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18 Districts' Vibes

Date Event Details Venue Organiser Enquiry
25 January to 16 February 2024Kwun Tong Night Market in the Year of DragonA night market will be held during the period of Chinese New Year for the public to celebrate the festive occasion. Through various attractive market stalls, stage performance and game booths, the public can experience the vibrancy and energy of Hong Kong's nightlife, boosting the local economy.Free Space, Kwun Tong Town Centre (Yue Man Square)Kwun Tong District Office, Kwun Tong District Council, Hong Kong Kwun Tong Industries and Commerce Associationhkktica@hkktica.org.hk
28 January and 4 February 2024C&W District Sparkles: Vivid and Vibrant Vibes Through the Day and Night BazaarA distinctive bazaar will be held before the Lunar New Year. Dozens of sales stalls will be set up, with special discounts for some products. A diversity of youth cultural performances and newsports experiences will be arranged. To celebrate the approaching Year of the Dragon with the public, traditional cultural programmes with festive features will also be arranged.Sheung Wan Cultural Square, Wing Lok Street and Morrison StreetCentral and Western District Office, Central and Western District Council, The Central and Western District Celebrations Association docw@had.gov.hk
28 January 2024Yau Ma Tei Festival 2024In conjunction with the Temple Street Night Market, the event allows the public and overseas visitors to learn more about the characteristics, local culture, history and development of Yau Ma Tei in the daytime. Programmes will include carnival, nostalgic goods and food exhibition, traditional wooden cart competition, Pun Choi banquet and cultural tour.Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden, Temple Street and Arthur Street Temporary Playground Basketball CourtYau Tsim Mong District Office, Yau Tsim Mong District Council, Yaumati Kai Fong Welfare Advancement Association ymtkfwaa@yahoo.com.hk
1 to 14 February 2024Luen Wo Light MarketFestive lightings and decorations will be installed in the vicinity of Luen Wo Market in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Members of the public can redeem a souvenir upon spending at the merchants in Luen Wo Hui during the event period.Luen Wo Hui, Luen Wo Market, Luen Wo Hui PlaygroundNorth District Office, North District Council, Fanling District Rural Committee, Luen Woo Chamber of Commerce, Lutheran Luen Wo Market - House of Urban & Rural Living Limitedaston_cy_yeung@had.gov.hk
3 February 2024Tsim Sha Tsui Night VibesA ceremony will be held to light up Tsim Sha Tsui's Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard, Mira Place and their vicinity. Other than lighting display, there will be large luminous art installations, as well as time-limited thematic photo-taking installations just for Valentine's Day. Busking and luminous dragon dance will be held too, and shops nearby will give out promotional discounts and Chinese New Year snacks.Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard, Mira Place and their vicinity in Tsim Sha TsuiYau Tsim Mong District Office, Yau Tsim Mong District Council, Miramar Group, Owners' Corporation of the Park Lane Shoppers' Boulevard, Tsim Sha Tsui District Kaifong Welfare Associationdoytm@had.gov.hk
7 to 14 February 2024Lam Tsuen Wishing Night BazaarDuring the "Lam Tsuen Wishing Night Bazaar", there will be an authentic glowing Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree, together with the first glowing "Wish to Wish wishing placards" for the public to throw; Night stage performances including glowing lion dance, concert and colorful carnival game stalls will be provided; Tai Po specialty food including Wish bun, Hakka tea kueh, and special products from the farm near Lam Tsuen will also be provided.Lam Tsuen Wishing Square, Tai PoTai Po District Office, Tai Po District Council, Lam Tsuen Wishing Square Development Co. Ltd.dotp@had.gov.hk
9 February 2024Yau Tsim Mong Presents - The Year Of The Dragon: Countdown CelebrationArtists will perform at the venue and count down to the Year of the Dragon, which will be broadcast live in the Greater Bay Area, to promote Yau Tsim Mong. Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest GardenYau Tsim Mong District Office, Yau Tsim Mong District Council, Yaumati Kai Fong Welfare Advancement Association , TVBI Company Limiteddoytm@had.gov.hk
13 to 14 and 23 to 24 February and 13 to 14 March 2024Wish for You BazaarDuring the "Wish for You Bazaar", outdoor catering services, busking, performances by groups of the Tai Po Arts Centre (TPAC), environmentally friendly Valentine's Day decoration workshop, Lantern Festival special activities, and stalls selling different arts and cultural products will be provided. When spending a specific amount at the night market, the public can display personally designed love speeches on the "Declaration of Love" screen at the TPAC for free. It will create a warm, romantic atmosphere and hold a unique significance. Tai Po Arts CentreTai Po District Office, Tai Po District Councildotp@had.gov.hk
17 February 2024Lighting and Decoration cum Light Switching CeremonyA large-scale lighting decoration at the Tung Chung East Promenade will be installed during the Lunar New Year for citizens and tourists to take photos and enhance the festive atmosphere. A lighting ceremony will be held at the venue to celebrate the advent of the Lantern Festival with members of the public.Tung Chung East PromenadeIslands District Office, Islands District Council, The Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) under the Civil Engineering and Development Department, New Territories Association of Societiesrain_lw_lee@had.gov.hk
23 to 24 February 2024Kwun Tong District Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival The carnival features spectacular lantern displays and romantic-themed check-in decorations as well as stage performances. To make the most of the festive season, members of the public can take part in lantern riddle games, workshops on traditional cultures and other thematic goods booths.Free Space, Kwun Tong Town Centre (Yue Man Square)Kwun Tong District Office, Kwun Tong District Council and Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organisationsinfo@hkgx.hk
23 to 25 February 2024Wong Tai Sin New Year Carnival Major event will be organised to revitalise the local economy and to celebrate the traditional Chinese Valentine's Day with citizens. Programmes include a kick-off ceremony, festive lights, a bazaar featuring stalls selling traditional chinese gourmet delights and handcrafts together with performances, workshops and a kids' corner (including face-painting and balloon making). Wong Tai Sin SquareWong Tai Sin District Office, Wong Tai Sin District Councilbonnie_wf_wong@had.gov.hk
23 to 25 February 2024Islands District Lunar New Year Lantern CarnivalThe Lantern Carnival includes a market, which will be held to sell products with local characteristics, attract patrons to the Island District, and stimulate consumption. In addition, the carnival consists of large-scale lighting decoration, a hanfu experience, art workshops, cultural performances, game booths with prizes and so on to celebrate the Lunar New Year with citizens and tourists.Tung Chung East PromenadeIslands District Office, Islands District Council, The Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) under the Civil Engineering and Development Department, New Territories Association of Societiesrain_lw_lee@had.gov.hk
23 to 25 Feburary 2024Celebrating the Year of Dragon - Tsuen Wan Lantern Festival BazaarA bazaar featuring around 100 stalls operated by Tsuen Wan merchants and various kinds of entertainment for the public to celebrate the festive occcasion and boost local economy. Sha Tsui Road PlaygroundTusen Wan District Office, Tsuen Wan District Council joan_wk_lee@had.gov.hk
24 to 25 February 2024 and 1 to 3 March 2024Lighting Duet @ Sham Shui PoCombining the themes of animation, digital products, and lightsaber (as a newsport) with exciting elements such as LED installations, games and other night vibe activities, as well as game booths, decorations and special offers, a vibrant scene will be created to attract both residents as well as tourists to visit Sham Shui Po, giving a boost to the local night economy.A section of Fuk Wa Street (Yen Chau Street to Kweilin Street)Sham Shui Po District Office, Sham Shui Po District Council flora_hy_wong@had.gov.hk
24 February 2024Sha Tau Kok Lantern Festival Fun DayLantern Festival Fun Day to be held in celebration of the opening up of the Sha Tau Kok Frontier Closed Area. Festive decorations will be installed at the venue, traditional performances such as dragon boat dance (on land) will be arranged and traditional Hakka festive snacks will be distributed in order to showcase the traditions and culture of Sha Tau Kok.Sha Tau Kok Children's PlaygroundNorth District Office, North District Council, Sha Tau Kok District Rural Committeehiu_hung_cheung@had.gov.hk
24 to 25 February 2024"Sha Tin Festive Vibes" Lantern Festival Fun DayA two-day festive event to be held in Sha Tin Park with lantern decoration, photo-taking spots, stage performance and traditional handicraft stalls. Coupons from local merchants will also be distributed to participants to enhance consumer sentiment. There will also be a lucky draw to attract more participants of the event.Main Plaza and Amphitheatre of Sha Tin ParkSha Tin District Office, Sha Tin District Council, Federation of Hong Kong Shenzhen Associationsdost@had.gov.hk
1 to 3 March 2024Yuen Long Vibes MartA large-scale bazaar featuring a blended taste of urban and rural cultures will be held to promote products with local characteristics, such as traditional gourmet, handicrafts and agricultural products, etc. The bazaar will also offer photo-taking spots as well as a series of stage performances with the participation of youth and ethnic minorities. The bazaar will surely bring day and night vibes to the residents of Yuen Long.Long Ngai Path, Yuen Long Yuen Long District Office, Yuen Long District Councildoyl@had.gov.hk
9 March 2024Something Special @ Sham Shui Po A bazaar with design and creative products will be located near the Hong Kong Design Centre to encourage the public and tourists to appreciate and immerse with local designs and the textile culture in Sham Shui Po, thereby promoting the district as a nexus for the creative economy.Open Space at Tung Chau Street Temporary MarketSham Shui Po District Office, Sham Shui Po District Councilgigi_wk_leung@had.gov.hk
16 March 2024"Fete des Fleurs" - Marché le FloréalUsing the flower season in Sham Shui Po as a draw, we will invite local residents and tourists to visit different places in the district to enjoy the scenic beauty and promote our local economy. In addition to floral feature photo-taking spots and busking, there will be flower-themed cakes, snacks, ice creams, desserts and floral decorative trinkets. Catering and consumption vouchers will be distributed at various booths.Cheung Yee Street in Lai Chi KokSham Shui Po District Office, Sham Shui Po District Councilnatalie_ms_chan@had.gov.hk
20 to 24 March 2024Southern District Vibes Bazaar@Hung Shing FestivalCelebrated in the second lunar month every year, Ap Lei Chau Hung Shing Festival is listed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage item of Hong Kong. This year, to tie in with the activities to boost the local economy and promote the traditional culture of the Southern District, the event will also include a bazzar, in addition to the typical activities such as the Blessing of Water Lanterns, the Blessing of the Dragon Boats, the Festival Parade and Religious Opera Performances. The bazaar will extend its opening hours in support of the "Night Vibes Hong Kong" activities, with stalls operated by local organisations, social enterprises and eateries, in a bid to promote the characteristics and cuisines of the Southern District as well as stimulate local spending.Ap Lei Chau Park Soccer Pitch, Ap Lei Chau Park, Aberdeen Typhoon ShelterSouthern District Office, Southern District Council, Ap Lei Chau Kai Fong Tung Hing Association, Aplichau Kaifong Welfare Association, Apleichau Promotion of Tourism Association, Hong Kong Fishing Culture Association https://www.facebook.com/ApLeiChauAssociation/?locale=zh_HK

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12 to 14 April 2024 (Tentative)Kowloon City Colourful Songkran Festival 2024The event will promote the unique food, shopping, and entertainment experiences in the Kowloon City district by offering authentic Thai cuisine, music, Muay Thai competitions, and other cultural experiences, complemented by exciting activities and promotions. Moreover, the Hong Kong Kowloon City Industry and Commerce Association will collaborate with local businesses in the Kowloon City district to provide e-payment discounts and rebates to visitors, including night-time special offers.Carpenter Road Park (Tentative)Kowloon City District Office, Kowloon City District Council, Hong Kong Kowloon City Industry and Commerce Associationdokc@had.gov.hk
13 April 2024 (Tentative)Urban Blast @ Causeway Bay!Creating a street ambiance with music corners, trendy markets, and open-air dining areas to drive pedestrian traffic.Kai Chiu Road, Pak Sha Road, Yun Ping RoadWan Chai District Office, Wan Chai District Councildowc@had.gov.hk
12 to 14 April 2024Vespere Tuen MunThe event will include 26 booths selling various kinds of products, snacks and beverages, live music, and art installations, with a view to transforming Tuen Mun Cultural Square into a nighttime artistic venue. Meanwhile, shopping malls in the neighborhood will be invited to offer special catering and retail promotion during the eventTuen Mun Cultural SquareTuen Mun District Office, Tuen Mun District Council, the Federation of Tuen Mun Association and Tuen Mun Preparatory Committee for Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Tuen Mun New Towndotm@had.gov.hk
28 April to 1 May 2024 (Tentative)Kwai Tsing Bamboo TheatreBetween the celebrations of the birthdays of Zhen Jun and Tin Hau, local community groups and schools will be invited to set up booths, for vending traditional and innovative specialty snacks and handmade crafts. Performance of various themes, such as Canto-Opera, will be staged at the bamboo shed theatre within the venue. Tsing Yi Sports Association Sports Ground (38 Tsing Luk Street, Tsing Yi)Kwai Tsing District Office, Kwai Tsing District Council, Tsing Yi Rural Committeedokwt@had.gov.hk
11 May 2024Luminous Dragon Dance in Eastern DistrictA luminous dragon and lion dance performance demonstrating the characteristics of Eastern District will first-ever be held during Tam Kung Festival, together with a variety of limited dining and shopping offers, creating a joyous atmosphere in the community and boosting the night economy.Shau Kei WanEastern District Office, Eastern District Council, the Federation of Shau Ki Wan Associationdoe@had.gov.hk
23 to 27 May 2024Sai Kung Tin Hau FestivalThe Tin Hau Festival will be held at the Sai Kung Tin Hau Temple. Activities include Cantonese Opera, dragon / lion dance, dozens of food stalls and culture promotion booths. Stall operators and local businesses will offer special promotion discounts to consumers. Signature souvenirs featuring fishing villages or artistic cultures of Sai Kung will be launched. Exhibition on Tin Hau Festival will take place at Sai Kung Public School for promotion of synergy and traditional festive culture.Sai Kung Tin Hau Temple, part of Yi Chun Street, Man Yee Playgound Basketball CourtSai Kung District Office, Sai Kung District Council, Sai Kung Kai Fong Committeeskkfc100@gmail.com

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Date Event Details Venue Organiser Enquiry