Back for its 10th edition, Hong Kong's premier music and arts festival features Feist, Massive Attack, The Dandy Warhols and more
Planning for your next big music festival in Asia? Yeah, it’s sad news that Neon Lights – which made us dance so much last year – will be taking a hiatus this year; but we’ve lined up an alternative that’s just as big.
Not far away from Singapore, Hong Kong‘s Clockenflap Festival is going to be a three-day musical blowout from 17 to 19 November. Having announced the first wave of the lineup, it’s already looking pretty promising. And in case you didn’t know, there’s usually an overlap in acts between Clockenflap and Neon Lights each year, so you’re really getting the next best thing!
So far, Bristolian trip-hop legends Massive Attack, Canadian indie darling Feist, indie-rock veterans The Dandy Warhols, Danish electropop singer MØ, and Manchester’s five-piece Blossoms have been confirmed. Without a doubt, there are going to be more announcements in the near future. And since it’s the 10th edition of Clockenflap, we’re expecting some very big names on that roster.
As it’s also set in the vast arena of Central Harbourfront in the city of Hong Kong, we recommend adding a few more days to the itinerary to explore the city. Good news, Honeycombers Hong Kong is now in business, and they’ll definitely give you a tip or two on how to have a good time in the city – from the best coffee to the best bakeries. You’re welcome.