Where to go, what to do this weekend in Shanghai.
Say Yes presents Henning Baer China Tour @ Elevator
Henning Baer is the co-founder and resident DJ of Grounded Theory, an events agency putting out quality techno parties across Germany and Europe. His DJ sets combine music from different eras and styles, ranging from experimental beats to underground names, all the while remaining rooted in techno.
📍 218 Xinle Road | 新乐路218号
Friday Showcase @ Kung Fu Komedy
It’s a Friday night of laughs at Kung Fu Komedy, featuring a cast of seven stand-up comedians. Hosted by Andy Curtain, who has opened for Wali Collins in New York, and whose current show “My Wife, The Russian” sold out in Shanghai.
💰 Pre-sale ￥50; at the door ¥70
📍 4F, 1 North Xiangyang Road | 襄阳北路1号4楼
Great escape for adult and kids @ Shanghai Museum of Glass
G+ Park, also known as Shanghai Museum of Glass, is a glass-themed museum featuring both ancient and contemporary art glassworks. It also has a number of interactive programs and activities for kids and adults. There’s an ancient glass-making performance on weekends and holidays where visitors can get a close up view of glass blowing, while The Kids Museum of Glass has a DIY workshop for children to learn glass-making.
🕒 Last day
📍 685 Wesr Changjiang Road | 长江西路685号
Miami Nights @ Smash
Smash is celebrating their final hurrah with a throwback to the ’80s. A night filled with synth-pop electro beats, new wave, emergent hip-hop, and early house music.
📍 685 Dingxi Road | 定西路685号
The Westin Sunday Brunch @ The Westin Bund Center Shanghai
Sunday brunch at The Westin Bund Center kicks off October with brand new themes for the month. Go Dutch at their first theme with dishes like bitterballen and garnalenkroketten, and a clog-shoe dance to keep you entertained.
📍 88 Middle Henan Road | 河南中路88号
Russian State Ballet: Sleeping Beauty @ Shanghai Culture Square
This classic fairytale by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm tells the story about a princess, a prince, and a sleeping enchantment. Performed by the Russian National Ballet Theatre, known for their classical performances such as Swan Lake and The Nutcracker, and accompanied by The Symphonic Orchestra of Kemerovo Regional State Philarmonic Society.
📍 597 Mid Fuxing Road | 复兴中路597号
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