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The Best Festivals and Events in September

The Best Festivals and Events in September

Get your calendars ready, we’ve rounded up the best September events in Hong Kong, marking the return of the Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance and the Mid-Autumn Festival, to a first-ever craft-beer festival by the Clockenflap team. This is one September to remember: 


Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong (RBHK) (Sep.05 - Sep.07) 

Mark your calendars for Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong (RBHK), the ultimate trade show for food and hospitality professionals. From September 5 to 7, the event will bring together over 300 local and international brands, along with 8,000 industry experts. Discover a wide range of gourmet, natural, and organic products, explore workshops and seminars, and witness exciting competitions. Don't miss the opportunity to connect with industry leaders and indulge in a world of culinary delights at RBHK 2023. Register here  

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.  


Mr. Doodle LIVE at City Of Dreams, Macau (Sep. 12) 

Mark your calendars for a truly special event! Don't miss the opportunity to witness a live performance by the incredible artist himself, Mr Doodle, at Artelli in the Showroom of the City of Dreams, Macau. This will be Mr Doodle's first-ever appearance in Macau, making it an event that fans won't want to miss. Experience the magic as Mr Doodle brings his unique creativity to life right before your eyes. Be sure to join us for this unforgettable moment and witness the extraordinary talent of Mr Doodle in action! Curated by the pioneering multi-dimensional art space, Artelli, in partnership with ARTOX GROUP and Pearl Lam Galleries, this exhibition marks Mr Doodle's first solo art exhibition in Macao. 


Admission is free. City of Dreams, Macau.  


Better With Beer Festival (Sep.15- Sep.16) 

Brought to you by the Clockenflap team and The Craft Beer Association of Hong Kong, make your way to Hong Kong's ultimate craft beer festival, Better with Beer!  With over 150 beers from more than 20 breweries, you'll have the chance to discover new flavors and support local artisans. The festival's vibrant atmosphere bring together live music performances, various food vendors and outdoor games creating the perfect backdrop for sipping on ice-cold brews.  Whether you're a beer enthusiast or simply looking for a fantastic time, Better with Beer is the must-attend festival of the year.

Get your tickets here now

And enjoy the best deal in town with LKF dining vouchers included valued up to $250! 


Your Vibration Matters - an evening retreat (Sep.27) 

Immerse yourself in an evening of transformation and self-discovery at the "Your Vibration Matters" evening retreat led by Anastasia Williams, who is visiting from Australia and teaching in Singapore and Hong Kong. This special retreat includes rejuvenating breathwork, revitalizing movement, uplifting meditation, integrative coaching, journaling, and group sharing. Pricing: $800. Bookings can be made via the Upper House. Limited spaces available. 

6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at SKY LOUNGE, The Upper House.   

Central Harbourfront Event Space 9 Lung Wo Road Central Hong Kong 

Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance (Sep.28- Sep.30) 

(Photo by Tai Hang Fire Dragon)

When it comes to celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival, no event is grander than the traditional Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance. This cherished tradition is making a comeback this year, having been cancelled for three years due to the pandemic. It serves as a commemoration of the triumph over the plague and evil spirits. Villagers take part in an awe-inspiring fire dragon dance, parading through the alleys and streets of Tai Hang. The magnificent dragon, spanning a remarkable length of 67 meters, is meticulously crafted using tens of thousands of incense sticks.  

From September 28 to 29, between 8.15pm to 10.30pm, and from 8.15pm to 10pm on the final day, September 30, you can attend the public event in Tai Hang.   

Tai Hang, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.  

Mid-Autumn Festival (Sep.30) 

(Photo by Lake House)

September also marks the arrival of the Mid-Autumn Festival, a significant celebration in Chinese culture. This festival is known for its beautiful lantern displays, mooncakes, and family gatherings. You can join in the festivities by visiting the various lantern exhibitions across the city, indulging in mooncakes, and enjoying the mesmerizing beauty of the full moon. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the charm of this traditional festival in Hong Kong. 


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