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5 Hong Kong live music events and concerts to catch this August

How packed is your summer schedule? Apart from the good ol’ beachside traditions and theme park visits, make room for these five upcoming live music events — and book your tickets fast!
We have barely warmed up to July, and it’s already time to talk about what comes thereafter. With a plethora of live music events claiming their show dates in August, it’s the perfect time to start securing your tickets and sorting out your weekend game plans. Come on Hongkongers, let’s get planning!
5 Hong Kong live music events you don’t want to miss this August

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5 live music events and concerts to catch this July

Merry Lamb Lamb GENESIS Album Concert

Merry Lamb Lamb‘s first album GENESIS just came out on 20 June, and y’know what that means — an album concert is well on its way.
Get to know the style-icon-slash-singer-songwriter and her otherworldly charm through this intimate experience.
Date: 6 August, 2022
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: The Box, Freespace, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
Get your ticket (HK$320) here from today on.

Whats Good Music Awards 2022

Ayy, Hong Kong’s first music awards dedicated to local hip-hop musicians; we vibe!
Celebrate this flourishing genre with rising talents and established icons such as JB, Luna Is A Bep and SoWhat this summer, only at Whats Good Music Awards.
Date: 6 August, 2022
Time: 7:00 – 10:30pm
Venue: Hall 5BC, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai
Get your ticket (HK$288) here from today on.

KKLIVE PLUS: Cath x per se 詩的吶喊 Concert

Poets and lyricists alike will find great delight in KKLIVE PLUS’s next concert, 詩的吶喊 (or “The Shout of Poetry”).
Cath‘s rock affinity meets halfway with the tenderness of per se, making for a new dialect of contemporary music; while the cover session is certainly something to look forward to.
Date: 6 – 7 August, 2022
Time: 8:15pm
Venue: MacPherson Stadium, 38 Nelson Street, Mong Kok
Get your ticket (HK$580 / 680) here from today on.

tgif presents: Meovv, Yuki Lovey, WHIZZ 1st Anniversary Party

thank god it*s friday (aka tgif) — café, cultural hub and master of slow living — celebrates its first anniversary with a chillaxing evening with local musicians Meovv, Yuki Lovey and WHIZZ.
Let the soft, mellow tunes of this all-female line-up soothe you into the #weekendmood.
Date: 26 August, 2022
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Revealed upon registration
Register with the QR code here.

ZUK STUDIO x TONE MUSIC 10th Anniversary Music Festival

Okay, this one is fun — you get to decide the final line-up of the festival with the power of poll. From 14 until 31 July, vote for your four favourite acts here and build your dream cast.
Date: 31 August, 2022
Time: TBD
Venue: MacPherson Stadium, 38 Nelson Street, Mong Kok

Featured Image: Merry Lamb Lamb / Hero Image: Whats Good Music Awards 2022
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Dover Park Hospice is holding its first charity concert with local artistes Kit Chan and Dick Lee as headliners

Every year – pandemic be damned – Dover Park Hospice (DPH) holds its Sunflower Charity Dinner to raise funds for patients under its palliative care programmes and services.
This year, the non-profit organisation is taking a different approach to fundraising with a charity concert on Oct 20 at the Esplanade Theatre.
Headlined by local singers Kit Chan, Dick Lee and Jocie Guo, the Sunflower Charity Concert hopes to raise $1 million while celebrating Singapore music across different generations. Karen Soh, co-chairperson of DPH’s fundraising committee and a friend of Prestige, will also be performing a piano piece on-stage. Minister for Health, Mr Ong Ye Kung, is the Guest-of-Honour.
 
Occupational therapy at Dover Park Hospice

“With the dust quite settled after battling Covid-19 and organising gala dinner virtually for two years, we have decided to hold a charity concert with the aim to bring people together physically to celebrate Singapore music across different generations,” says Karen Soh. “It also coincides with our 30th anniversary and having a concert is our way of welcoming and appreciating our donors and supporters in person for their unwavering support, especially during the pandemic. Everyone resonates with a song at different life stages or moments of their lives and we hope through music, we can reinvigorate one’s mind and lift one’s spirit.”
Alongside the one-night-only performance, DPH is also holding a silent auction that features an exclusive set of 18K white and yellow gold fancy diamond necklace and earrings, created and sponsored by Johnny Lam, general manager and lead designer of The Canary Diamond Co.
18K white and yellow gold fancy diamond necklace and earrings from The Canary Diamond Co.

Serving about 800 patients annually, DPH relies on philanthropic efforts and donations to help subsidise costs for those in the hospice, home care and day care. Looking ahead, Singapore’s first purpose-built facility for the terminally-ill will be moving to a new premise at the Integrated Care Hub, where it will expand its inpatient capacity and support services.
Tickets for the concert are available via Sistic. To further support Dover Park Hospice, visit its Giving.sg page or contact Dover Park Hospice via email.

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