Cover Clockenflap (Photo: courtesy of Kit Min)

After a three-year hiatus, organisers of the highly anticipated event say it’s “100 per cent confirmed” to take place next year

Heralded as “Asia’s answer to Coachella”, Hong Kong’s biggest international outdoor music and arts festival is set for March 3 to 5, 2023 in Central Harbourfront. This is after its three-year suspension due to pandemic restrictions.

This will be the 12th edition of Clockenflap and festivalgoers can expect an eclectic line-up of international, regional and local acts to light up the venue’s multiple stages; various F&B outlets; and to party the weekend away.

Launched in 2008, the much-loved music festival had been held in Cyberport until it relocated to West Kowloon in 2011, and shifted again to Central Harbourfront in 2016. Clockenflap is known for celebrating a wide variety of musical genres, and in the past, it featured established names including Hong Kong rock band, Supper Moment; British rapper Stormzy; and Scottish singer-songwriter and Best New Artist winner at the 2020 Brit Award Lewis Capaldi.

Keep an eye on this space for further details on the first line-up and early bird ticket details.


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