‘City Contemporary Dance Festival’ (CCDF) is an iconic contemporary dance event in Hong Kong initiated by City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC). Through a series of performances, seminars and various artistic exchange activities, the CCDF connects top-notch contemporary dance artists from Hong Kong and abroad with local audiences, international curators and dance practitioners, as well as promoting the development of contemporary dance and building international networks.
City Contemporary Dance Festival 2023
The ‘CCDF 2023’ gathers dance performances from different regions, as well as a series of networking events to facilitate cultural exchange, including: sharing sessions, symposium and presentation, and more. Local programmes will be held from 11 – 16 November. Overseas delegates and local practitioners may register for a ‘Festival Pass’ that is valid from 17 – 19 November to attend multiple programmes.
Tickets now available at CCDC, CCDF websites and URBTIX.
‘Festival Pass’ includes tickets of Stream of Dust, all performances of ‘HOTPOT East Asia Dance Platform’, and other Festival activities. Now exclusively available at CCDC website.
City Contemporary Dance Festival 2021
‘City Contemporary Dance Festival 2021’ presented multiple programmes under the theme Danzcation. Although the pandemic confined us to this city, CCDC still promoted contemporary dance by offering a dynamic arts experience for local audiences. The Festival focused on the relationships between self-identity, the city and one’s hometown.
City Contemporary Dance Festival 2019
‘City Contemporary Dance Festival 2019’ focused on the cities we live in. Extraordinary dance companies/ artists from Hong Kong and abroad were invited to contemplate and reflect on the urban life in dynamic ways and from multiple perspectives. Their dance creations were staged across different venues and public spaces in Hong Kong.
City Contemporary Dance Festival 2017
‘City Contemporary Dance Festival 2017’ focused on the creativity in East Asia. It presented a collection of works from South Korea, Japan, the Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. It attracted delegates from 25 countries/regions. The Festival received the ‘Outstanding Services to Dance’ award at the Hong Kong Dance Awards 2018.