That's PRD takes a look at the best of the month in Hong Kong:
Apr 5-7: Hong Kong Rugby 7s 2019
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One of the world’s premiere rugby events, the Hong Kong Rugby 7s sees fans from all over the world fly into the Fragrant Harbor to watch as some of the best talent in world rugby slog it out. This year’s competition will be supplemented by performances from Gwen Stefani, while boozy crowds will also converge on Hong Kong’s Central Harborfront to catch games on a big screen. Will Fiji be able to defend their title from last year? Let’s wait and see.
Apr 9: World Muay Thai Grand Extreme
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One of the fiercest combat sports around, Muay Thai, or Thai boxing, has become popular all over the world as practitioners of the fighting form crossed over into kickboxing and mixed martial arts. Catch some of the best fighters in the world this April at this awesome event.
Apr 13: Sonar Hong Kong
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This 15-hour festival brings together some of the best regional and global electronic artists around. Shining a light on the Hong Kong underground scene, with performances by the likes of Alexmalism, as well as further afield with awesome acts like Thundercat, Bonobo and Ryan Hemsworth in attendance, this event is one not to be missed by music lovers.
Apr 20-21: Pinkfong Baby Shark Live Musical
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While you may not know this, ‘Baby Shark’ was originally a campfire song. The catchy tune caught fire over the past decade, thanks largely to social media, and the work of South Korean education brand, Pinkfong, who released their own version of ‘Baby Shark’ back in 2015. Whether you love the song or hate it, you can sure bet that your kids will enjoy this show.
Apr 24: Tom Green Live in Hong Kong
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Green is perhaps best-known for his turn in Road Trip, but the irreverent comic also rose to fame on MTV during the channel’s heyday with his zany sketch show, The Tom Green Show. These days Green has been doing the rounds of reality TV shows like Celebrity Big Brother and Hell’s Kitchen, although he has found time to appear with the next generation of kooky comedians like Eric Andre.
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