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.
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From your TV set to the stage, the world’s most famous improv show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” returns to Shanghai with four comedians taking suggestions from the audience and spinning up some hilarity right before your eyes.
Urban Aphrodite and The Pearl present…"The Jewels of Shanghai,” China's first international Pole Dance Competition. Semi-professionals and amateurs will compete in various categories such as athleticism, showmanship and theme interpretation.
VICE-approved Chrome Sparks is a Brooklyn-based artist known for everything from down-tempo head nodders to up-tempo club bangers. He's played around the world alongside Chet Faker, Cashmere Cat, and more. He's rocking a live set at YYT in Shanghai -- don't miss.
The Pearl presents, "A Century of Sinatra", on the occasion ole blue eye’s one hundredth birthday. Join incomparable Shanghai jazz crooner Frank Bray along with the 17-piece "Pearl Big Band" for only the second time China.
A world-travelled and seasoned act from, of course, Paris, France, this group of talented performers combines elements of French chanson, American jazz, and swing, North African traditional, and their own je ne sais quois for a unforgettable show.
Kharkov National Opera and Ballet Theater is one of the oldest musical theaters in the former USSR and Ukraine performing for two nights only — two different performances — Ludwig Minkus’ four-act ballet “La Bayadere” on May 31 and Tchaikovsky’s classic “Swan Lake” on June 1.
Groundbreaking, fundamental Japanese hip hop veteran DJ Krush returns to Shanghai. After releasing dozens of singles and albums over the past two decades, and working with artists like DJ Shadow, he’s back in town as part of his “Butterfly Effect” World Tour.
See the girls and boys of Qi-POW! Get their geek on! Nerds reign supreme as Shanghai's hottest variety performers channel their favorite film, TV, and video game characters in a bonanza of outrageous cabaret and burlesque.
Acclaimed violinist Yun Tang interprets the classic violin concerto in A minor and Symphony No. 6 by Czech master, Dvorák — a singular work for the instrument, understood as expressing the composers musical herritage.
Steve is back on stage at The Pearl to present another evening of hilarity and mesmerism. 12-20 self-selecting volunteers will be invited to take a seat on stage. The Hypnosis Show participants are rapidly hypnotized into a natural trance state, and the fun begins.
Legacy post-rock innovators God Is an Astronaut bring their sonic snapshots to Shanghai. Coming off over a decade’s worth of critically acclaimed post-rock/electronica releases since forming in 2002, they’re latest is 2015’s Helios/Erebus.
The Radio Dept are in the fold of big time Swedish indie label Labrador Records (also home to Club 8, The Sound of Arrows, and Suburban Kids with Biblical Names), and broke on an international level when three of their songs popped up on the soundtrack Marie Antoinette (dir. Sophia Coppola, remember?).
Combining traditional acrobatic forms and theater with street art elements such as skateboarding and basketball, Traces is an explosive production that’s won rave reviews from Time Out New York, Rolling Stone, and more.
Shakespeare’s Globe presents a classic tale of love and avarice from the bard. Celebrated British actor Jonathan Pryce (Evita, Glengarry Glen Ross, Brazil) stars in this Shanghai production, with director Jonathan Munby at the helm.
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.