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.


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.


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.


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.

  • London Mozart Players

    The London Mozart Players, one of the UK's finest ensembles, comes to the Shanghai Grand Theatre for a night of music by Mozart. They're joined by award-winning pianist Chen Sa. Tickets start at 80rmb and go up to 580rmb.

  • Tortoise

    American post rock band par excellence Tortoise makes their China debut, hosting in the PRC by post rock promoters New Noise (Mogwai, PG Lost, and more). The Chicago band formed way back in 1990, and in their 24-year career, they've consistently represented the quintessential defining elements of post rock.

  • The Philadelphia Orchestra

    As part of their World-renowned Orchestra Series, the Lyric Theatre brings in conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin and The Philadelphia Orchestra. Established in 1900, they're one of the world's top orchestras - The New York Times recently called them "famous for glowing strings and homogeneous richness."

  • Electric Circus

    China's first ever large-scale indoor electronic music festival hits Shanghai this May, with headliners Nova Heart from Beijing, Cosmic Gate from Germany, Swanky Tunes from Russia, DJ Falcon from France, who produced some trax with Daft Punk, and Popof, also from France.

  • Taylor Swift The Red Tour

    Country-pop crossover act Taylor Swift makes her first ever appearance in Mainland China on May 30 at Shanghai's Mercedes-Benz Arena. The seven-time Grammy winner is best known for songs like "We Are Never Getting Back Together", "Our Song" and "You Belong With Me".

  • The Venice Baroque Orchestra

    The French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky doing some impressive vocal flexing at Shanghai Stadium. Expect baroque stylings and pitches higher than The Alps - he's taking it back to the castrato days. He's well versed in the works of Seicento, Sances, Rossi, Handel, and Vivaldi.

  • Sander Van Doorn

    Another big-name Dutch DJ down at MYST. Mr. Van Doorn plays all the big EDM festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra, and Electric Zoo. Have a listen to his tunes and mixes over on Soundcloud. Presale tickets go for 100rmb, including one drink.

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra

    One of America's top five orchestras comes to Shanghai for a night of music by Glinka, Rachmanninoff, and Berlioz, conducted by Lorin Maazel and featuring the young pianist Behzod Abduraimov. Tickets start at 80rmb and go up to 2,280rmb for the best seats.

  • Richie Hawtin

    One of the world's biggest techno artists, Richie Hawtin aka Plastikman, comes to M2 for one night. He was a pioneer in the early 90s Detroit techno scene, where he threw huge raves and released tracks on his label Plus-8. Hawtin now resides in Berlin where he produces tracks for his Minus label and tours around the world.

  • Le Noir

    Acrobats and some of the world's top cirque performers at this colorful three-night show down at the Shanghai Grand Stage. Expect twenty performers, a carefully crafted set, and a spellbinding theatrical journey through red, white, and the darkness of Le Noir.

  • KIA World Extreme Games

    The 2014 KIA World Extreme Games is the most prestigious multi-event, action sports competition in Asia, featuring nearly than 200 of the best action athletes from 30 countries competing in BMX freestyle, aggressive in-line, skateboarding, speed climbing and international freestyle motocross events.

  • Shakespeare's Dunsinane

    In celebration of Shakespeare's 450th Anniversary, David Greig's Macbeth sequel comes to Shanghai for three nights. "Macbeth is dead, long live the king. Under the cover of night, an English army has swept through the Scottish landscape, killed the tyrant, and taken the seat of power…"

  • Francois-Xavier Poizat

    The talented young Swiss pianist François-Xavier Poizat comes to Shanghai for a night of classics by Chopin, Ravel, and Stravinsky. Poizat has been performing at festivals since he was twelve, and won the Tchaikovsky Competition in 2011 and the prestigious "Prix Jeune Soliste 2007"

  • The Black Dahlia Murder

    Michigan metal band The Black Dahlia Murder embark on their first China tour, bringing the new sound of heavy music to the masses. Formed in 2000, the band strings melodic death and metalcore influences into an intense and unforgettable live show.


    Swiss folk metal band Eluveitie bring their idiosyncratic mix of traditional Celtic folk, replete with traditional instrumentation, and hard rock / Gothenburg-style heavy metal. Head banging jig dancing music that tilts towards the beatific and cathartic.

  • Children Of Bodom

    The first name in symphonic melodic death metal, legacy Finish band Children of Bodom return to China for the first time since 2009. A hugely influential band to Chinese metal, expect a packed show of local metal heads.

  • Fleshgod Apocalypse

    Epic Italian technical death metal band Fleshgod Apocalypse bring the evil wizardry to China on their first tour. Expect a searing fusion of classical music and instrumentation and visceral death metal, delivered via blast beats at about 1,000 bpms.

  • Formula 1 GP

    From April 18-20, the F1 Grand Prix returns to Shanghai with all your favourite racing teams and celebrity drivers doing 56 laps on a 5.5km circuit shaped like the Chinese character "上." Head on down to check out the fastest cars on earth, exceeding speeds of 370 kph.

  • 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..