Organisers of Hong Kong’s flagship annual Clockenflap Arts and Music Festival have announced a live music event on Saturday, September 18.

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The “Long Time, No See” gig – a “Clockenflap Presents” event – celebrates the return of the live music performances in the city.

The event, to be held at MacPherson stadium in Mong Kok, will feature live performances from 11 local bands and artists, including hip-hop artists YellowPeril, indie-rockers Charming Way, and R&B group Fds/4eva. Singer-songwriter-producer cehryl, meanwhile, will perform her dreamy, genre-fusing tracks with a full band.

“Celebrating the return of live music to Hong Kong in true Clockenflap style, ‘Long Time No See’ is the first event from Clockenflap Presents for more than a year, giving fans the long-awaited opportunity to cut loose and enjoy the magic of the live show experience with friends and kindred spirits,” a statement on Friday read.

Clockenflap Festival. File Photo: Kitmin/Clockenflap.

The organisers had been supporting local artists through “Clockenflap Presents” events online during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Date: 3pm-11 pm on September 18.
  • Tickets: Purchased online, cost HK$480.

Organisers had previously released tickets for their flagship three-day Clockenflap festival set to take place at the end of November.

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