When the weather starts heating up so do our social calendars, with events and performances we can’t wait to attend. This month, Hong Kong is filled with festivals and fun activities (for the entire family) you don’t want to miss. Indulge in 200 different types of craft brews or dance the night away to your favorite K-pop band, this July anything is possible. 
Independence Day BBQ dinner at Lily & Bloom
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When we’re talking about barbecue, there’s no better day than the 4th of July — whether you’re American or not. Celebrate the festivities at Lily & Bloom with all-you-can-eat bites and free-flow Peroni beer (HK$388 + 10% per guest) to boot. The all-American fare includes dishes such as sriracha and bacon potato salad, baked Mac N’ Cheese, house-smoked baby back ribs and grilled hot dogs with a bacon and pineapple salsa. Show your true American spirit with a wings eating contest — eat the most wings in 30 seconds and win a bottle of champagne.
The Independence Day dinner at Lily & Bloom is held on 4 July from 6pm till late. 
Lily & Bloom
5/F LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central; +852 2810 6166

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Hong Kong at Fringe Club
melbourne international comedy festivalThe iconic comedy show is back, bringing some of the funniest Australian talents to Hong Kong. With Nick Cody and Cal Wilson performing their best sketches at Fringe Club, we expect plenty of laughter and giggles to get us through the work week. 
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Hong Kong will be held at Fringe Club from 9 July until 15 July. 
Fringe Club
2 Lower Albert Road, Central; +852 2521 7251

International Arts Carnival 2018
international arts carnivalIf you’re looking to spend some time with the entire family, the International Arts Carnival offers a variety of performances everyone will love. From a storytelling performance with Korean illustrations mime, music and dance to a ballet performance of Hansel and Gretel, this month-long event will keep you and the children busy all season. 
International Arts Carnival 2018 will be held at various locations in Central from 6 July until 12 August. 
For the complete program, check out www.hkiac.gov.hk
Lan Kwai Fong Beer and Music Festival 2018
lan kwai fong beer and music festival
With summer in full swing, let’s beat the heat and indulge in ice-cold brews and live music in Lan Kwai Fong. Enjoy a boozy weekend like no other with more than 40 booths serving beers from around the world and extravagant performances by some of the best rock and jazz bands. While you satisfy your munchies, the children will play their favorite games — there’s something for the entire family. 
Lan Kwai Fong Beer and Music Festival will be held from 21 July until 22 July. 
For more information, check out lankwaifong.com/LKFSummerJourney
Wanna One in Hong Kong
wanna one
The South-Korean music industry is slowly (but surely) taking over the world and luckily for us that means more concerts. Wanna One — the 11-member group who was formed through a competition called Produce 101 — is returning to Hong Kong for their first world tour, ONE: THE WORLD. With cheerful tracks such as Energetic and BOOMERANG, this concert is not to be missed! 
The ONE: WORLD TOUR will be held on 28 July and 29 July at Asia World-Expo.
For more information and tickets, check out www.asiaworld-expo.com
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