Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai.
Dragonburn talent preview @ The Pearl
The annual Shanghai-based community focusing on interactive art, music and fire Dragon Burn is back again this year. There will be a preview of Burn talents with a night full of music, comedy, exciting performances such as flow art, juggling, contemporary dance, aerial silking and hula-hooping. All ticket and raffle proceeds will go to art grants, effigy, and temple building for this year’s Burn. The after-party starts at 11pm till late, don’t forget to wear your best Burner gear.
💰 ¥75 – ¥100
📍 471 Zhapu Road | 乍浦路471号
Friday after work @ Xuan Bar
Unwind with your friends with live music at Andaz, Xintiandi Shanghai’s Xuan Bar along with buy-one-get-one-free on selected wines and cocktails, 50% off on bar snacks and there’s also a surprise lucky draw for all guests!
🕒 6pm – 9pm
📞 2310 1705
📍 88 Songshan Road | 嵩山路88号
Longines Global Champions Tour @ Expo Horse Riding Park
The best horse show jumpers in the world will be taking to the stage at the Expo Horse Riding Park to put on a show like no other. Watch as Olympic,
World and Continental Champions battle for the title of champion in this sure-to-be thriller.
📍 Xueye Road | 雪野路
InterNations @ M1NT
At this rooftop party, M1NT will be introducing guests to InterNation’s brand new ambassador, Weino Wang, who has worked all over the world including New York city as a news anchor, and in the fashion industry. Don’t miss the awesome view and great vibes.
🕒 8pm – 11.45pm
💰 ¥45 – ¥135
📍 318 Fuzhou Road | 福州路318号24楼
Toyo Ito: On The Stream @ Power Station of Art
The Power Station of Art (PSA) is launching the first global retrospective for another highly-acclaimed Japanese architect and winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize – Toyo Ito: On the Stream. By studying individual cases of Japan’s contemporary architects, PSA seeks to reflect on the relations between China’s architecture, society and humanity, and provide proactive exchanges and solutions.
🕒 Until Jun 23
📍 200 Huayuangang Road | 花园港路200号
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