Get your light sticks, banners and credit card ready, because MIRROR.WE.ARE LIVE CONCERT 2022 is landing at Hong Kong Coliseum on 25 July.
A brief summary of the post-2020 Hong Kong experience: unsolicited Covid-19 troubles (with equally questionable social-distancing measures) plus the rise of MIRROR and local music. While it sounds like we’re getting the short end of the stick, there’s no denying that the Good Night Show – King Maker alumni have pumped up the Cantopop scene with an extra shot of vitality and adrenaline.
MIRROR sure has a knack for getting people hyped. I mean, what better time to announce a Hong Kong Coliseum concert than now, as the city slowly comes back to life. Even for this entertainment juggernaut, performing at the Coliseum is nothing short of a significant career milestone — can you blame MIRROR fans (and me, a casual enjoyer) for flipping out?
What we know about MIRROR.WE.ARE LIVE CONCERT 2022 (or more urgently, how to secure a ticket)
Just hours ago, West Kowloon Cultural District’s MIRROR.WE.ARE LIVE CONCERT 2022 press conference opened as a wall of balloons exploded to reveal the 12 MIRROR members before a grid concert poster, unanimously in dashing white. Swoon over these sharp dressers all you want, but don’t forget what you came here for: the When, Where and How.
Date: 25 – 31 July, 2 – 4 August 2022 (10 shows)
Venue: Hong Kong Coliseum, 9 Cheong Wan Road, Hung Hom
Upon confirmation of 10 shows spanning across late July and early August, seasoned MIRROR chasers might already have fallen down a spiral of panic — 10 sounds hardly enough, you know? Here’s a piece of advice: hold onto your Citi The Club or Mox Credit cards for presale privileges.
With ticket sale details still in the works, now will be a good time to make your voice heard. On Instagram, fans are quick to warn their comrades of ticket resellers and express their wish for a few extra shows down the line. Alternatively, leave a like to show your support; and if you have yet done so, stream Innerspace wherever you listen to music.
Here’s to another concert to remember. And welcome back, Hong Kong.
Featured & Hero Images: @mirror.weare
On the topic of concerts, check out a couple more music events coming this April and May.