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Things to Do in March: The Best Events Not to Miss Next Month

By Jenny Leung 28 February 2019
March is just around the corner, which means our city is gearing up for a slew of exciting cultural events as Hong Kong Arts Month returns. With huge annual affairs such as Art Central and HKwalls popping up, there’s plenty happening around town for culture vultures to get excited about. But if walking through an art gallery or sitting down for hours in the theatre is not your idea of fun – then don’t worry, we’ve got your back. From a week-long music festival showcasing the hottest local music talents to an insane boozy bingo party, there are some of the best events to catch this March in Hong Kong.

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The Week HK

Crank up the volume and get ready for a seven-day music extravaganza this March 3 to 9. Featuring a week-long schedule packed with fresh, homegrown music talents, The Week HK will see seven eclectic local bands take to the stage at seven different venues across the city. From dirty Hip Hop Night, headlining local OGs, 24 Herbs, to a finger-snapping Blues & Folk Night at a cosy venue in Mong Kok, there’s something for every music fan to get excited about. When: March 3 - 9 Where: Locations vary How much: $140 - $1,000 Click here for more information

Bianca del Rio: It’s Jester Joke

Put on your ‘reading’ glasses – because the queen of mean has arrived. Returning to Hong Kong for the second time, Bianca Del Rio is the alter ego of seasoned comic, Roy Haylock, and the Season 6 winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Promising to deliver you a tongue-lashingly hilarious night full of foul language and unapologetic humour, we guarantee this will be a night you will never forget. When: March 10, 5pm Where: The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, 1 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai How much: $588 - $1,288 Click here for more information


Hong Kong E-Prix

It’s going to be an action-packed Sunday this March 10, as the Hong Kong E-Prix returns to Central Harbourfront. With 22 drivers from 11 international teams racing against each other around a 1.85km circuit, an exclusive chance to meet world-famous Formula-E drivers, and lots of family fun for kids big and small, the Hong Kong E-Prix makes for the perfect Sunday Funday. Click here to find out what's in store on the day. When: March 10 Where: Central Harbourfront How much: $50 - $2,880 Click here for more information

Jim Gaffigan Quality Time Tour

Get ready for some serious giggles as Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, and two-time New York Times bestselling author Jim Gaffigan brings his ‘Quality Time’ tour to Hong Kong this March 16. Having already toured around the world to places such as France, Sweden, Norway, Japan, China, and more, Gaffigan became one of only 10 comics in history to sell out Madison Square Garden. If you want to get a taste of the legendary funnyman’s comedy set, switch over to Netflix and watch his comedy special, Cinco – you won’t be disappointed. When: March 16 Where: Jockey Club Auditorium, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 11 Yuk Choi Road, Hung Hom Bay How much: $588 - $788 Click here for more information


Taste of Hong Kong

With an impressive line-up of world-class chefs from some of the city’s top restaurants, this four-day foodie haven will take place at Central Harbourfront from March 21 to 24. Each restaurant will offer a choice of up to four delicious small-plate dishes – including one that is exclusive to the event – with prices starting from $50, giving you plenty of stomach space to munch your way around the arena. While you’re busy eating, don’t forget to check out the Gourmet Market, packed with all kinds of delicious artisanal products, the Wolf Theatre, where you can catch live cooking demonstrations by famed international and local chefs, and the Sound Stage, where you can enjoy a multi-sensory experience with live music performances. When: March 21 - 24 Where: Central Harbourfront How much: $78 - $678 Click here for more information

The Greatest Got Balls

Calling all freaks, animals, and acrobats – the Greatest Got Balls is finally here! Back by popular demand, Got Balls is a weird and wonderful bingo bonanza that’s different from anything you’ve ever experienced before. Expect all the exciting elements of a classic bingo game, mixed with amazing entertainment, two and a half hours of free-flow drinks, and plenty of prizes to take home. The event sold over 100 tickets within the first hour of ticket sales – so grabs yours now while you still can! When: March 22, (7.30pm - 11pm) Where: Club One The Grand Stage, 2/F, Western Market, 323 Des Voeux Road, Sheung Wan How much: $425 Click here for more information
Read more! See what else is on around town in our Events Calendar here on Localiiz.

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Jenny Leung

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Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.