HMV is hosting a series of live music shows showcasing local musicians and artists in Hong Kong. This weekend sees Adian da Silva, Masaki Heung and Tony Lee perform on March 4, and duo SiS Lok’s perform on March 5 at HMV’s flagship bar and restaurant in Causeway Bay.
Adian Da Silva x Masaki Heung x Tony Lee, March 4, 8-9 pm; SiS Lok’s, March 5, 8-9 pm, visit hmv.com.hk for more information.
Crawfish Boil at The Walrus
It’s hard to find a good old-fashioned backyard-style cookout, but The Walrus hopes to up the ante with a Cajun-style crawfish boil this Saturday. Dig out your cowboy boots, wear your favourite plaid shirt and bring out those koozies for a party filled with crawfish, oysters and drinks at the popular oyster bar.
Blindspot Gallery will be launching two exhibitions simultaneously this Saturday, where guests will have the chance to mingle with the artists. Fragments of Future Histories showcases objects, installations and photographs by Cédric Maridet, who explores the relationship between man and environment through his fieldwork in exotic, abandoned places. A Permanent Instant: instant photography from 1980s-2000s by Hong Kong artists is a collection of unique photographs that reflect a western-influenced Hong Kong in that time period.
Opening reception, March 5, 4-6:30 pm. The exhibitions run until April 23, 2016. For more information, visit blindspotgallery.com.