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Suede Live in Hong Kong

Like a tu­mul­tuous ro­mance, Brit alt-rock­ers Suede got to­gether at the tail end of the 80s, split up in 2003, and re­united seven years later. The quin­tet are play­ing one night in Hong Kong this sum­mer, tour­ing their lat­est al­bum “Night Thoughts.”

Aug 16, 8pm. Hall 10, Asi­aWorld-Expo, Air­port Expo Boule­vard, Chek Lap Kok, $580-780 from hk­tick­et­

YourMum Presents: Daniela An­drade

Down for some sooth­ing acous­tic tunes? Cana­dian singer-song­writer Daniela An­drade will be mak­ing her head­line de­but in Hong Kong in Oc­to­ber. With a no­table fol­low­ing on YouTube of over a mil­lion mu­sic geeks, you can bet she’s got an ex­ten­sive cover reper­toire, rang­ing from Ra­dio­head’s “Creep” to a pared down, emo­tional take on Drake’s “Hot­line Bling.” Oct 15, 8:30pm. Mu­sic­zone, KITEC, 1 Trade­mart Drive, Kowloon Bay, $330 from tick­et­

danielaan­drade Con­cert in the Dark

The 1010 Con­cert in the Dark is the world’s first con­cert staged com­pletely in dark­ness, and thanks to rave re­views it’s re­turn­ing for the sixth con­sec­u­tive year. Work­ing with Di­a­logue in the Dark, the event en­ables au­di­ences to feel what it’s like to be vis­ually im­paired. A se­ries of 10 con­certs this sum­mer will fea­ture Hong Kong stars from a capella four­some C All­Star to Ju­lian Che­ung Chi-lam to Miriam Ye­ung to Joyce Cheng and more. Prof­its from ticket sales will ben­e­fit the Di­a­logue in the Dark Foun­da­tion, sup­port­ing vis­ually im­paired in­di­vid­u­als. Aug 24-28, var­i­ous times. Ro­tunda 3, KITEC, 1 Trade­mart Drive, Kowloon Bay, $480-1,500 from city­

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