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.