Female Entrepreneurial Day, Cinco De Mayo and more

29 April, 2016

What’s on this Weekend…


Okay, who pressed fast-forward? Because seriously, where has April gone? With the long weekend ahead, we’re looking forward to doing what us Hong Kongers do best – milk it for all its worth! And with Cinco de Mayo on the horizon (hello margaritas, our old friend), we aren’t slowing down for a second…

female entrepreneurs day hong kong

Girl Power

We’re all about female empowerment here at Sassy (if you haven’t noticed) so we’re super excited to check out Female Entrepreneurs Day! With the main aim to promote female entrepreneurship and broaden access to a ton of resources and support, the day will see new generations, business elite and corporate leaders from all over the world come together in a day full of guest speakers (look out for the heads of Google!) and above all, inspiration. We’re also giving three lucky Sassy readers one ultimate #girlpower ticket each, simply click the button below to enter!


When: Saturday, 7 May, 9.30am – 6pm
Where: Cyberport 3, Core F Cyberport Road, Hong Kong
How much: Book yourself in for just a morning or afternoon session at $470, or attend the entire day for $810. Grab your ticket here!


Tiki Time

Mahalo Tiki Lounge is throwing a dance party and YOU’RE invited. Grab a lei and join J-Motion Dance Academy‘s star Tahitian dancer, Leonie Gallardo, for a fun day of tropical cocktails and hip-shaking!

When: Saturday, 1 May & Sunday, 2 May, 3pm- 11pm
Where: Mahalo Tiki Lounge, 29/F Queens Road East Plaza, 202 Queens Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: $250 inclusive of one free drink. Book in here!


Standing on the Rooftops

Summer is coming girls, and with that comes the launch of a brand new event concept by BottlesXO! Join them on the roof of their office for wine, beats and burritos from Little Burro. Get involved in the summer series and download your ticket using the free BottlesXO app (available on both iPhone and Android), and bag yourself a sweet goodie bag full of surprises, including a voucher for FREE WINE! 

When: Saturday, 7 May, 7pm onwards
Where: Hing Tai Commercial Building, 11/F, Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry! Don’t forget to download the BottlesXO app for iPhone and Android before you head over.


Cinco de Mayo!

We’re gearing up for a series of serious Mexican fiestas, as some of our favourite restaurants and night spots celebrate Cinco de Mayo! A parade of colour, culture and rich Mexican history, we celebrate the dead with some of the best bashes in the 852. Be sure to check out Lily & Bloom together with Little Burro as their head chef whips up a culinary storm in a night of feasting and dancing, or head over to Brickhouse and take a swing at their prize-filled piñata and eat your fill of tacos! Browse Chino‘s special Mexican menu and then step it up a notch at Caliente and scoff (no judgement) more $10 tacos and drink your fill of $20 margaritas, before making your way to Boujis for tequila, tequila and you guessed it, more tequila! Trust us, the hangover will be totally worth it…

When: Thursday, 5 May
Where: All over town!


Mischief Makers

Roll up, roll up! Beef & Liberty are making a little mischief with their carnival-themed sessions, featuring the best of music, graffiti and street art. Come and check out heaps of different local and international talent in a night of roots, reggae, dub and rare groove!

When: Friday, 29 April, 6-11pm
Where: S109-S113, 1/F, Block A PMQ 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry, with a $40 happy hour all night long!


Seeking Refuge

The struggle that refugees and asylum seekers face on a daily basis is no secret, and although China may have signed the 1951 UN Refugee Convention, Hong Kong is yet to play its part. Join HK Community Connect and Amnesty International for an informative talk hosted by special guest speakers and educate yourself on world issues, and gain a greater insight into the terrible war zone conditions that many refugees are currently fleeing from.

When: Friday, 29 April, 7pm-9.30pm
Where: Orange Peel, 2/F, 38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free to attend

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