Where to go, what to do on October 1 in Shanghai.
West Bund Food Festival @ Camp 3399
Six chefs sharing eight Michelin stars among them will be at this food festival. Savor their signature dishes, along with a Brazilian BBQ, Mongolian-style grill, Shanghai-style afternoon tea, and more. There will also be a French wine tasting, and hundreds of craft beer. Also, cooking demonstrations from a Belgian chocolate master, coffee and tea tastings, and more.
🕒 11am-11pm, Until Oct 8
📍 3399 Longteng Avenue | 龙腾大道3399号
Yeti Dis:ko pres. 11.0 feat. Eddie C @ DADA
American DJ Eddie C’s sets revolve around 80’s acid house and sub-genres like Afro-cosmic and down tempo house. He’s performed in places like Boiler Room in Montreal, Berlin warehouse raves, and Tokyo institutions, and has shared the decks with Marcel Vogel, Kenji Takimi, Danny Daze, and more.
📍 115 Xingfu Road | 幸福路115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
International Youth Music Festival @ Golden Beach Shanghai
The International Youth Music Festival celebrates modern youth culture and educates the young about music, lifestyle, and having fun. Catch the sounds of rock, hip-hop, and electronic music performed by over a hundred artists.
🕒 1pm-7pm, Until Oct 3
📍 6 Haihan Road | 海涵路6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
Ultimate Sunday brunch @ Pudong Shangri-La
This mega brunch spans 13 live cooking stations including the hotel’s Japanese restaurant Nadaman, as well as dishes from Germany, France, China, Japan, Korea, the Middle East, India, Thailand, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Peru. A live band will perform inside Yi Café, and there’s face painting, a table magician and a supervised kids center for the little ones.
🕒 Every Sunday, 12-3pm
📍 33 Fucheng Road | 富城路33号
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