Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s homegrown music festival, announces 2021 dates

  • The popular harbour-front event was cancelled in 2019 and 2020 due to social unrest and the coronavirus respectively
  • While acts including Halsey, Mumford & Sons and Honne were due to play last year, this year’s line-up is yet to be revealed
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Here’s something to look forward to: Clockenflap 2021! The music and arts festival today announced (very) early-bird sales for its hoped-for dates in November.

The popular event was cancelled for the last two years: in 2019 because of the anti-government protests, and last year because of Covid-19 social distancing and travel restraints.

Previous acts to come to the Hong Kong festival have included A$AP Rocky, The Vaccines, Khalid, and Chemical Brothers. The event’s stages also attracted local luminaries such as Hocc and King Lychee.

Clockenflap is scheduled to take place November 26-28 at the Central Harbourfront Event Space. Adult tickets are available at a discount until March 16 (HK$698-HK$1,188), and full discounts are guaranteed if it has to be cancelled.

No word yet on student tickets. Watch this space ...

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