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Arts 10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In October 2019

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

10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In October 2019
By Leanne Mirandilla and Helen Yu
October 02, 2019
Take in a theatrical production or classical concert, enjoy a wholesome family day out or create Lego masterpieces while sipping on cocktails at the events around town this month

1/10 Coco Chanel

Photo: Courtesy of Coco Chanel
Photo: Courtesy of Coco Chanel

When: October 4-6

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre

What: This multidisciplinary puppetry and theatrical show, which tells the story of the fashion legend’s life and career, was created by Norwegian Jo Strømgren Kompani and the Netherlands’ Ulrike Quade Company.

Purchase tickets at urbitx.hk

See also: Rizzoli To Release Karl Lagerfeld Chanel Shows Retrospective Book

2/10 Fine Art Asia 2019

Photo: Courtesy of Fine Art Asia
Photo: Courtesy of Fine Art Asia

When: October 4-7

Where: HKCEC

What: Recognised as Asia’s leading international fine art fair, Fine Art Asia is returning to Hong Kong this month, showcasing a wide range of museum-quality Asian and Western antiques, jewellery, modern and contemporary art to name a few. 

Purchase tickets at hkticketing.com

3/10 Hong Kong Tennis Open

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Tennis Open
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Tennis Open

When: October 5-13

Where: Victoria Park Tennis Stadium

What: Naomi Osaka, who triumphed at the recent US Open, Elina Svitolina and Zhang Shuai are just three of the tennis stars who will be competing for honours at the sixth edition of the Open.

Discover more at hktennisopen.hk

See also: Serena Williams Debuts Her Clothing Line At New York Fashion Week 

4/10 Li Biao Conducts The Butterfly Lovers

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

When: October 11

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre 

What: Perhaps best known as a percussionist, Li Biao takes up the baton to conduct the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and award-winning percussionists through a number of pieces, including the violin concerto The Butterfly Lovers.

Purchase tickets at urbtix.com

5/10 Daniel Sloss

Photo: Troy Edige
Photo: Troy Edige

When: October 18

Where: Kowloon Bay International Trade & Exhibition Centre

What: Following the success of his Netflix specials Dark and Jigsaw, Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss brings his live show to Hong Kong. He’s the youngest comedian to have performed a solo season in London’s West End.

Purchase tickets at cityline.com

6/10 Rolling Loud Hong Kong

Photo: Courtesy of Rolling Loud Hong Kong
Photo: Courtesy of Rolling Loud Hong Kong

When: October 19-20

Where: Art Park, West Kowloon

What: The world's largest hip-hop outdoor festival is coming to Hong Kong for the very first time. This festival has seen modern hip-hop royalty such as J. Cole, Travis Scott, Post Malone and Cardi B in previous years. Get ready for two days of good times and even better music.

Purchase tickets at universe.com

7/10 HK Ballet: Swan Lake

Photo: Courtesy of HK Ballet
Photo: Courtesy of HK Ballet

When: October 25-27, November 2-3

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre

What: Swan Lake is one of the most complex theatrical productions in Hong Kong Ballet's active repertoire with its drama, romance and intrigue. Staged by John Meehan based on Petipa/Ivanov’s original choreography, this iconic ballet of all time inspires awe for its dreamlike lake of swans and ethereal maidens.

Purchase tickets at urbtix.com

8/10 Rotten Head Festival

Photo: unsplash.com
Photo: unsplash.com

When: October 26

Where: Tung Chung waterfront 

What: There will be no shortage of things to do at this family-friendly festival. Expect food and craft beer stalls, dance and musical performances, a baby disco, a kids’ area and a Handmade Hong Kong market. 

Purchase tickets at rottenheadfest.com

See also: The Best Winter Camps For Children In 2019, From Ski Camps To Mandarin Immersion Programmes

9/10 The Brick Bar

Photo: Courtesy of The Brick Bar
Photo: Courtesy of The Brick Bar

When: October 26

Where: To be confirmed

What: The concept is simple: take all the fun of Lego as a kid but combine it with alcohol. This pop-up will feature a Lego bar, Lego sculptures and more than a million blocks for guests to create with—alongside cocktails and tunes, of course.

Discover more at therickbars.com/asia

10/10 Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

Photo: Courtesy of Discovery Hong Kong
Photo: Courtesy of Discovery Hong Kong

When: October 31-November 3

Where: Central Harbourfront 

What: Featuring over 400 booths serving world-class food and drinks from around the globe, the festival will bring you the most fabulous tasting experiences with live music against a backdrop of the Victoria Harbour skyline.

Discover more at discoverhongkong.com

See also: Hong Kong Hikes —Plus Where To Eat And Drink After

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