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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.
Rula Live has launched their amazing line-up of local bands for July and leading into August too. All events are free entry each weekend so make sure you do check out one of the talented local bands Hong Kong has to offer!
The festival has now decided not to go ahead with 2020 and plan for next year, 26th to 28th November 2021.
We cannot wait for the artist update as it is always one of our favourite events to attend each year.
Open Space a new online concept channel created by Hans Ebert, Creative and Marketing Advisor of Happy Wednesday, The Hong Kong Jockey Club will be coming soon to Hong Kong.
The first Rotten Head Craft Beer and Music Festival planned for 2019 was unfortunately postponed, but great news is that they now have confirmed new dates and a new location than planned in 2019.
Rotten Head will be now taking place at the AIA Vitality Park at The Hong Kong Observation Wheel on 18th, 19th and 20th September 2020.
Sadly Yungblud, who was scheduled to perform a shows in Hong Kong this month at the now closed This Town Needs venue has been cancelled. Please find the official statement below.
HYUKOH 2020 ASIA TOUR - HONG KONG which was meant to happening in Hong Kong next month has now had its date changed to the 1st July at Star Hall, Kitec. Details about this new date are all below!
The organisers message: 'We regret to announce that HYUKOH 2020 ASIA TOUR - HONG KONG on March 25, 2020 at Star Hall, KITEC has been postponed to July 1, 2020'.
Originally scheduled for the 20th March, the Green Day Concert has now been postponed. The following is a statement from the band:
'We have unfortunately made the difficult decision to postpone our upcoming shows in Asia due to the health + travel concerns with coronavirus. We know it sucks, as we were looking forward to seeing you all, but hold on to your tickets we’ll be announcing the new dates very soon'.
Even though there has been quite a lot of events that have unfortunately cancelled due to the virus being in Hong Kong, there are still quite a few great shows to be excited for.
Unfortunately, as the coronavirus outbreak is happening all over the world. Sonar HK will be postponed to a later date.
All the tickets remain valid for the rescheduled date (to be confirmed). If you insist to get a refund, Sonar will give a full refund on the selling price paid from purchasing on the official ticketing channel.
Ticketflap will be in touch with every purchaser for the refund process. And it will be completed within 8 weeks upon your request.
For the time being, please stay tuned for the upcoming dates of Sonar HK.
In the meantime you can always check out the photos from last year by CLICKING HERE.