Music lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James WendlingerMusic lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James Wendlinger
Music lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James Wendlinger

Hong Kong’s biggest music festival going ahead despite protests, say organisers, as final line-up of acts confirmed

  • Bombay Bicycle Club, Metronomy and Nick Murphy added to Clockenflap festival line-up that already includes Halsey, Lil Pump and Mumford & Sons
  • Festival organisers say the cancellation of other events amid anti-government protests makes their mission to bring Hongkongers together more relevant than ever

Topic |   Clockenflap Music Festival
Music lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James WendlingerMusic lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James Wendlinger
Music lovers at the Clockenflap festival on the Hong Kong harbourfront. The annual event is going ahead this year despite anti-government protests in Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: James Wendlinger
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