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Live Music Venues to Enjoy in Hong Kong 2024

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Hong Kong’s vibrant live music scene, fueled by homegrown talents and international acts. With venues embracing their passionate heart and soul, offering top-notch acoustics, creative cocktails, and enticing cuisine. Enjoy genres like jazz, rock, and pop for an unforgettable night out.

01. Champagne Bar


Champagne Bar exudes a timeless cabaret ambiance with its subdued lighting, sumptuous velvet accents, and a crystal ring chandelier shimmering above the bar, creating an aura of sophistication that might make one wonder if they’re underdressed. Hailed as Hong Kong’s go-to destination for champagne enthusiasts, the Grand Hyatt location’s lavish façade is complemented by an exceptional selection of wines, bubbles, and gourmet delicacies like caviar, foie gras, and oysters. The live jazz performances seamlessly blend with the refined atmosphere, transporting guests to an era where flappers might take the stage at any moment.

Champagne Bar, Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

02. Dragonfly

Dragonfly via Instagram

Dragonfly, a Bohemian-themed Art Nouveau cocktail lounge, captivates with its stunning lighting and lavish decor, appealing to dark academia enthusiasts. The ambiance is further elevated by the soft-mood lounge music. Upon entering, guests are greeted by a breathtaking winged maiden sculpture over the bar, encased in antiquated gold-tone metal, paying homage to Art Nouveau icon René Lalique. The sombre blueish-greenish tint, reminiscent of the first Twilight film, is the creative vision of Australian interior designer Ashley Sutton. Mosaic tabletops and lamp shades in the same hue glisten, effortlessly creating glossy magazine-worthy shots, regardless of how steady your hands are under the influence.

Dragonfly, Shop 10 – G1, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

03. Foxglove

Foxglove via Facebook

Foxglove, dubbed “a place of most exquisite wonder,” immerses guests in the culinary biography of fictional world adventurer Frank Minza from the early 20th century, with exotic twists on classic cocktails and unexpected weekend dim sum free-flows. The highlight is the live jazz music performed before a 1940s jet engine-inspired set, transporting patrons to the golden age of aviation as they sip vintage spirits and let their thoughts dance to the bygone era’s tunes, creating an exquisitely wondrous experience.

Foxglove, 2/F, Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central

04. Ella

Ella via Instagram

Named after Ella Fitzgerald, Singular Concept’s new bar Ella transports guests through live jazz performances, soulful tunes, and sultry saxophones. While celebrating jazz, the bar also embraces Latin, R&B, and pop genres. Ella’s cocktails draw inspiration from the New Orleans jazz scene, offering a taste of the city’s spirit for those yet to visit. Patrons are encouraged to check social media for updates on the latest musical acts gracing this love letter to jazz from New Orleans to Hong Kong.

Ella, 26/F, The Trilogy, HCode, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong

05. Terrible Baby

Terrible Baby via Facebook

Terrible Baby, one of the best music venues in Kowloon, lives up to its unconventional and daring name derived from the French phrase “l’enfant terrible,” referring to young, talented individuals who shock with their innovative and unorthodox approach. Inspired by the Dadaist art movement, this venue pushes boundaries by hosting diverse live artists every week, offering fresh and bold musical experiences. Complementing the audacious performances are equally creative and ambitious drinks, crafted to accompany the cutting-edge tunes. Despite its misleading name, Terrible Baby is a haven for greatness, celebrating fearless passion and boundary-pushing artistry.

Terrible Baby, 4/F, Eaton HK, 280 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong