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
KEE Shanghai shares the 1920's Twin Villas flagship brand stores with Alfred Dunhill and promises the same unique "salon", private member's club and dining environment that has proved such a huge success in Hong Kong, targeting the local and international chic. Read more
Basement club next to the Xujiahui metro station hosting DJs and live shows in one room and bar sports in the other. This is one of Shanghai's oldest bars and live rock venues. They first opened at Hongqiao Lu and Yili Lu in 1996, they moved to Xujiahui in 2006. For... Read more
This historic theater way up in Hongkou was once a temple, then it was Chinatown, now it's available for events and the odd piece of theater. It's a really beautiful old space with a gallery and boxes. It's got a real feeling of history in the wood, but the... Read more
Linx is a mega-club in the spot where Pegasus used to be. Expect the most baller of the ballers, champagne trains, and endless bottles. If you're spending coin here, they provide some of the best service you can get in town – you won't pour a single drink or light a... 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
In gaydom, this place is a historical landmark for China’s underground, closeted scene. Way up in Hongkou, Lai Lai is a dance hall in a shabbier part of Shanghai. It screams local in every aspect, and is dominated by middle-aged men. Your only drink option here is... 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
The guys who run this massive club are circuit clubbers who got their start at Homebar (which, together with Eddy’s, started the entire scene). For a long time, they rented out straight clubs like Obama, Dubai, and what's now Arkham to host gay parties called Angel.... Read more
Lucca (formerly known as 390) is smack in the middle of Shanghai’s gayborhood. It's a stone’s throw from Happiness, gay friendly Celia, and Telephone 6, which is just upstairs. You’ll see this place immediately from the mass of gay men spilling out into the Panyu Lu... Read more
The Shanghai Comedy Bunker (originally "Shanghai Comedy Club," but they changed their name in early 2019) is one of Shanghai's more popular comedy clubs, They've moved around a bit, but they're currently operating out of sports bar
Formerly known as Factory 54, E-Universe is a loft / warehouse style club on Suzhou Creek. Expect underground music spanning house, hip hop, and techno. Read more
Hidden behind a coffee shop on Shaanxi Nan Lu, this ambitious project by streaming music company Echo features a livehouse, a lounge, a VIP whiskey bar, a recording studio, and six VIP rooms, ranging in theme from Victorian to "techno". Read more
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