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Make a splendid summer splash in Macao

Beat the heat and stay cool with a refreshing roster of July events

This July, the city is brimming with events to delight and invigorate throughout the swelter of summer.

Not to be missed is the Student and Youth Show in Celebration of Macao's Return to the Motherland cum International Youth Dance Festival (Jul 20th-25th). The energetic enthusiasm of young people sparks music and dance to inspire and entertain all ages. For junior age groups, July also sees the 1st Macao International Children's Art Festival (Jul 4th – Sep 1st), offering a world of fun and art, guaranteeing families a treasure trove of happy memories.

Macao's unique East-meets-West cultural backdrop is in the spotlight this month, with several traditional celebrations taking place. Visitors can learn more about two legendary Chinese figures – Guan Yu and Lou Pan – through respectively the Feast of Kuan Tai (Jul 29th) and the Celebrations of Lou Pan (Jul 18th). Local Catholics mark the Procession of Saint Roque (Jul 14th), among the picturesque streets of the St. Lazarus neighbourhood.

Turning from the spiritual to the material, avid shoppers and bargain hunters are in for special treats this month with not one, but two, shopping festivals. The 2024 Guangdong & Macao Branded Products Fair (Jul 25th-28th) and the 2024 Sands Shopping Carnival (Jul 18th-21st) are bound to have something for everyone.

There's more. July includes an exciting line-up of musical performances, from Melco Style's Residency Concert Series: Joey Yung Eternity Concert 2024 (Jul 13th-14th, 20th-21st and 27th-28th) to Jane Zhang · LIGHT WORLD TOUR in Macao (Jul 20th). The Macao Orchestra and Macao Chinese Orchestra are also bringing their 2023-24 concert seasons to an end, with "Pushing Boundaries – Nobuyuki Tsujii with Macao Orchestra" (Jul 27th) and "Southland · Four Seasons" (Jul 28th), respectively.


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Love is in the air for August, as Macao celebrates the Qixi Festival, a Chinese tradition often dubbed as equivalent to Valentine's Day in the West. Lovebirds can bond and enjoy the city's romantic ambience, creating long-lasting memories at the Qixi Festival "Summer Experience in San Kio" (until Aug 18th).
Lovers of anime should mark their calendars for the 20th Macau Comic Festival (Aug 31st – Sep 1st). This annual event showcases a wide range of activities and promises an immersive and enjoyable experience for all.

From food for the imagination to fuel for touring visitors, via Macao's unique delicacies. What better place to sample them in August than at the Food Expo 2024 (Aug 23rd-25th), where flavours meet culinary creativity and cultural diversity?

As a City of Performing Arts, Macao's entertainment scene continues to buzz in August. The month marks the last chance to attend Melco Style's Residency Concert Series: Joey Yung Eternity Concert 2024 (Aug 10th-11th, 17th-18th and 24th-25th). Also ending this month is the 1st Macao International Children's Arts Festival (until Sep 1st), offering Macao a diverse range of activities, and creating a vibrant and interactive environment for children to explore the world of art.

Whether you're seeking a romantic escape, a cosplay dress-up, a gastronomic adventure, or some rock and pop beats, Macao has it all in August. There's a variety of locally-focused and international-appeal events to tantalise the senses and deliver unforgettable experiences.


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