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Hong Kong's Clockenflap in back

Live music in front one of the world's most stunning cityscapes.

The good news keeps on coming in Hong Kong. Hot on the heels of the successful return of Hong Kong Rugby Sevens at the weekend, Clockenflap has announced it's back.

Hong Kong’s answer to Glastonbury, Clockenflap was the city’s biggest outdoor music festival. Fans will be delighted to hear it finally returns next March following a three-year protest- and pandemic-induced hiatus. Organisers say the event is “100% confirmed” to take place from Friday March 3 to Sunday March 5.

It will also be returning to its former home at Central Harbourfront on Hong Kong Island.

Festival-goers can expect multiple stages, food stalls, family-friendly attractions and an eclectic line-up of international, regional and local acts. Internationally renowned performers to have graced the Clockenflap stage include Jarvis Cocker, Stormzy, Massive Attack, Kaiser Chiefs and Nile Rodgers.

This will be the 12th Clockenflap festival. It launched in Cyberport in 2008 and quickly grew to take over a larger space at West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade in 2011. In 2016 it moved to Central Harbourfront.

The line-up of performers has yet to be announced - organisers promise there will be news very soon, along with early bird ticket details. Unrefunded tickets bought for Clockenflap 2021 will be valid for the new dates, more details about how to use these tickets will be announced closer to the festival.

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