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Sadly international artist concerts in Hong Kong are not having much luck to go ahead since the end of 2019 and Green Day rescheduled for March 2021 is now one of them that has been cancelled.
The Billie Eilish ‘Where Do We Go?’ World Tour in Hong Kong has sadly been cancelled. The show which has sold out would have been for sure a great event for Hong Kong. Hopefully she can come to the city one day and perform for us.
Looking to have a Year’s Eve event or looking for entertainment this year?
Lots of great shows coming to Rula Live this November and December with something happening every week leading up to New Year's Eve!
Sit back, relax and let FREQUENCY take you on a musical journey.
The first Thursday of every month (the next being on Thursday 3rd December). Come to Lambda Lounge and enjoy an evening with the enigmatic Janaia Farrell and guests.
The Grounds at located AIA Vitality Park (next to the Hong Kong Observation Wheel) has now opened and Hong Kong’s first purpose-built venue to accommodate strict COVID-19 rules and regulations in the city, bringing a social distancing experience.
The AFL Grand Final 2020 will be broadcasting LIVE at Rula Live on the big screens this Saturday, 24th October 2020! Offering a great deal of just HK$500 standard drinks OPEN BAR, from 3.30pm to 8.30pm (5 hours)
The game will start at 4.30pm. Sausage Sizzlers will also be served at HK$30 each!
For those that forgot to purchase a t-shirt or even other merchandise from past Clockenflap festivals, here is your chance to get your hands on a variety of different items. T-shirts with the full line-up for some of our favourite years as well as the picnic blanket caught our eye.
New Year’s Eve & Halloween Events & Entertainment by Entertaining Asia.
Looking to have a Halloween or New Year’s Eve event or looking for entertainment this year?
Some of the first industries and individuals that have had to start pausing their work and businesses since 2019, were public event organisers, artists, as well as live music venues in Hong Kong.