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.
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.
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Booka Shade are a hugely popular German house duo who make deep, melodic jams that have won them armies of fans across Europe and the States. Their releases come out on Harthouse and R&S and run from surprisingly buttoned down, quirky jams to hands-in-the-air euphoria. They've remixed everyone from Moby to Fischerspooner, the Knife, Hot Chip and Tiga, and one of their biggest tracks was sampled by will.i.am on his track Get Your Money. Their live shows are vast, blissed-out adventures in electronica, famed for their use of live drumming. This night at the Mixing Room should be one of the biggest electronic dates of the year.
Early bird: 200rmb (only 50 tickets available, before Sep 10)
Door price: TBC (400rmb and up)
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.
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.