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Vice brings two American avant-garde rock luminaries back to Shanghai as part of their China tour. Experimental rockers Battles from New York and progged-out synthesizer psych team Moon Duo from San Francisco play one night at Mao Live.
Shanghai Fight Night returns for its fifth year, this time at the Pudong Shangri-la Hotel, with six white-collar boxing fights and two professional fights with boxers from China, the US, Britain, and Brazil.
The young Dutch producer Oliver Heldens comes through Shanghai for a show at megaclub M2. When he was just 18, his track "Gecko" caught the attention of Tiesto and Pete Tong, and he's gone on to make tracks with Tiesto and play festivals like EDC.
For Sinatra's would-be 100th birthday, The Pearl celebrates with a tribute concert starring jazz singer Frank Bray alongside musical director Rolf Becker and the Pearl Swing Band for a night dedicated to one of the greatest voices of the 20th century.
Portland, vowels-averse indie dance rock band STRFKR make their China debut, with a show at Mao Livehouse 12/12. Don’t miss STRFKR in their Shanghai debut — poppy dance tunes about mortality and German love.
David Stern and his Paris-based Opera Fuoco are performing Alcina by George Frideric Handel at the Shanghai Symphony Hall. Alcina is an opera seria, a style of Italian opera from the era of baroque music, that tells a love story involving a sorceress who traps a knight under her spell.
Promotion company New Noise brings múm to China for a four show tour. The Icelandic band will play their electronic and acoustic-laden music with soft vocals and glitch beats for one night in Shanghai.
For the second act of the 2nd Shanghai Baroque Festival, Conductor David Stern, the Opera Fuoco, and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra are performing a series of baroque pieces including Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major, Telemann's Ino, etc.
David Stern and the Opera Fuoco will perform excerpts from George Fideric Handel's Hercules and Ariodante as their third act in the Shanghai Baroque Festival. Alice Coote will serve as the performance's mezzo-soprano.
Adam Lambert a finalist on season eight of American Idol returns to Shanghai behind his latest solo album, 2016's The Original High, which sees his trademark glam pop style infused with classic synthpop elements.
The Gruffalo is a musical based on the award-winning picture book of the same name by Axel Scheffler. The story follows Mouse, as he wanders into the woods and comes across a series of predators that he outwits with a tale of a monster.
Swiss-Chinese pianist Louis Schwizgebel plays Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, and Beethoven for one night at the Shanghai Symphony Hall. He is a current BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist and a second place winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition.
Era 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.