[sponsored] Lamma Art Collective (LAC) is set to reopen this weekend, promoting art, culture and community on the laidback outlying island.

Lamma Art Collective

From Friday night until Sunday night, the newly relaunched collective will be showcasing a host of musicians, artists and performers – all events are free of charge.

Friday schedule

7pm: Singer-songwriter and music producer Bhavesh Kakkar, from the Indian Himalayas, infuses Sufi vocals with his unique guitar style. He will be joined by seven-year veteran of the handpan, Oleksandr Frolov from Ukraine.

Oleksandr Frolov.
Bhavesh Kakkar.

8:30pm: Aileen Alonzo-Hayward has been a mainstay of the local indie scene since 2006: “Masking benign lunacy behind seemingly fairy tale lyrics and effective melodic patterns has been one of the defining qualities of her original sound,” LAC says.

Aileen Alonzo-Hayward
Aileen Alonzo-Hayward

Saturday schedule

7pm: Balatro, from Honduras, combines contemporary dance, acting, painting, clowning, drag and digital media such as animation, photography and music videos. Drop by for an immersive, multimedia performance.


8:30pm: Karen y Los Remedios is the voice of Ana Karen Barajas, an artist and art researcher, and the guitars of Guillermo Berbeyer. Their downtempo beats express express their misfortunes and happiness.

Karen y Los Remedios.

Sunday schedule:

4pm: Reggietheleaf is the vocalist and lyricist for the local band RIDDEM. She will be supported by bandmate Rixin on guitar for an intimate, soulful mix of original songs and covers.

reggietheleaf x rixin.

  • Time: Friday 10th March – Sunday 12th March.
  • Venue: Lamma Art Collective, 1/f, 23 Yung Shue Wan Main Street, Lamma Island. 5 minutes from Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier – enter at the rear.
  • Tickets: Free entry.

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