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Art@Harbour 2024- First Week of teamLab Continuous at Tamar Park Fully Booked

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HONG KONG — Advance registration slots for all sessions during the first week of teamLab: Continuous, an integral part of the “Art@Harbour 2024” project, have been fully booked. The exhibition, located at the lawn area of Tamar Park, has seen an overwhelming response since online bookings opened at noon today.

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department, which oversees the event, announced that all advance bookings for the period from March 25 to March 31 were swiftly filled through the Klook system. This marks a strong start for the exhibition, reflecting high public interest and anticipation.

For those who missed out on the initial slots, the department reassured that bookings for the second week will commence at noon on March 25. Additionally, same-day bookings will be available from 1pm daily starting March 25, also via the Klook system, providing another opportunity for art enthusiasts to secure their visit.

The department emphasized that certain areas of the exhibition zone will be accessible only to visitors with a valid QR code, essential for entry to specific parts of the teamLab: Continuous display. However, those without advance registration can still enjoy parts of the exhibition that do not require a QR code. Moreover, visitors are encouraged to explore the Science in Art exhibition at the Central & Western District Promenade’s Central section, another highlight of the “Art@Harbour 2024” series.

To accommodate the high volume of visitors, the recommended duration for each visit is set at 30 to 45 minutes. Should the need arise, clearance measures may be implemented in portions of the exhibition zone to manage crowd sizes and ensure a pleasant experience for all attendees.

The unprecedented demand for the teamLab: Continuous exhibition underscores the project’s success in captivating the public’s imagination and solidifying Hong Kong’s status as a vibrant cultural hotspot. The “Art@Harbour 2024” initiative continues to draw both local and international audiences, offering a unique blend of art, science, and technology along the picturesque waterfronts of Victoria Harbour.