Here you will find articles on local nightlife news for Hong Kong. If you would like to submit any news to this section please get in touch.
Love Da Records is putting together a Hong Kong electronica compilation and is hunting down submissions from both "already in the scene" and "bedroom" DJ's. The submission needs to be in by the beginning of February as they are looking to do a spring CD release.
There are no royalities, as Love-Da-Records, is probabaly looking at just breaking even after production costs, but it is a great opportunity to get yourself heard by the masses!
Contact JP or Yin at Love-Da-Records for more information:
As you can see from the site we have just done a mass revamp. We have cleaned up all sections, added a few and have applied all of your comments that you have sent in over the last few months. The major section that we have added is the VIP one, which includes a few competitions.
We hope you like what we have done, just about anything you want to find out about Hong Kong's Nightlife and Clubbing scene you sound find here.
The promoters who brought you the Rockit Festival in 2003 and 2004 are organising a weekend of live music and DJs in order to raise funds for the victims of the earthquake & tsunami that hit Asia last month.
Adam Freeland, David Lam, 45 King (Eminem/ Jay Z producer) and Hernan Cattaneo will kick of 2005's party scene in Hong Kong.
Big names on the live music curcuit too have already been set for Hong Kong in the new year, including live acts such as Sting, REM, Norah Jones, Diana Krall & K.D. Lang.
All fo us at HKClubbing.com would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We hope you all have a crazy holiday (if your lucky enough to get one) and see you all in 2005!
Tomorrow the site and HKEntertainment.com will have a slight revamp so watch out for that!
After working in the Entertainment and Hospitality industry for the last 12 years in the UK and Hong Kong from all sides I have picked up plenty of experience on how to promote events that work. Being press, promoter and a member of the general public you get to see all angles of organising an event that most promoters themselves donât get to see.