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NBA action returns to Shanghai on October 14 with a pre-season game between the Charlotte Hornets and the Los Angeles Clippers. The NBA is the most popular sports league in China, so expect this thing to be packed and wild.
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.
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….
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.
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.
Historic Hongkou theater The Pearl hosts another big cabaret and burlesque show. "Guilty Pleasures" tells tales of crime, punishment, and daring escapes, through dance, burlesque, aerial acts, and song.
Dancing Moominvalley is a dance production based on The Tales From The Moominvalley, the sixth book in the popular children’s series by Finnish writer Tove Jansson. The show is choreographed by Samuli Roininen and composed by Heikki Mäenpää.
Frozen Planet is a critically acclaimed BBC documentary series depicting wild life in the Arctic and Antarctic. This is a performance of the documentary’s music accompanied by breathtaking HD images and footage of nature and scenery.
Adapted from Judith Kerr’s famous tale by David Wood, The Tiger Who Came To Tea is an Oliver Award nominated musical play happening at the Roewe Theatre. There will be sing-a-long songs and interactive pieces for children three and older.
American thrash metal gods MEGADETH make their Shanghai debut at the Grand Stage. The concert is a thirty year retrospective of their career and the group will be thrashing through their entire catalog of classic legacy metal.
British extreme metal legends Carcass return to Shanghai at Mao Live. One of the most influential and revered grindcore bands of all time, their recent reformation has seen the Liverpool four-piece headline metal festivals all over the world and release new music.
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.
One of the oldest and most popular ballets, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake tells the story of a beautiful princess cursed by an evil sorcerer's spell that can only be reversed by true love. The performance is directed and choreographed by Derek Deane, the former artistic director of the English National Ballet.
Steve Aoki, producer to the stars and serial Shanghai visitor, is back for a night at MYST. The founder of Dim Mak Records likes to ride around on the crowd in an inflatable boat, smearing cake on the faces of the assembled masses.
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.
Cellist Chu Yi-Bing and his ensemble play at the Shanghai Concert Hall on October 25. He is a permanent member of the Cologne Philharmonic Cellists, and is the last student of master cellist Maurice Gendron.
Korean-produced, kitchen-themed show Nanta is a nonverbal performance that combines comedy and Korean folk music. The story follows three chefs as they race to wash vegetables, set a fire, and prepare a wedding reception with a new and incompetent member on their team -- the manager’s nephew.
Disney on Ice skates into the Mercedes Benz-Arena for a night of magic. The ice skating performance features scenes and recreations of some of Disney's biggest movies including Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, and Beauty and the Beast.
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.