Check out the Highlights of This Year’s Clockenflap Music Festival

By Gary Bailer, November 8, 2019

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In its 12th edition this year, Hong Kong’s hottest music festival Clockenflap is again bringing some top-notch musical talent to the city, spread across six different stages at the Central Harbourfront. 

Among the top acts on the lineup are British folk rock band Mumford & Sons, controversial mumble rapper Lil Pump, electro popstar Halsey and Japanese kawaii punk act Chai. 

There will be a significant contingent of burgeoning Asian acts on show once again this year, with Taiwan-based singer-songwriters like Crowd Lu and Waa Wei, and rapper Leo Wang joined by Korean artists such as Say Sue Me, Colde and Off On Off. Local Hong Kong punks David Boring will be rocking the Red Bull Stage, while Shanghai-based DJ crew Yeti Out will be taking to the Robot Stage. 

the-kooks.jpgImage via The Kooks/Facebook

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mumford-sons.jpgImage via Mumford and Sons/Facebook

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READ MORE: Mumford & Sons, Lil Pump and More to Play Clockenflap 2019

The three-day music event, taking place from November 22-24, also offers interactive installations for the artsy crowd, a food and drink market, as well as a slew of family-friendly shows and activities such as a performance for kids by Australian rockers Regurgitator and a selection of hands-on family activities by Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum.  

Click here to see the full lineup. 


Fri-Sun Nov 22-24; RMB800 Fri, RMB860 Sat-Sun, RMB1,340 three-day pass. Central Harbourfront Event Space, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong 香港中环龙和道9号中环海滨活动空间. Click here to buy tickets. 

With files from Bryan Grogan.

[Cover image via promoter] 

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