BOP till you drop this weekend, as two major dance events rock Hongkong's night scene. On Saturday Lush 2 dishes out live entertainment and the most happenin' club vibes at DD II on D'Aguilar Street in Lan Kwai Fong. While Sunday sees the hot, new British act East 17 making a guest appearance at Radio Free Hongkong Dance Special's new venue, The Vice, on the 2nd floor of Sung Hung Kai Centre in Wan Chai. The East London lads hold the number one spot in the British album charts with their debut offering, Walthamstow. Tonight: Blues from The Wail at the Amoeba, 9.30pm onwards. Captain Mabullah plays reggae at the Wanch from 10pm. Four-piece hard rock outfit A.W.O.L. at Hardy's in Lan Kwai Fong, 10pm. Catch the dance band Connections down at the Big Apple, Luard Road, from 8.30pm tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. Tomorrow: Lush 2 promises dance and music from 11pm until 6am, with DJs and live entertainment and even Virtual Reality machines for those who need a break from the dance floor. The venue is DD II, admission $50 before midnight and $100 after. The Rock Gang get down to some serious rock numbers at the Amoeba, 9.30pm onwards. Hooray Howard and the Henrys play at the Wanch, from 10pm. Sunday: Special guests East 17 perform at the Radio Free Hongkong Dance Special venue The Vice, along with club DJ Chert-Z. Doors open at 8pm and admission is $40. Monday: Duo Monblue, at the Amoeba, 9.30pm. Tuesday: The Hongkong Folk Society presents Kiwi folk singer Martin Curtis at the Police Officers' Club in Causeway Bay, 8pm. Admission: $60 for members, $70 non-members. Wednesday: The Bambinos play folk rock at the Wanch, 9pm. Han Shan bring their blend of innovative jazz to the Amoeba, 9.30pm. Thursday: Radio Free Hongkong gives local alternative bands a hearing at the Amoeba, 9pm. Admission: $29.90. Plus: CC Ryders at JJs every night except Sundays. Wednesday is also band night at Beefy's Cabin, Canton Road, and jazz night at the Godown restaurant, Admiralty (9pm) with the Victoria Jazz Band. Old favourites include folk and rock at Hardy's, D'Aguilar Street, every night, while Ken Bennett and the Kowloon Honkers hammer out trad jazz favourites most nights at Ned Kelly's Last Stand. Organising a show? Please send information to Live Music, Features Desk, PO Box 47, or fax 8111278.