What´s up Hong Kong – Week 5
When: Opening Feb
Where: 33 Shelley St
What? Taking over Life Café’s spot on the midlevel escalator, Maison Libinaise is the vibrant and retro new Lebanese restaurant joining Black Sheep’s growing portfolio. Opening sometime in Feb, we’re expecting great things from the two-leveled French-owned Lebanese. With its rare urban terrace and promises of ‘spice and colour,’ the tiled and arty café is sure to bring something fresh and new to Hong Kong’s busy culinary scene.
When: Feb 2-3
Where: Udderbelly, Harbourfront Event Space
What? Bringing a little bit of everything to Hong Kong’s first Udderbelly Festival is Beardyman – the British multi-vocalist, comedian and musician. Combining beat boxing, hip-hop, drum and bass, comedy and dub step together in a live looping extravaganza – Beardyman is one act you definitely cannot miss. Hailing from a Jewish family in North London, Beardyman was named in his early years when he needed a stage name for one of his earliest show’s flyers. He’s now beard-less, but the name has stuck, just as his crowds have done since he began in 2006. His show One Album Per Hour will begin at 9pm, you can buy tickets at udderbelly.asia for $385.
Rewind’s 1st Year Anniversary
When: Feb 5
Where: The Annex, 2/F Wing Wo St, Central
What? After a year of bringing electronic music to Hong Kong, Rewind is celebrating in style. It’s their First Birthday and they’re amping up the music to celebrate with Parisian DJ Will, French DJ Kouro and half-Brazillian, half-Japanese DJ Gaby giving you the very best tracks to dance to. &Me will be headlining – one of the most sought after House and Techno DJs from Berlin, making this a night out you’re sure to enjoy. It’s $250 on the door for earlybird tickets with a free drink. Visit the event page for more info.
Cliché Records Presents: FKJ
When: Feb 7
Where: Mahalo Tiki Lounge, 29/F, Queen’s Rd East, Wan Chai
What? Bringing a little taste of the Malasimbo Festival to Hong Kong, Mahalo Tiki Lounge and Cliché are collaborating with FKJ to bring a fragment of the arts and music festival here. Normally set in the tropical gardens of Puerto Galera, at the foothills of Mt Malasimbo, this weekend Hong Kong is welcoming the rising star of the Parisian electronic scene, FKJ, who will be brining some of those good vibes here. We’re talking groovy loops, smooth beats and sophisticated sounds at Mahalo Tiki – so head on down. Tickets from eventbrite.hk for $160-220.
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Emma Russell | Editor