The beautiful Sai Yuen Farm on Cheung Chau will once again play host to Hong Kong’s very own two-day arts and music festival, Shi Fu Miz. HKFP is a media sponsor.
Shi Fu Miz 2019 is an eco-friendly gathering, showcasing underground electronic music, yoga, drumming, silent disco, art installations and workshops.
Shuya Okino: Since brothers Shuya and Yoshi Okino formed Kyoto Jazz Massive (rated by DJ Gilles Peterson) as a DJ unit in the early 90’s, they have pioneered the way for Japanese Club Jazz/Crossover music at home and abroad. Shuya is also behind Japan’s The Room Club in Shibuya – one of the most vital venues in the genre.
Palms Trax: A producer and Dj based in Berlin, Jay Donaldson is one of the trendiest artists in the house music scene today.
Saturday run-down includes:
Levon Vincent • Awesome Tapes From Africa • Shuya Okino • KAMMA & Masalo • Seoul Community Radio presents Jesse You • Pablo Valentino • YETI OUT Showcase • Jarod Escaped • DJ Rork b2b Dj Fudge • Romi • UTOPIA.
Sunday run-down includes:
The venue on the southwestern tip of Cheung Chau covers eleven acres and is described by organisers as the “perfect place to unwind and get back in touch with nature.”
- Regular 2-day tickets start at HK$680, last chance tickets cost HK$880.
- Day passes start at HK$480, last chance tickets cost HK$580.
- Children under 12 accompanied by an adult go free.
- Two day advance tickets start from HK$680.
- Teepees and safari tents for 3-12 people start from HK$900.
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