We are currently in a twist figuring how to go to all three events, decision-making has never been harder! If we can split ourselves, yes we would in a heartbeat.
KaosPilot International will host an exhibition and party centered on “Social Innovation seen through the eyes of the post 80’s generation” featuring 90 pieces of art by 120 students from 4 schools. We hear the venue is huge, and did we mention there will be a party too? Starts 6.30pm, free admission and drinks. The only drawback is probably the location.
Shanghai Fashion Hub, 1158 Luochuan Zhong Lu, near Hutai Lu
Mediengruppe Telekommander @ Art Lab
If not for MoCA’s brand new performance venue, Art Lab, head over to check out German electro-punk duo Mediengruppe Telekommander‘s eclectic blend of broken beats, retro-synths and fast bass runs, which sounds quite promising indeed. Doors open at 9pm, band starts at 10.30pm. Free entry!
MoCA, People’s Park (Enter from 231 Nanjing Xi Lu entrance gate between Starbucks and Shanghai Art Museum)
Rock, Paper, Disco! (Feat. Queen Sea Big Shark)
To be honest, we first heard of Queen Sea Big Shark before we even made the decision to move to China so this would be the perfect opportunity to catch them live without heading to Beijing. Expect plenty of rock and dance music by live acts (such as The Rogue Transmission and The Dropkicks) and DJs. Word of advice about the location: Not too easy to find homebound cabs when we were there a few months back. Starts 9.30pm, 50 RMB cover.
Living Design Centre, 1F, Building N, 407 Yishan Lu, near Kaixuan Lu
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