CATHAY PACIFIC/ HSBC 28 - 30 MARCH 2014

Hong Kong Sevens

HK Fan Zone



The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union is delighted to announce the launch this week of the HK Fan Zone. The HK Fan Zone is a world class festival of music, sport and entertainment jointly organized by the HKRFU and the Hong Kong Tourism Board.

The weeklong festival, located at the New Central Harbourfront, offers visitors eight zones of rugby, action, fun, food, music and entertainment in a 36,000 square meter venue overlooking Victoria Harbour.

With an exciting line-up of Hong Kong's top Canto-pop and international artists, including local sensations Khalil and Mr. and international headliners 2ManyDJs, De La Soul and the Uptown Rockers, plus local iconic performers such as Eugene Pao and Allen Youngblood the six day festival is sure to raise the roof of Hong Kong during Rugby Week.

For fans, friends and families seeking to participate in and enjoy the excitement and pageantry associated with Hong Kong's premiere sport event, the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, but have not been able to secure tickets, Live coverage of all three days will be shown on four giant screens

And finally, the Family Fun Extravaganza on Sunday 30th will see a world first stage show from The Smurfs..Live shows on stage from The TeleTubbies and CBeebies Band The ZingZillas! Coupled with stilt walkers, facepainters, balloon artists and much much more the Sunday funday is a must for all kids young and old in Hong Kong.

Admission to HK Fan Zone is free. The Concerts are heavily subsidised to keep the HK Fanzone accessible to all. Jazz in the Park on Wednesday is Free Entry and all other tickets start at HK$ 150. With demand for tickets running high, we advise you to book early.

To book tickets and see the full entertainment line-up, go to www.hkfanzone.com/en/en-tickets

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