Asia's premier music and arts festival sees world class talent coming to Hong Kong.
Clockenflap is back in its 9th year this November 25-27 2016 and ready to take Hong Kong by storm with their latest line-up announcements. Legendary electronic duo, The Chemical Brothers (UK), South African rap-ravers, Die Antwoord (SA), R&B mastermind Blood Orange (UK), American indie rockers Yo La Tengo (US) and many more have been added to an iconic music lineup that already consists of Sigur Rós (IS), Foals (UK) and ??? Cheer Chen (TW).
The city's biggest outdoor music and arts festival will take place at Central Harbourfront with Hong Kong's stunning skyline forming the perfect backdrop to the most exhilarating weekend of the year.
The eagerly anticipated festival offers fans of music and arts a rare opportunity to enjoy world-class talent in the heart of Hong Kong. While music forms the beating heart of the event, festival-goers will be treated to a wide range of performing arts and installations and can enjoy a veritable smorgasbord of food from some of the city's hottest restaurants. Phase 2 tickets for Clockenflap 2016 are available until November 10. For further information on the lineup, ticket types and prices, please visit clockenflap.com.
As we get closer to the festival expectation in building with every announcement. With six number 1 albums and thirteen top 20 singles to their name The Chemical Brothers (UK) have been a leading force in the electronica scene for over two decades. They are world renknowned for their breathtaking live sets and as their one and only Asia festival performance of 2016, fans from across the region will be flocking to catch this unmissable set.
As well as music Clockenflap is proud to extend its tradition of ground-breaking performing arts and cultural experiences with the return of Club Minky. The curated three-day programme features performances discovered at fringe festivals around the world, transporting festival participants into a surreal and bizarre underworld of theatre, cabaret, comedy, circus, and live music.
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