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The 11th annual JZ Festival happens in the lush Expo Park this October 16-18, featuring nine stages and areas showcasing jazz and all its manifestations. This year's big names are Earth, Wind, & Fire, Joss Stone, Victor Wooten, Crowd Lu, and Shunza.
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.
Contemporary Ballet – Echoes of Eternity is based on the ancient Chinese poem “Song of Everlasting Sorrow” from the Tang Dynasty. Expect an updated version of this classic love tragedy about the emperor and his beloved concubine.
URVC celebrates one year in the vinyl game with three big bookings and parties over three nights, with boogie, R&B, '80s funk, house, disco and future shiz by POMO, Crazy P, and Crackazat. Tickets for these parties all include a free drink and a URVC T-shirt.
Infinity Summer and Mook present a brand new music festival for Shanghai. It's a carnival-themed house and trance rave, similar to EDC. Headliners include Dzeko & Torres, ALVARO, Roger Shah, Ben Nicky, Sonny Wharton, and Genik.
Cuban native songwriter Maykel Blanco and his band Salsa Mayor are bringing in Latin jazz on their ¡Vívela! Salsa Tour 2015. Big names in the Latin music world, they keep their style true to Salsa Cubana traditions.
Multi-platinum Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons arrive in Shanghai for the first time ever. They went straight to top of the Billboard charts in 2013 for their single "Radioactive", which Rolling Stone called "the biggest rock hit of the year".
Another jazz guitar master makes his China debut at JZ Club this August. The Chicago Tribune called Kurt Rosenwinkel "One of the most widely applauded guitarists of the under-50 generation". He's been touring with Pharoah Sanders lately. Fans of Pat Metheny take note.
Technical metal wizards (and Guitar Hero heroes) Dragonforce play Mao Livehouse for Painkiller Magazine's 15-year anniversary celebrations. Metal kids definitely going "Through the Fire and Flames" to get into this one.
In 1989, just before the end of apartheid, Athol Fugard penned My Children! My Africa!, which portrays his country on the cusp of revolution. It is the first play by the South African playwright to be produced in China.
Three-story spiders, Nosferatu and Buster Keaton, flappers and demons, butterflies, and wolves -- this wildly inventive The Magic Flute is like no other. Fresh off of winning 2015 Opera Company Of The Year, the renowned,trendsetting Komische Oper Berlin is visiting Shanghai for three nights only.
A train driver accidentally kills a mother and child, searches fruitlessly for their identities, then later encounters an old gravedigger who helps the desperate man unburden his conscience. The Train Driver is the third play to arrive in China by critically acclaimed South African playwright Athol Fugard….
Bon Jovi have rocked 2900 concerts in at least 55 countries, sold over 130 million albums, and been the world's number one touring act four out of the past five years. They're finally playing Shanghai for the first time ever, as AEG brings the boys from Jersey to the Mercedes Benz Arena.
This live musical megamix features tunes from different eras of Broadway musicals -- from the classic shows of the 1950s to the blockbusters of the '80s and into contemporary Broadway. Fun for the whole family.
Multi-platinum British rock band Muse land in China for the first time at the Mercedes-Benz arena. They're touring in support of their new album, Drones. Expect a massive live show with intense visuals and special effects.
Tap Dogs is back! After a successful run in 2014, the six-man Aussie squad returns to Shanghai for another humorous and powerful performance. Expect fast-paced, energetic routines that fans of Stomp will love.
The premiere tennis event of the Shanghai, the annual Shanghai Masters is a pro knockout tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It's part of the ATP World Tour Masters and sees the world's greatest tennis stars battling for prize money in excess of four million US dollars.
The Australian Ballet returns to Shanghai after a ten year absence to perform three ballet masterpieces. The mixed program showcases some of the ballet world's finest choreography, athleticism, and emotional storytelling.
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 acts and motorcycle cage stunts.