Stories, photos and features from previous Clockenflap festivals
Clockenflap 2015 delivered their biggest event in its 8 year history; recap as the SCMP team is blogged, photographed and tweeted it live until the last band.
From rock and pop to electronica and dance, here are the acts you shouldn’t miss on the second day of this year’s Clockenflap festival
The British singer finally kicked his heroin habit at a Thai rehab clinic. But with a world tour to deal with - including a set at Hong Kong's biggest music festival this month - many fear the singer's comeback is driving him towards a relapse, writes Simon Parry.
Festival's eighth edition also includes Hong Kong's King Ly Chee and Taiwan's Crowd Lu with many more names to be confirmed
Choir of Hong Kong domestic helpers sing about the anguish of leaving their children behind in their home countries
British band Bastille owe some of their success to the Clockenflap festival.
Clockenflap gets bigger and better every year. Here’s our choice of the must-sees acts of the harbourfront festival.
Expected to be the largest edition since it started seven years ago, next month’s Clockenflap will feature a diverse mix of musical styles.
Indifference to society is what distinguishes today's young generation of Chinese from his own, Cui Jian, the musician whose song Nothing To My Name became the anthem of the 1989 Tiananmen democracy protests, said in an interview with the South China Morning Post.
The main day of the Clockenflap music and arts festival reached an early climax Saturday afternoon when disco band Chic delivered a note-perfect performance on the main stage.
Franz Ferdinand may be headlining, but there is a plethora of other talent at Clockenflap. Adam Wright picks some of the support acts you won’t want to miss.