Hong Kong’s premier music festival, Clockenflap, is to return next March to Central Harbourfront after a three-year hiatus.

Organisers say it is “100 per cent confirmed” for Friday March 3 until Sunday March 5, 2023.

Photo: Kitmin/Clockenflap.

A full festival experience, with multiple outdoor stages and F&B outlets are in the works, alongside a diverse line-up of international, regional and local acts.

Silent Disco during Crimes Against Pop. Photo: Tang Kam Hong Kenneth.

The 12th edition of Clockenflap comes after it was was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, and was axed in 2019 due to the pro-democracy protests and unrest.

Clockenflappers. Photo: Clockenflap.

“The first line-up announcement and early bird ticket details will be announced soon. Unrefunded tickets purchased for Clockenflap 2021 remain valid for the new dates, and the arrangements for using these tickets will be shared with existing ticket holders closer to the festival,” organisers said.

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