Hong Kong Arts Festival 2025

HK$90.00 – HK$580.00

The Hong Kong Arts Festival, which celebrates its 52nd anniversary this year, is one of the biggest art events in Hong Kong. This mega festival attracts an impressive lineup of artists, ballet troupes, orchestras, dancers, conductors, pianists, and singers.

What to expect

There will be a number of specially commissioned works for the festival.

This year’s theme, “Years in Bloom,” brings renowned international groups and artists, including La Scala Ballet, the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, and five-time Grammy-winning singer Angélique Kidjo, to Hong Kong.

The focus is on developing original productions that showcase innovative technology, adapt beloved classics, and more. A notable highlight is the Arab Arts Focus—Morocco, Palestine, Egypt, a captivating new series that introduces contemporary dance and theatre from the Arab world.

Additionally, the 2024 edition of “No Limits” will feature ten programmes under the theme of “Showcasing Human Perspectives”, including include inclusive dance programme Shape on Us, solo digital sign language performance Scored in Silence, theatre performance Hamlet, physical theatre performance Gentle Unicorn, and violin recital by Ding Yijie called A Story in Strings. The online programmes include the seven-part TV drama Team Chocolate, documentary Goodbye CP, animated short film The Penguin Who Couldn’t Swim, and short animated love story All for Claire , which will be available in-venue and online for free.

Where is it?

Performances take place at various venues, including the Hong Kong Cultural Center in Tsim Sha Tsui, and the Hong Kong City Hall Theatre in Central.


You can register to buy purchase tickets on the HKAF website for each individual performance.

Organisers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.