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What To Expect At The Grounds This Year

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The Grounds is back and this time, with the social restrictions behind us! Here’s everything to know about this year’s family-friendly movie screenings, the F&B scene and more.

The Grounds is back at AIA Vitality Park for its third season running and it’s bigger and better than ever! Starting from Thursday, 12 October, 2023, expect loads of food options, upgraded amenities, a curated beverage selection for Mamas and Papas, and not to mention a tempting lineup of movies for the cinephiles

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The Grounds 2023 Movie Line-Up

We won’t give you major spoilers but we’re eyeing multiple screenings this year! Some of the family-friendly movies include the Oscar-winning favourite, “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, the most-anticipated “Avatar: The Way of the Water” and classics like “Matilda”. See the full line-up here.

What’s more, you’ll be able to immerse yourself even further this year with high-fidelity screening headphones that will bring the cinematic audio to life!

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Ultimate Comfort And Luxury At The Grounds

The three ticket options are classic, prime and luxe. The classic comes with 4 individual deck chairs; the prime is cosy for parents on a date night with two premium bean bags and B-project sofa chairs; and the luxe pod will see an exciting new collaboration with The Upper House (more info to come soon!). 

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Food & Drinks Offerings

From WOW Burger to Co Thanh and Bengal Brothers, there’s something for everyone’s craving. Partnering once again with BaseHall (1 and 2), the seamless mobile ordering system remains, but another addition for the sweet-toothed is Black Sheep’s Gelato Messina! 

Before the movie, parents can mingle and grab a glass of bubbly, wine or beer – think Stella Artois, Monkey47, Mumm Champagne and Sainte-Marguerite Rose Wine. 

How Much Are Tickets?

Movie screenings will start from 5pm to 10pm on weekdays, while there will be two screenings on weekends, one from 2pm to 5pm and the other from 6pm to 10.30pm. Tickets start at $200 for a solo seat; $250 per person for a four-person pod; $350 per person for prime pods and $1,000 per person for the luxe pods. 

See the line-up and buy tickets here

The Grounds at AIA Vitality Park, Hong Kong Observation Wheel and AIA Vitality Park, 33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong,

All image courtesy of The Grounds Hong Kong.

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