我們在極短時間內覓得新址，決定由頭再試一次。有著累積的經驗與更多的朋友參與，運作更趨成熟。於九龍灣的現址可容納觀眾三百餘人，更寬闊的表演台，更優質的音響設備。此外亦加建了樂隊休息室、吧台提供飲品及售賣本地唱片、街頭藝術產品的Hidden Shop。過去一年，為本地、與及世界各國不同類型音樂單位舉辦超過六十場的音樂會，音樂類型橫跨搖滾樂、重金屬、爵士樂、民謠、朋克、後搖、視覺搖滾、雷鬼、嘻哈、實驗噪音、電子舞曲等。每場演出都能提供設駐場調音員及燈光師，及由專人籌辦各類音樂表演、派對及藝術活動，務必要令觀眾與及表演者體驗到最真實的獨立音樂生命力。於2010年尾，Hidden Agenda榮獲Time Out Magazine (HK) 評為本地最佳演出場地。事實在許多外國樂隊眼中，這裡就是紐約經典搖滾場地CBGB的香港版。
Some people say: there’s no true music scene in Hong Kong. But indie musicians think other-wise, we do not depend, we make it happen.
Hidden Agenda begins in 2009. Couple of post-80s music lovers came up with a crazy thought: transforming a band practice room, which was situated in a Kwun Tong industrial building, into a live house for indie music. A year went by, with lots of trial and error, it became a local band scene’s hot spot, and a nice venue for foreign musicians as they travelling on their Asia tour. However, the so call “Industrial Building Revitalization” act by the government struck, and we were forced to terminate the venue. People wrote their names and words on the main door, and the door was given to the Art Development Council as an artwork after the artists’ parade against revitalization.
We found a new location in a very short time, and restart everything once again. With experiences and many helping hands, we managed to make lots of improvements. The new venue can hold more than 300 audiences, a bigger stage was built, and better sound system has been installed. Also we have room to build a lounge for performers, a bar for drinks, and a place for street art products and indie label CDs called Hidden Shop. Within one year, we organized more than 60 music shows for local and international artists, with diverse genre such as rock, heavy metal, jazz, folk, punk, post-rock, reggae, visual rock, hip-hop, experimental noise, techno etc. We include a Sound Engineer and Lighting Technician in every show, and an experienced planner for performances, parties and art events. We want our audience and artists to have the best possible indie experience. In the end of 2010, Hidden Agenda was picked by Time Out Magazine (HK) as the best venue in Hong Kong. In fact, many artists from abroad are taking Hidden Agenda as the local version of the legendary CBGB.