HKWalls 2017 will land this March in Wong Chuk Hang, generously supported by Eicó Paints. As our city's very own annual street art and graffiti festival, the event has an understandably high demand for its main media-- paint. Non-toxic, durable, and sustainable paint is what Eicó has to offer.
With the year of the Rooster just around the corner, the countdown is on for Happy Wednesday. Brace yourself for two full nights of banging beats, live shows, thrilling games, and delicious food! With all these exciting events ahead, it's no doubt January 25 and February 2 will be nights to remember.
Ticketing with hkclubbing.com is very simple:
1) Send us your event artwork/ text or simply your FB event link.
2) Confirm the ticketing price (we charge 11% per ticket sold).
3) Once up we will send our followers on the ticketing system a notification about your event.
4) We only charge if a ticket is sold, so even if you are using another ticketing platform, you can use us and you get to reach more people!
5) Once closed we will send you the names of those that have purchased tickets for you to hand to your venue door.
So email email@example.com to get your event on the site and enables to sell tickets.
On the 6th January we got a really sad email from Christian Rhomberg of Kee Club stating that 'time has not been on our side and we were unexpectedly informed this week that we have to hand back the club premises this January'. That means we only have a couple of weeks left before Kee Club on Wellington Street closes.
It seemed like it was just yesterday when we were at the clubs 15th Anniversary Party (23rd September 2016) having a great time and taking photos.
For most of your life, you may have known churros as the traditional Spanish dessert. Well, things have changed. Joō de Rolls, Hong Kong's first churros house, is now reintroducing the classic treat, but with a twist.