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What's On in Hong Kong in June 2017
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What's On in Hong Kong in June 2017

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Updated: 26 May 2017

With June comes soaring temperatures and a plethora of things to do, see and eat in Hong Kong. From Chinese opera to modern dance to Britney Spears, here are our picks of the best cultural, musical and food-related events in the city in June 2017. 


FOOD & DRINK | Riesling Weeks Kick Off Celebration

Friday, June 2

Riesling Weeks is a month-long celebration of German wine, with over 100 participating restaurants and outlets. At this kick-off event, don’t miss the chance to sample over 120 wines, including Dornfelder, Pinot Noir and the classic Riesling.

Tickets: $250-$450

Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong


MUSIC | Sting 57th & 9th Tour

Saturday, June 3

Legendary British musician Sting is on tour following the release of ’57th & 9th’, his first rock album in 13 years. Filled with hard-hitting, guitar-driven hits, this new LP signals the rebirth of Sting as a rock artist.

Tickets: $588-$1288

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre


COMEDY | Lloyd Langford

Friday, June 9 – Saturday, June 10

Prepare to be left in stitches by the hyperactive antics of Lloyd Langford, a Welsh comic and rising star within the world of British stand-up comedy.

Tickets: $240-$290

Tamarind, 2/F Sun Hung Kai Centre, 30 Harbour Road, Wan Chai


THEATRE | Chinese Opera Festival 2017

Tuesday, June 13 – Sunday, August 13

Featuring illustrious opera troupes from all over China, this festival showcases an array of Chinese opera genres, including Peking opera, Kunqu opera, Cantonese opera, Wu opera and more. The program includes performances, lectures, exhibitions and film screenings.

Various Locations


CULTURE | Summer Ceilidh

Friday, June 16

Presented by the British Chamber of Commerce, this event is a celebration of Scottish folk culture. Come for whisky, dancing and plenty of hearty Scottish fare.

Tickets: $1,400 – $15,800

Aberdeen Marina Club


MUSIC | The Gig Week

Sunday, June 18 – Saturday, June 24

The Gig Week is a grassroots music festival that offers local bands the opportunity to perform in an intimate setting. Over the course of a week, indie bands will perform across seven different venues across the city.

Tickets: $888

Various Locations


DANCE | Animatorium and Folk

Saturday, June 24 – Sunday, June 25

As part of ArtisTree’s opening season, the acclaimed National Dance Company Wales will perform two pieces — ’Folk,’ inspired by 17th- and 18th-century European oil paintings, and ‘Animatorium,’ a dark comedy about a sinister “master” who animates and manipulates a troupe of dancers.

Free (Pre-registration required)

ArtisTree, Taikoo Place


MUSIC | Bopfest Hong Kong 2017

Saturday, June 24

This international rockabilly music event features bands and DJs from around the globe. Get ready to boogie to acts including Trix ‘O’ Treat from Bangkok,The Triplejacts, and CJ the DJ.

Tickets: $290

Orange Peel Music Lounge, Central


FASHION | Comma Fashion Showcase 2017

Saturday, June 24

Fashion design graduates from the Savannah College of Art And Design (SCAD), Hong Kong will showcase their collections to the public for the first time. This is an exciting opportunity to support and explore Hong Kong’s local design talent.

Tickets: Free


MUSIC | H2 Live Music Festival

Monday, June 26 – Sunday, July 2

Now in its eighth year, the H2 Live Music Festival is back with seven consecutive nights of live music. The festival primarily spotlights local artists, but some international bands are in the lineup as well.


The Wanch, 54 Jaffe Rd, Wan Chai


MUSIC | Britney Spears Live in Hong Kong 2017

Tuesday, June 27

Drop whatever you’re doing and mark your calendars – Britney is coming to town. The pop princess of ‘…Baby One More Time’ fame will be performing top hits from her two-decade career.

Tickets: $588-$2088



MUSIC | Concerts by Mongolian State Morin Khuur Ensemble

Thursday, June 29 – Friday, June 30

A rare chance to hear classic Mongolian music and singing performed by the Mongolian State Morin Khuur Ensemble, prominently featuring the morin khuur, a traditional stringed instrument that is an important symbol of Mongolian culture.

Tickets: $150-$240

Hong Kong City Hall