Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Soft Opening Laksa Party @ Laksa Noodle Kitchen
Welcome Shanghai’s newest restaurant Laksa Noodle Kitchen and head to the soft opening party! RSVP with Laksa join them in celebrating at the new venue from 6 PM.
RSVP (+86) 21 6313 2070 OR (+86) 1861138313 // 6 PM
Building 5, Qiye Tiandi, B/1, 150 Hubin Road, Huangpu district // 黄浦区湖滨路150号企业天地五号楼地下二层E04单元
Soul Train @ The Pearl
The Pearl stages Soul Train, a classic TV Show from the funkadelic 70s. Get ready to do the Bump, Rock Steady and Electric Slide in Funky Town, bing out your bell bottoms and join the Soul Train Dance Line! The show is presented by local expat theatre group Urban Aphrodite.
200 RMB (presale) 220 RMB (door) // 5 PM – LATE
471 Zhapu Lu, near Wujin Lu // 乍浦路471号, 近武进路
MAD Visions for 2016 & Beyond @ naked Hub
MADNESS unites creative professionals from different industries to tackle an important topic at Naked Hub. Listen to what the keynote speakers have to say, participate with the Q&A and feel free to mingle with the whole creative group after 9 PM.
100 RMB (door) RSVP ([email protected] OR (WeChat) SH-MADNESS) incl. 3 drinks & snacks // 7 PM – 11 PM
3/F, 1237 Fuxing Zhong Lu, near Xiangyang Nan Lu // 复兴中路1237号3楼, 近襄阳南路
We are Laowai @ Yuyintang
Laowai rock bands invade Yuyintang! For one night only catch German band JK & TT, Moaning Lisa (USA) and Spondees (laowai).
40 RMB (door) // 9 PM – 11.30 PM
851 Kaixuan Lu, by Yan’an Xi Lu (Entrance behind the Metro Station) // 凯旋路851号, 近延安西路口
Chic ‘n’ Pop: Ben Huang @ Unico
Chic ‘n’ Pop features resident DJ Ben Huang jazzing up Unico with disco, funk house and rock pop. Joining Huang for a pre-holiday jam is Quentin on the sax, swing down to Three on the Bund for an evening of Chic ‘n’ Pop.
NO COVER (dress code) // 10 PM – LATE
Three on the Bund, 2/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu // 中山东一路3号外滩三号2楼, 近广东路
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And if that’s still not enough, head over to our calendar for more.
[Banner features Ben Huang (DJ) and Quentin Paquignon (sax)]