13th May 2021 – (Hong Kong) Hong Kong’s ultimate socially distanced garden party will be launched at Central Harbourfront towards the end of May on 22nd May. Designed to deliver a premium hospitality and F&B experience with a dash of friendly rivalry, The Lawn Club will bring a carefully curated experience combining the atmosphere of large-scale events with the safety and intimacy of private gatherings.
The Lawn Club will adopt the concept of socially distanced private pods, with the best of summer sports, live music, top dining experience and summer garden games for all. The Lawn Club is operated by the The Grounds team. The Central Harbourfront event space will become a large summer leisure and entertainment space.
There are a variety of outdoor activities such as lawn sports. Everyone can experience a variety of classic lawn sports on the lawn, such as Boules, Bocce, Croquet, Cornhole, etc. It is suitable for all ages and friends to easily compete with friends and family.
Doors Open: 5pm. Pods are allocated on a first come first served basis – so do arrive at The Lawn Club early to avoid congestion at entrances. Food & Beverage service is available once doors open, so when you arrive early, you can order up, settle in and let the good time start.
Tickets start from 4 Person Pod at HK$600 +HK$40 fee to 4 persons Peroni Pod (Limited) at HK$800 + HK$40 fee.
YOUR PRIVATE POD INCLUDES:
- 2.5m x 2.5m picket fenced garden
- 1.5m distance between each pod
- 4 x extra large deck chairs
- 1 x table
- 1 x lamp
Glastonbury Festival Presents Live at Worthy Farm – a screening brought to you by the GREAT Campaign
Live At Worthy Farm is an exclusive global Livestream event filmed across Glastonbury Festival’s Worthy Farm home, including the Pyramid Field and the Stone Circle, and each screening will run for five hours on Sunday, May 23rd.
Afternoon Screening – 11am-4pm HKT
Evening Screening – 5pm-10pm HKT
The line-up of artists performing includes Coldplay, Damon Albarn, HAIM, IDLES, Jorja Smith, Kano, Michael Kiwanuka, Wolf Alice, and DJ Honey Dijon, and there will also be a number of unannounced surprise performances across the evening too.
Live At Worthy Farm will support Glastonbury’s three main charitable partners, Oxfam, Greenpeace and WaterAid, as well as helping secure the Festival’s return in 2022.
The Lawn Club will be at the iconic Hong Kong Observation Wheel & AIA Vitality Park, conveniently located at the Central Harbourfront, with the beautiful Hong Kong Skyline as a backdrop.
To book your tickets, click HERE.