Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Shilin night market @ Jinjiang amusement park
Catch the last of the Shilin night market at the Jinjiang amusement park. This year, over 40 stalls are flown over from Taiwan and they’re selling all kinds of Taiwanese street food like fried chicken fillets, shaved ice and oyster omelettes priced between ¥10-25. This night market is ongoing until the end of October.
WHERE: Jinjiang Amusement Park, 201 Hongmei Road // 锦江乐园 虹梅路201号
Disneytown Halloween Carnival @ Disneyland
Join the fun over at Disneytown with Mickey and Minnie in Halloween costumes, life-sized Halloween scenes dotted throughout Disneytown. Watch a pumpkin carver create Jack-o’-Lanterns and get your face painted at the Lakeshore. Don’t forget to join the Halloween dance party with DJs & dancers at night. You’ll also have a chance to trick-or-treat all over Disneytown. Ongoing until October 31st, the carnival will run start 3.30pm to 10pm.
WHEN: Daily Until Oct 31st
WHERE: Shanghai Disneyland Resort // 上海迪士尼乐园
Tenishia @ Mook
5 Years in a row ranking in the DJ MAG top 100, Tenishia hold his own as the most successful DJ/Producer in Malta, selling arena shows and appearing everywhere from TV to mobile phone adverts. With numerous releases on Armada Records that have blasted the speakers of various clubs and events around the planet, Tenishia have gained a solid international fanbase that is constantly demanding them to travel the World with their performances. Known for his own particular sound in Progressive Trance and also Chill Out productions. Expect Tenishia at Mook tonight.
WHERE: 758 West Nanjing Road // 南京西路 758号
Slush @ Shanghai World Expo Center
Slush is a community of people who want to make a difference in their societies. It is built by a dedicated community of entrepreneurs, investors, students, and event professionals.Now they’re bringing together the leading actors of the global tech scene, to drive business, and to experience the phenomenal atmosphere. Organized on October 31st at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, the event will bring together the top 5,000 Chinese and international entrepreneurs, investors, executives and media attendees from around the world.
WHERE: 1099 Guozhan Road // 国展路1099号
Lost in Shanghai’s Film World @ Shanghai Film Museum
Catch the last day of this exhibition by Shanghainese artist Li Shoubai exhibit ‘Lost in Shanghai’s Film World’ – showcasing around 100 of his work. This is by far the longest-running solo exhibit the artist has ever run. He will also showcase his painting and paper-cut works he has created over the past decade. The artist will be showcasing his most recent paintings, of which captures the city’s unique urban energy in the past and present. This exhibit attempts to recall the collective memories of the city’s past and evoke nostalgia in the audience. This event runs from 9am-5pm and entry fee is ¥60.
WHEN: Until Oct 31; 9am – 5pm everyday
WHERE: 595 North Caoxi Road // 漕溪北路595号
CONTACT: ＋86 64667 7607 // [email protected]
Swing Dance @ JZ Latino
JZ Latino organises a swing dance party for all lovers of swing dance. It’s free entry and there will also be a live Latin band playing starting from 8 PM – midnight every Monday.
WHERE: 22-23 F, Renaissance Shanghai Yu Garden Hotel, 159 South Henan Road // 豫园万丽酒店22-23楼, 河南南路159号
WHEN: 8pm – Midnight
CONTACT: +8621 6431 0269
Andy Warhol @ YUZ Museum
Yuz Museum is proud to organize for the first time in Asia, the Chinese premiere of Shadows by Andy Warhol: “a monument to impermanence” (Holland Cotter, New-York Times). Shadows is valued as the most mysterious work by Andy Warhol, the most influential artist of the 20th century, “the King of Pop”, that shows the unknown side of the artist. The exhibition is presented in collaboration with the globally acclaimed Dia Art Foundation, New York. It opens at Yuz Museum, Shanghai on Saturday, 29th October and lasts until December the 18th.
WHEN: Oct 29 – Dec 18, 2016
WHERE: 35 Fenggu Road // 丰谷路35号
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