Con­certs

HK Magazine - - NIGHTLIFE -

Su­per Ju­nior Su­per Camp

K-pop gods Su­per Ju­nior, all 57 of them (kid­ding: there are only 13, but seven of them are cur­rently serv­ing in the army), head to Ma­cau’s Stu­dio City for a mini con­cert to meet the fans and to cel­e­brate their 10-year ca­reer. For the su­per­fans who care: Lee­teuk, Heechul, Ye­sung, Kan­gin, Rye­owook and Kyuhyun will be mak­ing ap­pear­ances. All tick­ets are seated. Will you be able to stay in your seat? May 28, 8pm. Stu­dio City Event Cen­ter, Stu­dio City Ma­cau, Estrada do Istmo, Co­tai, Ma­cau, $580-1,580 from aegtick­et­ing.com, stu­dioc­ity-ma­cau.com or hk­tick­et­ing.com.

Rain: The Squall

It’s rainy sea­son, and our sis­ter SAR is bring­ing in the stormy weather with the King of K-pop him­self, Rain. Part of his first world tour in years, Rain will be slick­ing the Vene­tian stage for one night only with his fa­mous dance skills, smooth pipes—and wash­board abs—be­fore head­ing off to Ja­pan, Europe and the US. Jun 4, 8pm. Co­taiArena, The Vene­tian Ma­cao, $3801,680 (VIP) from hk­tick­et­ing.com. Add

$108 for a round trip Co­tai

Wa­ter Jet ferry ticket be­tween

Hong Kong and Ma­cau.

Char­lie Lim & the Mother­ship

Don’t let this unas­sum­ing Sin­ga­porean dude fool you. in­die singer-song­writer and mul­ti­in­stru­men­tal­ist Char­lie Lim has been build­ing up a name for him­self ever since last year’s dou­ble EP re­lease, “Time/Space.” He was even seen jam­ming with Hong Kong star Khalil Fong back in Jan­uary. Don’t miss his eclec­tic blend of in­die pop, folk, R’n’B, elec­tronic and acous­tic tunes when he plays Hong Kong in May. May 22, 7pm. Hang Out, 1/F, Youth Out­reach Jockey Club, 2 Holy Cross Path, Sai Wan Ho. $280 from char­lie­lim.pelago. events; $300 at the door.

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