Clockenflap Announces Full Lineup and Schedule, Including Newly Added Acts De La Soul, Tom Grennan, Tilly Birds and 250

Saturday and Sunday tickets are still available but selling fast for the iconic music and arts festival, which takes place at Central Harbourfront on

1-3 December 2023.

[Hong Kong, November 8, 2023] Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s biggest international outdoor music and arts festival, has announced its full lineup and schedule for its upcoming edition, which takes place at Central Harbourfront from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 December 2023. Three-day weekend tickets and Friday single-day tickets

for the festival have already sold out, but Saturday and Sunday single-day tickets are still available to buy.

Newly added international acts include US hip-hop legends De La Soul, rising British singer-songwriter superstar Tom Grennan, Thai alt-rock trailblazers Tilly Birds, South Korean DJ and Korean super girl group NewJeans’ producer 250, wildly popular Australian singer-songwriter and producer Tones and I, New Zealand indie-rockers The Beths and South Korean electronic rock trio Idiotape, while new Hong Kong- based acts include all-girl band Whizz and singer-songwriter mansonvibes.

The new additions join an eclectic lineup packed with must-see international, regional

and local acts playing on multiple stages across three days:

Friday Highlights

The festival gets off to a thrilling start on Friday December 1, with J-pop superduo Yoasobi headlining on the main stage and U.K. post-punk heroes IDLES, Canadian rapper BBNO$ and Australian electro-house hellraisers Peking Duk among the other

songwriter Alex G, China’s post-rock standard bearers Wang Wen, Chinese singer/rapper Lexie Liu and Japanese post-hardcore legends envy.

Saturday Highlights

Jarvis Cocker-fronted Britpop icons PULP top the bill on Saturday December 2, with the newly added De La Soul, acclaimed U.S. singer-songwriter Caroline Polachek and seminal Chinese alternative rockers Omnipotent Youth Society also sure to draw big crowds. They’ll be joined by U.S. teen sensation d4vd, Welsh multi-instrumentalist Novo Amor, high-energy Japanese girl group Atarashii Gakko! and Hong Kong hip- hop collective Yack Studio.

Sunday Highlights

Closing the festival as the Sunday night headliner is Japanese rising superstar Joji, while there will also be hugely anticipated sets from generation-defining Taiwanese indie rockers No Party For Cao Dong, Chinese singer-songwriter Leah Dou and innovative British post-punks Yard Act. Other acts to watch out for include J-pop mavericks Wednesday Campanella, Taipei-born R&B chanteuse 9m88, British- Taiwanese musician/producer Kamaal Williams and the newly added Tilly Birds. Sunday will also see a newly announced special set from renowned guitarist Jason Kui featuring a guest appearance by Michael@Mill MILK, which is part of a mini documentary for the popular Hong-Kong-based YouTube channel Mill MILK.

In addition to the music, Clockenflap will also showcase the full, world-class festival experience that fans in the city have come to know and love, including a spectacular outdoor environment featuring multiple stages, a tempting array of irresistible F&B outlets, a dazzling array of artistic installations and a selection of family-friendly attractions.

Ticketing Details

SATURDAY and SUNDAY single-day tickets priced at HK$1,280 ARE STILL AVAILABLE but selling fast while three-day weekend tickets and Friday single-day tickets are sold out! Children aged under three years old can attend the festival for free (pre-registration for children aged under three is not required). Children aged between three and 17 years old require their own ticket, which are priced HK$880 for Saturday and Sunday single-day tickets.

Tickets can be purchased at


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