Clockenflap 2013 in photos!



Clockenflap 2013 was impressive on multiple levels. The music and arts festival turned the city’s West Kowloon district into a sea of people over the first weekend of December.

The scale of the festival was larger than ever before with a great variety of talented, top-notch artists. In fact, the number of interesting acts sometimes made it difficult to choose which performance to catch!

Below are a collection of photos that capture the feel of the festival.

Festival goers sat on the grass and mingled throughout the large waterfront park
In addition to multiple stages, there was also a silent disco that proved popular
It’s hard to take a bad photo at Clockenflap, as the location on the city’s harbor front gives amazing views in every direction

Although it has grown exponentially, Clockenflap still supports local bands and DJs. This year there were more performing everything from Reggae to retro Canto Disco!

Local DJ supergroup, Uptown Rockers have played at every Clockenflap fest

As the sun went down on West Kowloon, the action started to heat up! Nile Rodgers wowed the diverse crowd on Saturday with a long string of hits that he wrote over the decades.

Several generations of Clockenflap attendees embraced Nile Rodgers performance

With a name like Clockenflap, the festival has a wacky, indie spirit. Sneaker brand Vans did a good job integrating their tent into the festival.


In addition to using street artists to decorate their space, the brand had two barbers giving free haircuts, among other activities. Their stage featured a mixture of local acts from indie bands to DJs.

As the festival matures and gets slightly more commercial, brands offering value to festival goers is the way to go
British electronic musician Fourtet packed the Replay Stage on Saturday night
Clockenflappers turned out en masse to catch headliners Franz Ferdinand
Despite the enormous crowds, the event appeared to go smoothly
The music attracted a diverse part of Hong Kong’s population and brought smiles to people’s faces

Keep in touch with plans for next year’s festival via the Clockenflap Facebook page.


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