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Hong Kong’s Shi Fu Miz Festival is Coming to Roosterfish Beach Club


This upcoming Sunday, witness a special showcase of Shi Fu Miz Festival, which originally based in Hong Kong, at Roosterfish Beach Club in Bali

Still got no plans this Sunday? Head over to Roosterfish Beach Club in Bali with your friends to attend the special, one-of-a-kind showcase of the eco-conscious Shi Fu Miz festival in Bali. On Sunday, 17 November 2019, Roosterfish Beach Club is going to be filled with an array of fun activities, as well as house and techno music, from 3pm to 1am in the morning. Combining music, art and wellness in one fantastic event, Shi Fu Miz Festival is a music and art project created by the Hong Kong-based creative agency FuFu and the music collective La Mamie’s from France, in order to offer modern and original cultural activities in Hong Kong.

Held since 2016, Shi Fu Miz is a Hong Kong-based festival with some showcases organised at Wonderfruit Festival in Thailand in 2017/2018 and earlier this year, a showcase with Ice Cream Sundays in Singapore. The two-day festival has recently returned for its fifth edition on 26 and 27 October 2019 in Hong Kong with a special Boiler Room stage. There, near the island’s idyllic golden sand beaches, three stages unfolded in the grasses of Sai Yuen Farm in Cheung Chau Island. Partygoers had the opportunity to experience the best underground electronic tunes and dive into numerous activities including yoga, gong bath meditation, drumming, silent disco, street art and farming, among others.

This upcoming Sunday, witness a special showcase of Shi Fu Miz Festival, which originally based in Hong Kong, at Roosterfish Beach Club in Bali

Elsewhere, Roosterfish Beach Club also offers a variety of snacks, salads, Balinese favorites, wood-fired pizzas and grilled seafood—don’t hesitate to ask for the delectable menu options from the helpful staffs. Sip a glass of cocktail while chilling in the pool area overlooking the Pandawa Beach, or take the plunge in the swimming pool if you feel like it. In addition to the amazing lineup and awesome music, the event is free entry. However, we encourage you to reserve your table in advance by dropping a message to +62 822 3777 5099 or email to [email protected]. See you there!