Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Festival at Lee Gardens

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Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Festival at Lee Gardens

The Sevens takes over Causeway Bay with the biggest party in town

Whether you've got a ticket for the rugby or not, you'd be mad to miss out on the festivites planned across 16 days at Lee Gardens.

First up, the longtime favourite Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens FanWalk returns on April 6-8 with live streaming of all the games, street performances and plenty of food and drink! On the same dates, the Wolfpack Ninjas descend on Lee Gardens with a specially created obstacle course for six-16 year olds. 

For those who prefer a controller over a ball, April 3-8 is your time to shine with E-Sports tournaments being held over the course of six days with a load of popular sports games covered, including FIFA18, NBA2K18 and a drone flight simulator game from DJI

Need a bit of relative peace from the Sevens madness? Then be sure to check out the Sevens Clubhouse from April 6-8. Seasons Restaurant is offering – along with some respite – four Carlsbergs or two Sacred Hill wines for $100. They'll also have the games live-streamed on the big screen along with live acoustic music and Q&A’s with their rugby ambassadors.

Rounding out the festivities is EGGsentially Art! Rugby Edition between March 30 and April 2 – four days of rugby clinics for the wee 'uns, cultural performances and an egglette and milk tea festival. Finally, don't miss a treasure hunt like no other with the March 24 - April 8 StreetMAZE Hunt – download the game on the HK7s app and try to find all the street that will be popping up in the area.

In addition, keep an eye out for the various activations popping up around Lee Gardens. HSBC are bringing back their well-loved ‘Try Rugby’, Cathay Pacific are encouraging you to ‘Scrum as One’ on their scrum machines, Cigna are encouraging guests to ‘Bounce into Life’ at their photo opp, Kukri have some top-of-the-range gear for you to purchase and Marriott Rewards have set up a pop-up restaurant to tantalise your tastebuds.

 

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