Bored Ape Yacht Club Members Got An Ape Fest Overview During The Community Council's Space Today
The Bored Ape Yacht Club received an overview of the Ape Fest 2023 itinerary during this afternoon's BAYC Community Council Twitter Space, as Spicy Tinaa explained when Apes should arrive in Hong Kong.
On Thursday, the BAYC Community Council held a Twitter Space with Yuga Labs’ Digital and social media Director, Ian De Borja and Yuga Labs’ Community lead Spicy Tinaa where they discussed all things Ape Fest and Fuck It Saturday.
During the Space, Spicy Tinna was asked when BAYC members should arrive in Hong Kong and when the BAYC’s Ape Fest festivities would begin.
Spicy Tinaa replied that she’d tell BAYC members to arrive in Hong Kong on Thursday November 2nd and that the first Ape Fest events will take place on Friday, November 3rd.
“Friday day is when the registration will open and everybody can head over to PMQ (a historic site of the old Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters, which is now a mixed-use arts and design venue in Hong Kong, according to Google.) and start picking up wrist bands and check out some things we got going on there,” Spicy Tinaa said. “Friday night is going to be a bunch of community happy hours that will be planned all over the city.”
Spicy Tinaa went on to say that she’d tell Apes to stay in Hong Kong through Sunday, November 5th, because there are a ton of events happening around the city!
“Sunday morning is when there are more activates planned at PMQ; a brunch type of deal,” she said. “We are getting inbounds about different subcommunity events that are happening. Shoutout to the Hong Kong Elite Apes who are planning a rad event for Sunday. We’ve been hearing from the CryptoPunks that there’s something coming together there. So just a lot of satellite events are coming together for Sunday; so, we’d highly recommend staying through Sunday night for that. So, Thursday through Sunday is my recommendation.”
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, the BAYC has said that this year’s Ape Fest will be more about connecting with your fellow primates than listening to music.
"We’re doing things a little differently this year, with lots of ways to catch up with old frens and make new ones," the BAYC wrote on its Ape Fest website. "Less of a music festival, more of an epic, unhinged family reunion.”
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Ape Fest 2023 and is working on bringing you more coverage of today’s Twitter Space. Stay tuned for updates!