There’s something happening in Lan Kwai Fong every night of the week, and if it’s live music you’re after, you’re in luck.
This sophisticated speakeasy harks to an era of bygone glamour and luxury. The secret entrance is through an umbrella shop but once inside Foxglove oozes glamour, with live jazz, delicious bites and a cocktail list that pays homage to a glamorous past.
G/F, 18 Ice House Street / 6 Duddell Street, Central; +852 2116 8949
For more than 30 years, the Fringe Club has been a home for contemporary artists to show and perform their work. The old Dairy Farm cold storage depot, The Fringe Club features gallery, theatre and food and beverage spaces, as well as The Fringe Dairy, a jazz and cabaret space. There’s always a variety of live music on at The Fringe.
2 Lower Albert Road, Central; +852 2521 7251
Hard Rock Cafe
A high-energy night out at the Hard Rock is guaranteed by in-house band, ID Talent. The well-known themes and musical memorabilia here are complemented by American-style food and refreshing cocktails. Check the website for regularly scheduled events.
LG/F LKF Tower, 55 D’Aguilar Street, Central; +852 2111 3777
A stalwart of Hong Kong's live music scene, Insomnia first opened its doors in November 1999 and became a Lan Kwai Fong hot spot. A live band plays a crowd-pleasing mix of current and classic hits.
38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Central; +852 2525 0957
Orange Peel Music Lounge
Housed on the second floor of a commercial building, the Orange Peel Music Lounge is a hub for culture, art and great music. Jazz, comedy, a capella, R&B, poetry and more all feature every night of the week.
2/F, Ho Lee Commercial Building, 38-44 D’Aguilar Street, Central; +852 2812 7177
The motto at Studio is “lounge, live, late”. There’s live jazz six nights a week here, so book a table, grab a cocktail and settle in for a classy night out.
1/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central
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