Fans attend the Clockenflap music festival on the Central harbourfront in Hong Kong in 2017. The 2021 festival has been cancelled because of restrictions on holding outdoor events and on travel to Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: Kitmin Lee for Clockenflap
Fans attend the Clockenflap music festival on the Central harbourfront in Hong Kong in 2017. The 2021 festival has been cancelled because of restrictions on holding outdoor events and on travel to Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: Kitmin Lee for Clockenflap

Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s biggest music festival, cancelled in 2021 – the third year in a row – with organisers blaming coronavirus restrictions

  • For the third year in a row the Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival is not happening in Hong Kong. Ticket holders can keep their tickets for 2022 or get a refund
  • In a notice posted on booking platform Ticketflap, organisers cite the restrictions on large-scale outdoor events and on international travel for cancellation

Topic |   Clockenflap Music Festival
Fans attend the Clockenflap music festival on the Central harbourfront in Hong Kong in 2017. The 2021 festival has been cancelled because of restrictions on holding outdoor events and on travel to Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: Kitmin Lee for Clockenflap
Fans attend the Clockenflap music festival on the Central harbourfront in Hong Kong in 2017. The 2021 festival has been cancelled because of restrictions on holding outdoor events and on travel to Hong Kong, organisers say. Photo: Kitmin Lee for Clockenflap
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