Open since 2004, Bar Rouge is the most famous club in Shanghai, and sets the standard for Bund nightlife with its terrace view, classy, sleek interiors and iconic French-Shanghai identity. Bar Rouge kicks off the weekend early with themed parties on Thursdays and... Read more
This is one of the poshest clubs in Shanghai. It's on the top floor of a skyscraper near the Bund and affords nice views of the city. Inside, there are shark tanks and lots of luxurious decor, plus a high-end restaurant, a club and a lounge area. Drinks are pricey... Read more
Dada is a classic Shanghai dive bar / small-club that has local DJs spinning house and underground dance music Thursday-Saturday. Situated in the middle of Xingfu Lu, it caters to a younger Chinese and expat crowd in a comfortable, pretentious-free environment.... Read more
Once-secret bar sort of hidden down a Donghu Lane. Used to be called Monkey Lounge, now it's Monkey Champagne. Basically, speakeasy-meets-Volar, with a top 40 hip-hop soundtrack, Philip Starck-ish design, and a predominantly ABC crowd. Expensive drinks, many kinds of... Read more
C's is one of Shanghai's most well-know and enduring dive bars, and they've got the toilets to prove it. With graffiti all over the walls, loud music blasting throughout its cavernous rooms, and some of the cheapest drinks in town, C's is a mainstay on the Shanghai... Read more
The Mansion opened in 2012 as a venue/hub for musicians, artists and other young "creatives." Most people know it for their weekend nights, when the basement and ground floor transform into a nightclub hosting local DJs playing everything from techno and deep house... Read more
Big, flashy local nightclub that replaced G+ in Xintiandi. It's run by Sino Group, who have several other venues in town like MYST, The 7th Floor, S2, and many more. If you've been to those clubs, this is similar but with a slightly more futuristic vibe. Expect... Read more
Cheap, cheap student bar/dance club that's a five minute walk from Fudan University. New to Shanghai, they've been in Beijing and Tianjin for a decade. Beers start at 20rmb, and they often have bar specials like 5rmb drinks. DJs playing Top 40, electronic shiz, hip... Read more
Popular outpost of a Parisian club that also has venues in New York, Tokyo, and London. Crowd is mixed Chinese and foreign, and tends to be fashion, music, or other industry peeps. Music is generally decent; they play mostly old school disco, classics, and hip hop,... Read more
Intimate nightclub in the busy Donghu Lu neighborhood, with good sound and lights, and house, disco, and techno by local and international DJs. Notably, they've also got ping pong tables and other daytime activities, plus a micro-restaurant. Drinks are mid-range and... Read more
Underground (literally and figuratively) nightclub near Xintiandi with at least two rooms playing different kinds of music. The cassette-themed club is by the same team as popular Jing'an small club, URVC, but without the noise problems and irritable neighbors. In... Read more
After-hours club on Xingfu Lu focused on tech-house, deep house, and techno. This one comes courtesy of veteran Shanghai DJ Emil Chang and other resident DJs like Lina K, Cice and Jeff Chong. On Fridays and Saturdays you can count on this place going very, very late.... Read more
Stalwart of the underground dance music scene, The Shelter provides a forum for locally-based independent electronic artists and DJs, and new international alternative dance acts. Everyone from Kode 9 and The Bug to Drexciya, Dam Funk, and Madlib have played here. A... Read more
One of the most well-known and popular mid-to-high end clubs in Shanghai, M2 caters to the moneyed and hip segment of the local population, along with a healthy group of expats who embrace "Chinese-style" tables and bottles clubbing. Music rotates between hip hop /... Read more
"Moving You Stunning Trip", a.k.a. MYST, is a busy, three-story club that's impossible to miss thanks to its brightly lit exterior. The bottom floor has a more loungey feel, the top is for VIPs, while the middle is where most clubbers end up. As expected of a local... Read more
This is local promoter S.T.D.'s club, a large, underground space with three rooms and capacity for around 600–800. They put on shows every weekend, either with visiting DJs and live acts, local promoters or the STDJs. Music tends to be electro, high-energy stuff,... Read more
Lola is a club dedicated to house and sometimes a bit of disco or techno. More indebted to the European pedigree of clubbing, Lola forgoes the tables, dice, and top 40 hip hop/mash up character of many Shanghai clubs for the European concentration on pumping sound... Read more
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