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Danish vocal pop / a cappella group Basix returns to Shanghai for a night at the QSW. They've been together since 1999, winning five CARA awards -- including "Best European Album" -- touring the world, and releasing five albums of pop, jazz, r&b, soul, and rock.
Backstreet's back [in Shanghai]. The multi-platinum boy band is coming to the Shanghai Grand Stage for their In A World Like This Tour, with the full original lineup.
Huge show for metal fans, as Grammy-nominated metalcore pioneers Killswitch Engage finally make their China debut, with support from Swiss melodic death metal band Dreamshade.
JZ's annual spring festival in Jing'an returns, with music in the park, out in the streets, and in Shanghai Centre for a few of the biggest shows, featuring guitarist Lawrence Ku, jazz vocalist Tina May, and The Asian Jazz All-Stars Power Octet.
This family-friendly play from Spain teaches kids about communication, dreams, and how we interact with others. No words in this one – just gestures, shapes, painting, and a magical piece of paper.
Shanghai's biggest annual extreme sports event, The 2015 KIA World Extreme Games, returns for their 9th round. This is the most prestigious multi-event, action sports competition in Asia, featuring nearly 200 of the best action athletes from almost 30 countries.
The virtual, animated band Gorillaz comes to Shanghai for the first time. This one is DJ set and autovisual show, with music spun by "Russel Hobbs", one of the virtual Gorillaz characters.
Big house / techno / hip hop booking at Bar Rouge. They've got the French DJ / Producer Brodinski, who co-produced tracks on Kanye's Yeezus album with Daft Punk.
You've probably seen the film -- here comes the underground theater adaptation by Urban Aphrodite in warehouse club Arkham. Expect an intense performance unlike anything you've seen in Shanghai, with lots of audience participation.
For four nights only, Apphia Campbell brings back her self-written one-woman play Black Is The Color Of My Voice, the hit musical inspired by Nina Simone. This is Apphia's farewell performance for Shanghai before she relocates to the UK.
Grammy Award-winning Mezzo-soprano vocalist Joyce DiDonato performs an evening of royal arias from the 17th and 18th centuries from composers like Scarlatti, Monteverdi, Giacomelli, Vivaldi, and more at the Shanghai Grand Theatre.
Top 100 DJ Daan Romers, better known as Dannic, sails in from the Netherlands for one Friday night. Best known for his collabs with Hardwell, Dyro, Sick Individuals, he’s hosted his own show “Front of House” since 2013 and publishes through Revealed Recordings.
Shanghai is hosting the 4th leg of this Tour of the world’s most popular equestrian event, featuring the Top 30 internationally ranked show jumpers. Olympic, World, and Continental Champions will battle for the overall season Champion of Champions 2015 title.
Elvis Presley. The King Of Rock And Roll. In Chinese, "The Cat King." Elvis tribute artist David King comes to Shanghai for a night based on the Elvis '68 comeback special and the '72 Vegas show. Expect forty of The King's greatest hits and big fun for the whole family.
The Pearl theater does another wild night of burlesque performances, aerialist shows, and song and dance -- this time with the theme of heaven and hell.
Monaco's premier orchestra comes to Shanghai for a night of Rossini, Ravel, Rossini, and Beethoven, at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. They are led by Italian conductor Gianluigi Gelmetti, one of the modern era's most prestigious conductors.
The first ever Shanghai Comic Con arrives this May, organized by the same people who made the New York Comic Con, Bookcon, and the Star Wars Celebration Fan Festival. Expect comic book artists, actors, and a lot of cos-players.
S.T.D. host the frantic UK breakbeat / acid pioneer Squarepusher. Fans of Aphex Twin will find much to like here. For this show, Squarepusher is playing a full live set with instruments and visuals.
Alt-rockers Final Stair from Germany play their first show in China. Dressed in stage costumes resembling traditional uniforms, they play forceful alternative rock fresh from the streets of Berlin.
A warm, neon adaptation of two of the world's most classic fairy tales: The Ugly Duckling and The Tortoise and the Hare. Expect electroluminescent ducks and glowing animals in this show that's suitable for ages five and up.
The award-winning theatre adaptation of the hit 1990 film Ghost comes to Shanghai for the first time. The play tells the story of two young lovers in NYC. When one is murdered, he gets stuck between the real world and the after-life...
One of the world's most famous DJs, and a perennial Shanghai favorite, Paul Van Dyk returns to MYST. Van Dyk has been ranked in the Top 10 of DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs since 1998, and was ranked at Number 1 in 2005 and 2006. Always a packed out party so get your presale tickets now for 180rmb.
The Roman chamber orchestra I Musici, founded in 1951, arrive in Shanghai for a one-day children's workshop. Kids can learn about their world famous instruments and experience the wonder of these masters' performances.
Shanghai debut for French cosmic progressive rock giants Magma, who have been together since 1969 in Paris, singing in their own made-up extraterrestrial language, and playing their own music genre, "Zeuhl".
IT workers and PR staff punching each other in the head for charity again at Shanghai's ritziest boxing event, the Brawl on The Bund - White Collar Boxing. Black tie dress code strictly enforced here.
FUN Theatre presents Refracted Shadow, a Dark Theatre dance play absent of stage lighting. Handheld lights, bulbs, and tubes create a montage of light and shadow. Follow the chaos of love and life among urbanites.
Classical music performed with humor and a big collection of woodwind instruments. For two days only, The UK's Classic Buskers' will showcase a wide variety of music that ranges from Mozart all the way to South American folk music. Could be a good concert for the whole family.
U-Theatre presents a new performance show that Times called "A synthesis of theatre, percussion, martial arts, and meditation". Expect lots of dancers and drummers.
British playwright Sarah Kane’s ultimate work, 4.48 PSYCHOSIS is the depiction of a mind in crisis. The one-act piece follows clinical depression and the contemplation of suicide. Met with critical acclaim since it was first staged in 2000, it will be performed with Chinese dialogue and English subtitles.
They say you haven't been to Shanghai unless you've seen the acrobats. A multi-million dollar show, "ERA - Intersection of Time" is Shanghai's most popular acrobatic show, featuring the gamut of traditional and contemporary Chinese acrobatics from aerial walking, bowl balancing, and trampoline shows to high flying trapeze a..