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10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In July 2019

10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In July 2019
By Helen Yu
July 02, 2019
Summer spells a feast of festivals feeding a wide cross-section of interests, from literature and anime to family-friendly film and choral competitions

1/10Star Wars in concert

Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

When: July 4-6

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre

What: The Hong Kong Philharmonic under the baton of Benjamin Northey provides live orchestral accompaniment for screenings of Star Wars IV: A New Hope and Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back. 

Purchase tickets at urbtix.hk

2/10International Arts Carnival

Photo: Courtesy of International Arts Carnival
Photo: Courtesy of International Arts Carnival

When: July 5-August 18

Where: Various locations

What: Local and overseas performers join in a festival of family-friendly shows, from renditions of favourite fairy tales and children’s stories to colourful classical music concerts, along with events touring libraries, museums and schools.

Find out more at urbtix.hk

3/10Yo La Tengo

Photo: Courtesy of Yo La Tengo
Photo: Courtesy of Yo La Tengo

When: July 10

Where: This Town Needs

What: Following their knockout performance at Clockenflap 2016, the alternative-indie legends, known for experimental, dynamic live shows, return to perform hits from their 30-year career.

Purchase tickets at ticketflap.com

4/10World Youth & Children's Choir Festival

Photo: Courtesy of World Youth & Children's Choir Artists' Association
Photo: Courtesy of World Youth & Children's Choir Artists' Association

When: July 11

Where: Various locations

What: This biennial festival encompasses performances, competitions, master classes, workshops and opportunities for choirs and teachers alike to learn from each other.

Find out more at wyccaa.com

5/10The Other Mozart

Photo: Courtesy of The Other Mozart
Photo: Courtesy of The Other Mozart

When: July 12-14

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre

What: Written and performed by New York-based Sylvia Milo, the Off-Broadway solo play tells the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s older sister, Nannerl, who was also a musical virtuoso.

Purchase tickets at urbtix.hk

6/10Hong Kong Book Fair

Photo: Courtesy of HKTDC
Photo: Courtesy of HKTDC

When: July 17-23

Where: HKCEC

What: Get your summer reading list ready for the biggest literary event of the year, with lectures and book signings galore by acclaimed authors.

Purchase tickets at hkticketing.com

 

7/10ARCH Wellness Festival

Photo: Courtesy of Central Harbourfront SummerFest
Photo: Courtesy of Central Harbourfront SummerFest

When: July 19-21

Where: Central Harbourfront Event Space

What: The three-day holistic wellness festival features meditation, fitness activities, human connection, arts and workshops to encourage individuals to embrace their inner beings and find their true happiness for body, mind and spirit.

Register at eventbrite.com

See also: 5 Luxury Wellness Retreats To Help You Find Inner Peace—In Six Days Or Less

8/10Beats on Pointe

Photo: Courtesy of Masters of Choreography
Photo: Courtesy of Masters of Choreography

When: July 25

Where: City Hall 

What: Street dance, ballet, theatre and comedy collide in this action-packed performance by Australian company Masters of Choreography.

Purchase tickets at urbtix.hk

9/10Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong

Photo: Courtesy of Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong
Photo: Courtesy of Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong

When: July 26

Where: HKCEC

What: Discover the latest in anime, comics and games, shop for limited-edition and collectable issues, and marvel at the impressively creative outfits of cosplayers. 

Find out more at ani-com.hk

10/10Heritage Fiesta 2019

1881 Heritage (Photo: Courtesy of Antiquities and Monuments Office)
1881 Heritage (Photo: Courtesy of Antiquities and Monuments Office)

When: From now till July 31

Where: Various locations

What: Presented by the Commissioner for Heritage’s Office of the Development Bureau, this annual event offers the public a chance to explore Hong Kong’s historic buildings and understand their histories and architectural styles.

Find out more at heritage.gov.hk

See also: 10 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In July

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