Fri, Aug
23

The Chainsmokers World War Joy Live in Hong Kong

8:00pm – 9:30pm
HK$588.00 – HK$1,088.00

Billboard-topping EDM pop duo The Chainsmokers will be performing for one night only in Hong Kong, so don’t miss out on your chance to see them live.

The show takes place on August 23 at 8 pm, at the Arena of AsiaWorld-Expo on Lantau Island.

The Chainsmokers World War Joy Live tour makes seven stops in Asia, in Manila, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei and Shanghai, so this is an awesome opportunity to see them in action.

The award-winning team of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart have topped the charts in recent years, with a number of platinum hits “Paris”, “Something Just Like This” and “Don’t Let Me Down”, to name a few.

The show is about 90 minutes long with no intermission. Luggage storage is available at AsiaWorld-Expo if you happen to have a bag with you as bags are not allowed in the venue.

Ticket info

For the best seats in the house (reserved), tickets cost HK$1,088.00, with the next best costing HK$788.00 and HK$588.00. Note that the HK$588.00 tickets have a restricted view so it may be worth the extra HK$200.00 to actually see the show better.

Tickets are available online at HK Ticketing and you can purchase a maximum of six tickets, regardless of the price.

To avoid long lines on the day of the show, you can pick up your tickets the day before the concert, at any of HK Ticketing’s official Authorised Agents, which can be found all over Hong Kong.

The event organisers are offering special transportation arrangements for concert-goers. You can buy a Special Airport Express Fare from Hong Kong Station/Kowloon Station to AsiaWorld-Expo (HK$60.00 for same-day return). Alternatively, take the Point-to-point Express Bus Route X1 – Express transit at MTR Tung Chung Station and Direct A-route Buses to AsiaWorld-Expo.

Related Events
  • Big Buddha Lantau
    Wed, May
    19

    Buddha’s Birthday

    The birthday of Lord Buddha is one of the largest Buddhist festivals in Hong Kong, as well as being a national holiday. In 2021, Buddha’s Birthday falls on May 19th, and Buddhist temples all across Hong Kong hang lanterns, burn […]

    Free
  • May 17
    ~
    May 20

    Cheung Chau Bun Festival

    The sleepy island of Cheung Chau is known for three things: pirates, windsurfing, and the Bun Festival. But it’s the Bun Festival that keeps visitors coming back, year after year, to see what is no doubt Hong Kong’s most unique […]

    11:00am – 1:00am
    Free
  • art central hong kong
    May 20
    ~
    May 23

    Art Central

    Hong Kong has long positioned itself as a creative hub in Asia, and Art Central has become one of the most anticipated events in the arts community. Shining a spotlight on contemporary work coming out of the Asia Pacific region, […]

    HK$170.00 – HK$550.00
  • May 21
    ~
    May 23

    Art Basel 2021 – Hong Kong

    Art Basel is one of the region’s biggest and most respected art events, bringing together established artists and new emerging talent from around the globe. The participating galleries for the 2021 event have yet to be announced. In previous years, […]

    HK$150.00 – HK$950.00