For one night only dance to Bart B More (one of the newest crazes on the international House scene) at Likuid on Friday 18th November, 11pm til late.
Bart B More has been delivering refreshing “dopeness to the dancefloors” around the world, collaborating with several famous names on the House scene such as Laidback Luke and Diplo. Combining beat driven, looped techno and electro tunes, he’s already received huge international support for remixes.
DJ Gruv will be supporting on the night.
Stuck in a dating rut and need to meet some new guys? Mark your calendars for the hot and steamy dating event that MaleBox has in store for all you single men out there.
HALO will be hosting the ultimate dating night where all kinds of gorgeous men will have the chance to drop a message of love or desire into your MaleBox throughout the night. Starting at 10pm, hunky bartenders will be providing free vodka and Pride cocktails from 11pm to midnight.
Sample a sophisticated collection of champagnes and fine cocktails at Flutes in Soho-the place to go to for an understated evening with a retro-twist.
The bar provides lively alternative entertainment and just the right intimate setting for party planners and event organizers. Flute also offers a wide range of customized premier options of superior quality French Champagne in top-shelf packages.
Those on a budget can still enjoy the drinks with Flute’s less pricey open bar packages, which include wine tastings and cash bars.
Obviously KEE Club wouldn't celebrate a huge anniversary with only one party. So after a few preview-parties if-you-will, the final (and actually on the ten year mark) celebration of KEE’s 10th Anniversary is this Friday. Legendary DJ Peter Kruder will provide the evening’s beats at the renowned club.
The international nightclub, Kee, has for the last decade given our fair city a luxurious fine dining setting, mixed with unique salon décor of bygone years but still supplying the best house tunes and old school funk.
Fall is officially events season here in Hong Kong. The weather is awesome, everyone’s in town before the Christmas holidays, and for some reason, we’re all in the mood to party. Whether you’re planning a sophisticated dinner or a booze-soaked ruckus, we’ve uncovered the coolest venues, the tastiest caterers and the wildest entertainers to help you throw the event of the year.
Everything you need to throw an epic bash.
OK, so I know it’s not exactly considered sophisticated to choose a wine by its packaging, but how can one not fall in love with these cutesy, girly, seductively illustrated bottles from Scarlet Skirts?
SS is an Aussie brand headed by a lady named Denise Hill—definitely a very smart woman who knows that looks do sell (the dress on the bottle is haute couture, BTW). I mean, think for yourselves how many times you’ve left a product on the shelves because it failed to catch your eye. Design is important, winemakers of the world!
Alternatives to Halloween
We understand that Halloween isn’t a holiday for everyone. If you are one of these tiresome people, here are some alternative suggestions for this upcoming All Hallows Weekend:
If the prospect of the long queues outside Lan Kwai Fong on Halloween night makes you want to scream, why not invite 70+ of your closest friends and co-workers to a warehouse in Wong Chuk Hang for a Caligula-esque marathon orgy well into the night?
Spooky Wan Chai Crawl - For a real fright, why not go on a haunted tour of Wan Chai? You will find all kinds of spooky sights, such as witches, grizzled ghouls and hunchbacks who only come out in the dark, plus the scary bloated pale ghosts doomed to forever wander the streets. Don’t worry if you can’t make it this Halloweekend, because the tour will also be happening next Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and every day thereafter until Hong Kong expires in 2046.
Be afraid. Be very afraid… of Lan Kwai Fong this weekend. It’s time to steel your nerves and get ready for the one weekend a year when it’s actually okay to dress all crazy-like. If you’re feeling a little out of the loop because you haven’t found anything to do or what to wear yet, then we have the perfect last-minute, lazy-person guide for you.
Now let’s see how many cheesy Halloween puns we can squeeze in...
It’s downright scary that Katie Kenny found so many events going on around town this weekend.
Some Hongkongers would rather enjoy a more intimate (and less crowded) party at home on Halloween. But that doesn't mean house partiers can't enjoy a deliciously creep-tastic cocktail. Benoit Bernardini from Soho'sEntourage has provided two cocktail recipes from his extensive repertoire for a delicious Halloween-themed night. One is for home-bartending newcomers and the second is for the daring party host. Good luck!
Here are some tips for Halloween in Hong Kong:
If you have a good body, wear as little as possible.
If you have a bad body, wear a “funny” costume and try to find a drunk person wearing as little as possible who will kiss you because your monk outfit is adorable.
If you have a weird body, wear something that distracts people from it. Like if you’ve got a strange lower body, wear a low-cut top so everybody just stares at your chest. Wait—you already do that? OK, keep it up.
If you’re an English guy, dress up like a woman. I’m not saying this because I think it’s a good idea— I’m just saying it because I know you are already planning to do it.