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Hong Kong’s Clockenflap music festival returns in March 2023!

By Jianne Soriano 11 November 2022

Header image courtesy of kitmin

Mark your calendars! After a three-year hiatus, Clockenflap—Hong Kong’s largest outdoor music and arts festival—is making its comeback on 3 to 5 March 2023.

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Due to take place at the Central Harbourfront, Clockenflap is 100 percent confirmed to move ahead, according to the organisers. Music fans can expect the return to be a world-class festival experience featuring a spectacular outdoor environment with multiple stages, a wide range of food and beverage offerings, and an eclectic line-up of must-see local, regional, and international acts covering genres like R&B, pop, EDM, jazz, hip-hop, and more.

Clockenflap will also be free-standing so festival-goers can easily move without restriction between various stages and attractions throughout the weekend.

The much-anticipated return of Clockenflap marks the twelfth edition of the music festival since its inception in 2008. Since then, it has become one of the biggest cultural events in Hong Kong and is described as “Asia’s answer to Coachella.”

Photo: kitmin

Rock band Mumford and Sons, British pop band The 1975, British rapper Stormzy, Korean artist Dean, Malaysian singer Yuna, American singer-songwriter Halsey, Japanese group Sekai no Owari, and more have graced the Clockenflap stage in its past editions.

Early-bird tickets and the first performing line-up will be announced soon. Unrefunded tickets purchased for the cancelled Clockenflap 2021 remain valid for the new dates. Arrangements for using these tickets will be shared with existing ticket holders closer to the date.

Stay tuned at and its social media channels for the latest updates!

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Jianne Soriano

Senior editor

Jianne is introverted by nature but adventurous by heart. This Hong Kong-born-and-raised Filipino, who also spent time in Japan, prides herself on being a fangirl. On days when she’s not writing or travelling, you can find her visiting art exhibitions, looking for the best new places to eat in town, or simply trying to learn another language.