Live music, drones and a Tesla giveaway: New Year’s Eve in Hong Kong to get not 1, but 2 large celebrations after 2 years of cancellations

Two events in Hong Kong featuring a live concert, aerial drone show and massive raffle will mark the return of large-scale New Year’s Eve celebrations in the city following past cancellations amid the 2019 social unrest and the Covid-19 pandemic.A NEW TV-hosted event will span two consecutive evenings on December 31 and January 1 2022 at Central Harbourfront, with live performances by iconic Hong Kong artists Aaron Kwok Fu-shing, Vivian Chow Wai-man and Grasshopper for crowds of 16,000 people…

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