Jazz, Malaysian Dance, Birdwatching and More at Indie Fest Freespace Happening
Why We Recommend it
One of Hong Kong’s favourite free outdoor festivals, Freespace Happening is packed with live music across genres, markets stalls selling locally-made arts and crafts, and fun, family-friendly workshops.
Freespace Happening was launched in 2012 by the West Kowloon Cultural District with the mission of creating a unique space for creativity and performance that’s free for all.
This month’s edition will see live shows from a mix of musicians and genres, including Taiwanese bands Constant & Change and Shallow Levée, who will be performing their blend of post-rock, emo and Taiwanese folk, and jazz from the Patrick Lui Jazz Orchestra.
Other activities around the park include lively workshops and showcases of the traditional Malaysian dance Zapin, hosted by professional dancers from Malaysia and fun events by the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society that tell the story of the black-faced spoonbill, a local migratory bird now heading south for winter.