Nightlife HKG: Where to Party in Hong Kong This Easter Weekend
April 06, 2023
Another weekend in Hong Kong is upon us, and this spells for a jam-packed schedule of happy hour and cocktail nights, fresh raves and club nights you must not miss. We save you the stress of planning your weekend and week ahead with our rundown of the best nightlife events you cannot miss.
To keep your finger on the pulse of the city, follow The Beat Asia to see what’s best in store for nightlife and partying in Hong Kong from this Friday to next Thursday.
1. LKHUB Presents Naughty Easter Free-flow Night at Boomerang
Mega party planners and meme-makers LKFhub are back again for their next 2023 hitter to celebrate this long and hot Easter weekend with a naughty night of free-flow drinks and good vibes in Boomerang Club.
Free-flow drinks last one and half hours starting from midnight, so haul yourself to Boomerang for a night of thumping EDM, hip-hop, trap, and rap tunes whilst you knock back those drinks for a wicked night!
When: 10PM till 5AM, Apr. 9
Where: Boomerang, Shop 1 & 2, LG/F, LKF Tower, 55 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$180 for free-flow, HK$200 early bird, HK$250 on the door
2. Easter Bunny Disco Party Hosted at Glitzy, Glammed Petticoat Lane
What’s hotter than dressing up as a bunny and bopping around to some egg-cellent tunes (their pun, not ours!) at Petticoat Lane for a stunning and colourful Easter weekend bash in Lan Kwai.
Points are being awarded to patrons with the fluffiest, cutest, and most colourful outfits to match the 1980s disco theme, alongside drag queens and dancers to get you in the mood for a beautiful Saturday night.
When: 10PM till late, Apr. 8
Where: Petticoat Lane, 8/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$150 with one drink included
3. BLCKOUT4 Hosts DJ Minou4real and Kofi Beam at The Aftermath’s ‘African Fever Night’
One of Hong Kong’s spiciest African-centric music theme nights is back, baby. At The Aftermath, BLCKOUT4 will call back Hong Kong-based DJs MINOU4REAL and Kofi Beam to lay down tracks all night in the music haven.
Expect all genres on the night, including special Caribbean and African-inspired afrobeat tunes, afrohouse, coupe decale, where French and African music and dance meet, and Ndombolo tunes coming out of Central Africa. Do not miss this one, people!
When: 10PM till 3AM, Apr. 7
Where: The Aftermath, LG/F, 57-59 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$188 with one drink included
4. Yeah Show! Celebrating ‘Jesus Resurrected’ with Hong Kong Hip Hop at Department & Co.
To celebrate Easter is to celebrate Jesus, the legend who turned water into wine, and brought grace with music and alcohol. For this special Easter weekend, music group SLEPT BASE invites a stellar cast of trap, rap, and tech DJs and performers to bring the holiday back to basics with liquor flowing all night!
When: 10PM till 6AM, Apr. 6
Where: Department & Co., UG/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: HK$400 walk-in ticket
5. DJ Fabsabs Presents Cantomania Vol. 4 at Mihn Club Celebrating Cantopop Golden Era
Guest DJ Fabsabs at Mihn Club is celebrating the Easter weekend with a specially organised Sunday party showcasing Hong Kong mixers’ collection of Cantonese music from the ‘80s, ‘90s, and 2000s.
Make your way down to Sheung Wan for unique mixes and remixes of his collection of Cantopop classics out of the golden era—from Anita Mui, Sam Hui, and Paradox to modern singers Kelly Chen, Cookies, and Joey Yung.
When: 9PM till 2AM, Apr. 9
Where: Mihn Club, 4/F, 279 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$100 advance tickets
6. BlocPartyGroup x Zeus Present Made in Hong Kong Rap Showcase
Zeus is hosting BlocPartyGroup, Hong Kong’s homegrown collective of trap stars and rappers, for a special Made in Hong Kong showcase of top rappers spitting heavy bars this weekend.
BlocPartyGroup brings UziKid repping FtGang with some raw drill sounds, Baby O performing his hit new track “In The Fu Tai,” and Har$h G and Gong! of Good4Tune Records previewing newly released tracks “ABCD” and “Mink”!
When: 10PM till 4AM, Apr. 7
Where: Zeus, 22/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$300 general admission, HK$350 door ticket
7. DJ Radikal Guru Hosts Kwun Tong Rave with Hong Kong Reggae Artists
If you fancy trekking a bit further than your usual haunts to catch this rave, you better send yourself to Kwun Tong, where the legendary Radikal Guru, a.k.a Moonshine Recordings, will be stopping over for a night of massive tunes and dub-plate mixes.
When: 10PM till 3AM, Apr. 7
Where: Rollalar, 28 Hung To Road, Ngau Tau Kok, Kowloon
How much: HK$350 door ticket
8. Musician Jitwam Plays at Terrible Baby for Mega Asia Tour
Indian-born and New York/London-based producer Jitwam makes his way to Terrible Baby bar space on Thursday for his first Hong Kong stopover on his Asia tour to spread his love for jazz, R&B, and psychedelic soul tunes.
Brought to Eaton with the support of K-Melo, Jitwam is playing a DJ set representing his music of a life on the move and multi-transnational identities, seeing hip-hop meet soul and funk meet soft house.
When: 9PM till 1AM, Apr. 6
Where: Terrible Baby, 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon
How much: Buy tickets, HK$200
9. Taiwan’s Starry DJ RayRay Makes Her First 2023 Showing in Hong Kong
Hailing from the opposite side of the South China Sea, DJ RayRay from Taiwan returns to Hong Kong after a showing in December 2022 to bring the fierce electricity and fire she is known for in Asia with hard EDM tracks.
With Steve Aoki tipping RayRay as a star on the international scene, RayRay ranked 13th in DJane Top 100 2022 and was the only Taiwanese DJ to perform at Tomorrowland in Belgium.
When: 11PM till late, Apr. 7
Where: Space, Shop 2, G/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Buy tickets, HK$250 general admission with one drink included
10. DJ Russell Doctrove Hosts angry child Oma Night with Mengzy and Jack Byrne
Born and raised in Hong Kong, DJ Russell Doctrove lands back at his home of Oma for the first angry child event at the nightclub. This is a multi-sensory pop event joining his love for 1990s electronic rave music, food, sake, and dancing.
Showcasing a variety of techno and house tunes over four years hosting parties in Hong Kong, angry child invites Jack Byrne and Mengzy to the line-up for a banging night on Saturday.
When: 11PM till 6AM, Apr. 8
Where: Oma, LB/F, Harilela House, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: HK$150 door ticket
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