The annual art fair that has over 20,000 visitors that usually happens in May each year, has postponed its date until the 20th to 23rd August 2020 and will take place at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre.
What to watch next after Lion King? Here is another theatre show you have to see in this year. Coming up on May 12, 2020, Fuerza Bruta is coming to Hong Kong finally after they have performed once in Macau last year. After nine successful years off-Broadway in New York, this is the first-ever time performing at Freespace, the contemporary performance space at the heart of the West Kowloon Art Park. This breath-taking spectacle is with a special VIP gala premiere set for May 13.
Coca-Cola has launched the Coca-Cola “Taste Our City. Taste The Feeling” exhibition at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The Coca-Cola Tall Can – Taste Our City Special Edition features eight designs with iconic Hong Kong heritage buildings and the giant cans have interactive heritage exhibits which will be on display until 20 March 2019 (that is three days left).
Sounds pretty interesting if you are interested to find out more about Hong Kong heritage as well as many people in the world a fan of Coca-Cola. Personally I have seen a lot of memorabilia of Coca-Cola only and in collectable stores, so for sure there will be some fans of the brand that will want to check it out.
It’s always something happening in Lan Kwai Fong. In March, don’t miss the Savouring Art Campaign which will feature an exclusive exhibition at LOFT 22 - California Tower, by famous graffiti artist André Saraiva accompanied by uniquely - created art menus inspired by the artist’s ‘Happiness Culture’ from 12 distinguished restaurants including Casa Lisboa, CÉ LA VI, Ciao Chow…