Shi Fu Miz Festival returns to Cheung Chau this October with its most powerful line-up yet. HKFP is a media sponsor.

The city’s most unique and eco-conscious festival features art, workshops, great food and live music across three stages.

Shi Fu Miz 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

The October edition is set to feature Bulgarian techno maestro KiNK performing live, Chilean-born and Bristol-based four-on-the-floor specialist Shanti Celeste, as well as Germany’s Lena Willikens – known for weaving together everything from post-punk to techno.

Photo: Shi Fu Miz.

The 11 acre venue, Sai Yuen Camping and Adventure Park, features a Hong Kong rarity in abundance: grass. Not to mention a golden sandy beach on the doorstep – perfect for sunset.

Shi Fu Miz 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.

Since 2016, Shi Fu Miz has grown rapidly, welcoming an audience of 2,000 people and evolving to become a much-needed platform for regional electronic acts.

Photo: Shi Fu Miz.

This October’s edition will feature plenty of dusk till dawn activities like yoga, workshops, tattoos, street art and martial arts.

Photo: Shi Fu Miz.

With an eye on sustainability, there will also be eco-talks and beach cleanups, as well as setting new goals towards becoming zero-waste.

Photo: Shi Fu Miz.


Four accommodation options are available: Star-gazing geodesic domes, safari tents, teepees or bring-your-own-tent.

Photo: Shi Fu Miz.
Saturday, October 26:
Shi Fu Miz 2018. Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.
Sunday, October 27:
Photo: Shi Fu Miz.

 2-Day Passes:

  • Blind tickets: 480HKD (+ fees) | SOLD OUT
  • Regular tickets: 680HKD (+ fees) | ON SALE
  • Last Chance Tickets: 880HKD (+ fees) | SOON

Day Passes:

  • Regular tickets: 480HKD (+ fees) | ON SALE
  • Last Chance tickets: 580HKD (+ fees) | SOON

Free for kids under 12 if accompanied by an adult.

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