Start planning your weekend now because Clockenflap 2016 is gearing up to be the busiest year the festival has ever seen.
Hong Kong's biggest music and arts festival is bringing diversity and depth with its full line-up and schedule, which has now been released. Taking place from November 25-27 at Central Harbourfront Clockenflap is sure to offer you a unique experience.
This years new enormous site location will include three main live band stages, two electronic music stages, two theatre venues, two immersive entertainment spaces and two expansive grassy areas - you might even be able to sit on them Hong Kong!
Some of the latest artists to be announced include M.I.A, the legendary Sugarhill Gang and London Grammar, playing their exclusive Asian show of 2016. For some more Asian and local talents there's No Party For Cao Dong, one of Taiwan's most sought after bands, J-Rock rising star Sekai No Awari and Hong Kong's own Ellen Loo amongst others.
Beyond the music there's a cornucopia of art activities to get involved with such as a groundbreaking virtual reality experience and a meet and greet with an advanced robot.
Get yourself online and start planning your very own Clockenflap itinerary with the sitemap and schedule. Phase 2 tickets are on sale till November 10th.
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