Welcome to SmartTicket

This is SmartShanghai's online ticket reservation and delivery service. It's easy to use, and we provide not only a simple ticket purchasing service, but we'll also deliver the tickets to your door (payment for the tickets on receipt of delivery), and provide you with all the information you'll need to get yourself to the event venue.


Ticket Prices

We work directly with concert promoters to secure tickets for our users: you pay the price that's printed on the ticket, plus a handling fee to SmartTicket. This handling fee includes the delivery of the ticket to most areas in Shanghai.


Payment

We only accept payment upon delivery. You can pay in cash or with a local Union Pay Card (with your pin number). Unfortunately, due to local regulations we are unable to accept foreign credit cards or online payments.


Delivery

SmartTicket offers free delivery within the first ring-road in Shanghai. A 20rmb delivery fee applies for deliveries outside the first ring-road. We deliver to hotels, offices, and private residences, even on weekends and in the evening.


Contacts

Get in touch with us here, or call 400 821 3624 from Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm if you have any questions regarding your online bookings.


  • Piano Recital by Jenny Q Chai

    A night of "fairy tales for grown ups" from award-winning pianist Jenny Q Chai comes to Shanghai for one night as part of the 2014 Chamber Concerts series at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. She's played at Carnegie Hall and garnered big acclaim from The New York Times.


  • Slowdive 2014

    Legacy UK shoegaze band Slowdive is making their China debut fresh on the heels of their recent reunion. One of the key bands of the genre, Slowdive is an internationally revered shoegaze act, in China for just one night at the QSW.


  • Der Ring des Nibelungen

    Two days of German opera broadcasted in glorious HD at the Lyric Theatre. Experience all the onstage and backstage action via fifteen HD cameras. Two days with different programs, Die Walküre on day one and Götterdämmerung on day two. Sung in German with English/Chinese subtitles.


  • Richard Marx 2014

    80s pop/ballad star Richard Marx, he of "Right Here Waiting" and "Now and Forever" fame, returns to Shanghai for another show. He's sold over 30 million records worldwide and people here love him. Re-live the summer of '87 for one night only.


  • Kammerchor Stuttgart

    The highly-acclaimed Kammerchor Stuttgart orchestra arrives in Shanghai along with its conductor and founder Frieder Bernius. They've been doing this since 1968. Expect a versatile choir whose repertoire spans four centuries and even some opera, oratorio, and a cappella. Simply put, one of the classical shows to watch in 20..


  • Dance Theatre Dreams of Zen

    A mesmerizing modern dance piece adopted from one of The Four Great Classical Chinese Novels -- "A Dream in the Red Mansion." Instead of telling the detailed story, the production focuses on the philosophy of Buddhism and Taoism. Tickets start at 80rmb and go up to 380rmb for the best seats, delivered to your door.


  • Aristocrats

    One for the appreciators of stringed technical wizardry -- The Aristocrats three-piece jazz rock, experimental jam combo do a show at QSW. Three of the most adventurous and gifted musicians performing music today. Don't miss out if you value extreme, technical rock virtuosity.


  • The Neighbourhood

    American indie band The Neighbourhood comes to Shanghai for the first time this August. The young group blends indie rock, electronica, hip hop, and R&B. They hit number one on Billboard's alternative chart and their single "Sweater Weather" went double platinum. One night only.


  • Dancers of Baiser Vole

    World class ballet comes to the Shanghai Grand Theatre this August. The program features Black Swan Pas de Deux, Revelation, and Creatures. Limited engagement, one night only.


  • Shangri-La Dynamic Yunnan

    You don't need to fly to Yunnan to experience its dynamic culture. This world-renowned live dance and music show combines stage, ecology, hundreds of light effects, loads of silk, and 68 different kinds of drums.


  • Tap Dogs

    Next-level tap dancing from Australia's award-winning Tap Dogs crew. They've performed in over 330 cities and six continents, including a show at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Expect tap dancing underwater, upside down, and even while jumping through scaffolding. Crazy.


  • Kenny G 2014

    The world's biggest-selling instrumental musician and biggest-selling jazz musician of the modern era, Kenny G, returns to China to drop some smooth tunes on his many fans. The multi Grammy-winning artist and his band will perform songs from his massive repertoire of music, from old classics to his latest material.


  • TOE China Tour

    First ever Shanghai appearance of one of the biggest instrumental bands on this planet – Japan's TOE. Expect an intense post rock experience of beautiful harmonies performed by world class musicians.


  • El Gran Combo

    One of the world's biggest salsa bands – for over 50 years – comes to Mao Livehouse for the proper salsa concert that Shanghai has been waiting for. El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico have sold over 120 million records, played to packed crowds at Madison Square Garden, and hold the record for most number one hits on the Latin..


  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    This much loved romantic comedy comes to Shanghai as part of Shakespeare's 450th birthday celebration. Expect a surreal night of fairies, spells, lovers, and plenty of mischief. Limited engagement, three nights only.


  • Swan Lake

    Matthew Bourne's thrilling and stylish take on one of ballet's most loved classics comes to Shanghai this fall. This production of Black Swan has won over 30 international theater awards, including a Tony Award for Best Choreography and an Oliver Award for Best New Dance Production.


  • Shanghai Rolex Masters

    The premier tennis event of the Shanghai season, with over 100 of the world's greatest tennis stars battling for prize money in excess of three million dollars.


  • Das Musical Elisabeth

    The most successful German-language musical ever comes to Shanghai this winter. Elisabeth tells the story of Sisi, the Empress of Austria, and her long relationship with Death. Expect lavish costumes, choreography, and set design. Performed in German with Chinese and English subtitles.


  • ERA

    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..