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

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

10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In November 2019
By Leanne Mirandilla and Helen Yu
November 01, 2019
Festivals bring a smorgasbord of interest to the city this month, from local culture and documentary movies to music and visual arts

1/10 Off Menu

When: November 15-17

Where: The Peak Galleria

What: For the first time ever, T.Dining by Hong Kong Tatler will present Off Menu, a three-day pop-up festival of food, drink, and entertainment held at an iconic Hong Kong location, offering exceptional culinary experiences you will not find anywhere else.

Purchase tickets at eventbrite.hk or ticketflap.com

See also: World’s Best Chefs Collaborate For Off Menu, Hong Kong’s Newest Food Festival Launching This November

2/10 Hong Kong International Documentary Festival

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong International Documentary Festival
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong International Documentary Festival

When: November 1-17

Where: Space Museum

What: The inaugural edition of this festival has four sections—an international selection, Hong Kong selection, a spotlight on Polish documentaries and a Chinese documentary competition—showcasing 65 films from 12 countries and regions. 

Purchase tickets at urbitx.hk

3/10 Hong Kong Culture Festival

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Culture Festival
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Culture Festival

When: November 1-23

Where: At various locations

What: The fifth edition of this festival, dedicated to celebrating local cultural traditions, presents exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, talks, workshops and more.

Discover more at hkculturefestival.com

See also: Hong Kong's Most Luxurious Cinema Experiences

4/10 Festive Korea

Photo: Courtesy of Festive Korea
Photo: Courtesy of Festive Korea

When: November 1-29

Where: At various locations 

What: Running annually since 2011, this festival showcases all aspects of Korean culture, from performing and visual arts to food and martial arts. 

Discover more at festivekorea.com

5/10 Run HK Charity Race

Photo: Courtesy of Run HK Charity Race
Photo: Courtesy of Run HK Charity Race

When: November 9

Where: Tai Tam Country Park 

What: Participate in a running race of 14km or 19km to raise funds for the refugee-focused charity RUN, whose name stands for Rebuild, Unite, Nurture. Proceeds will go towards rehabilitating refugees in the city.

Register at runhk.org

6/10 Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships

Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images

When: November 12-17

Where: Coliseum 

What: Two hundred of the best badminton players from around the globe come together for this Badminton World Federation World Tour event, which boasts a prize pot of US$400,000

Discover more at hkopenbadminton.org

7/10 Pink Run

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry

When: November 17

Where: Stanley Main Street

What: Organised by Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry with a special pink theme annually, this event aims to raise funds and public awareness for the worthwhile cause of supporting high-risk families undergoing genetic counselling services in the community.

Discover more at pinkrun.hk

8/10 CCDC In Residence: Almost 55

Photo: Courtesy of CCDC In Residence: Almost 55
Photo: Courtesy of CCDC In Residence: Almost 55

When: November 19-20

Where: The Box, Freespace

What: This solo dance was developed with Taiwanese choreographer Chou Shu-yi for veteran local dancer Qiao Yang, resident artist with City Contemporary Dance Company, whose career spans more than 40 years.

Purchase tickets at westkowloon.hk

9/10 Clockenflap

Photo: Courtesy of Clockenflap
Photo: Courtesy of Clockenflap

When: November 22-24

Where: Central Harbourfront

What: The city’s biggest outdoor music festival presents a huge lineup headlined by Halsey, Mumford & Sons and Lil Pump, supported by intriguing artists such as Aurora and Babymetal—along with plenty of F&B and other activities. 

Discover more at clockenflap.com

See also: Clockenflap 2019: What To Expect At Hong Kong's Biggest Music Festival

10/10 The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra: Eternal Wings

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

When: November 29-30

Where: Cultural Centre

What: The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra celebrates the Cultural Centre’s 30th anniversary with a special concert programme featuring pianist Chen Sa performing the Yellow River Piano Concerto, and organist Shen Yuen performing Second Symphony, which was commissioned for the centre’s opening.

Purchase tickets at urbtix.hk

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