Welcome to SmartTicketThis 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.
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.
ContactsGet in touch with us here, or call 400 821 3624 from Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm if you have any questions regarding your online bookings.
The Ballet National de Marseille brings a dance version of Gluck's classic opera Orphée et Eurydice to Shanghai, directed by Frédéric Flamand. In this tale, Orpheus goes to the underworld to search for his deceased wife Eurydice, taming the Furies of hell with his sweet lyre and voice…
DJ Sasha returns to Shanghai. The Grammy-nominated Welshman is an old-school house/trance superstar who sold-out the megaclubs and stadiums way before the term "EDM" even existed. This is a big one.
Some call Giselle "the Hamlet of ballet." It originally premiered in 1841, and now the Dutch National Ballet brings its 21st Century version to Shanghai at the Lyric theatre. In this romantic tragedy, a young girl dies of a broken heart after discovering her lover is already engaged…
This award winning French piano quartet comes to Shanghai for the 2014 Chamber Concerts series. These chamber musicians graduated from the finest conservatories in France, and have played all the big spots in Europe. On this evening, they're playing selections by Mahler, Dubois, and Fauré.
Dutch and Chilean by blood, Belgian by birth, prolific DJ/Producer Ramon Tapia brings his slower, sexier brand of techno to the decks at Arkham. He's done remixes for Paul Weller, Armand van Helden, Nic Fanciulli, and more.
The Ice Cream Truck's annual Halloween warehouse party returns, with a heavy sound system, thousands of freaks in costumes, and ten DJs throwing down house and techno until dawn.
Urban Aphrodite adapts Roman Polanski's classic 60's psychological horror film about a young woman who becomes pregnant and paranoid about demonic interference with her unborn baby, who may be the spawn of Satan…
Classical balldancing competition for charity at the Shangri-La. Proceeds from the black-tie affair go to the Healing Homes Foundation, which helps babies with severe birth defects.
“If you see only one live performance this year… NDT is the one to see.” Strong words from the New York Times about one of the world's leading contemporary dance companies, in Shanghai for two nights only.
Traditional Mongolian music meets the 21st century at the QSW. Ajinai formed in Beijing in 2009 and features members from across China playing traditional instruments and showcasing their throat-singing skills.
Man-eating plants, nitrous-oxide abusing evil dentists, doo-wop songs, and more weirdness as Urban Aphrodite bring this cult classic play from the 60s to Shanghai for four nights only.
Ensiferum (meaning "sword bearer") are a Finnish heavy metal band from Helsinki. The members of the band label themselves as "heroic folk metal," which just sounds awesome. Part of the new wave of Scando acts that combine traditional folk elements and themes with modern thrash and death metal...
Serious violin and cello action as some of the world's finest soloists come through to play works by Boccherini, Tchaikovsky, Britten, Paganini, Tan Dun, and Tchaikovsky for one night only at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center.
The most successful German-language musical ever comes to Shanghai this winter. Elisabeth tells the story of Sissi, the Empress of Austria, and her long relationship with Death. Expect lavish costumes, choreography, and set design. Performed in German with Chinese and English subtitles.
The Shanghai Ballet does their annual performance of Hoffmann's The Nutcracker for two nights only. This version at the Shanghai Grand Theatre adds some Chinese elements and magical stage sets to turn this classic story into a dreamscape.
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..