The 10 Best Nightlife Events in Shanghai This Weekend

By Shawn Lupori, 2019-06-20 04:40:00

That's Shanghai takes a look at the best nightlife events on this weekend:


Jun 20: Ana Caram Trio

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On her most recent release with Chesky Recods, Blue Bossa, Ana Caram celebrates the brilliant marriage between Brazilian music and American jazz. Blue Bossa features Ana interpreting classic, unforgettable songs from Antonio Carlos Jobim, Ivan Lins, Baden Powell and many others in her inimitable style.

Jun 20, 8.30pm; RMB180-230. JZ Club. See event listing. Tickets


Jun 21: Teenage Kicks

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Specter’s Teenage Kicks party is back again with some throwback punk, soul, and rock tunes from artists like The Ramones, Stooges, Dead Kennedy’s, The Sonics and many more. 

Jun 21, 9pm; No cover. Specters II. See event listing


Jun 21: Yii at Elevator

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Partying is an ancient ritual that roots us firmly in the present, the here and now. With this in mind, Elevator’s party series, Yii, aims to connect the dots between various forms and guises of partying. This weekend the venue welcomes Tobias Patrick, Knopha and DJ Fart in the Club (jaw-droppingly good name) to exercise your ear drums. 

Jun 21, 10pm; no cover. Elevator. See event listing


Jun 22: Moët Impérial Anniversary 

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It is almost the 150th anniversary of the iconic champagne, Moët Imperial, which was created all the way back in 1869. Bar Rouge invites you to join their lavish little soiree in celebration of the occasion, where you can enjoy the some nice champagne alongside the famous view of the Bund.

June 22, 9pm; no cover. Bar Rouge. See event listing


Jun 22: Black Tiger Sex Machine

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The electronic trio Black Tiger Sex Machine (BTSM) have created a fervent fanbase because of their innovative stage presence and live performance, along with their heavy bass-driven dance beats. If you're looking to have a wild night, don't miss these guys.

Jun 22, 11pm; RMB240 early bird, RMB320 ordinary ticket. Modern Sky LabSee event listing. Tickets.


Jun 22: Sky Paradise Vol.2 

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What better way to spend your Saturday than by having a couple drinks and soaking in the sunlight on a terrace with a nice scenic view? Seul&SEUL are hosting a rooftop party where a number of Djs will be playing some chill house, funk, and techno tunes. 

Jun 22, 4pm; RMB100 presale, RMB150 door. Seul&SEUL. See event listing. Scan the QR code in the flyer for more information. 


Jun 22: Beverly Hills 158

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This Saturday, Le Cafe des Stagiaires are turning back the clocks. Get hyped to dance like a jive turkey to some of the coolest vintage tunes out there!

Jun 22; no cover. Le Cafe des Stagiaires. See event listing


Jun 22: Midsummer Black Metal Night

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Inferno has once again invited the renowned DJ Killshit, to take you on an aural trip to Scandinavia for a return to the origins of brutal black metal! And to get you in the right mood, Stone Brewing have set up a wicked deal of RMB100 for three Stone IPA’s.

Jun 22, 10pm; no cover. Inferno. See event listing


Jun 22: Jazzy Sport Label Party

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The Jazzy Sport Label is having two of its Japanese artists perform at Yuyintang Park this Saturday, DJ Mitsu the Beats and Afrobeat band ☆.A/NAOITO. DJ Mitsu the Beats, one of Japan’s most renowned beat-makers, will be banging out some hiphop style tunes during his set, while the international ☆.A/NAOITO will be playing their Afrobeat songs during their set, which incorporate styles ranging from Jazz to Latin and even rock.

Jun 22, 9pm; RMB180 presale, RMB220 door. Yuyintang Park. See event listing. Tickets


Jun 22: Wooozy Offline Five-Year Anniversary

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Wooozy celebrates five years of their offline platform this weekend, inviting Hong Kong-raised and Berlin-based Soda Plains, Taiwanese producer Scintii, experimental bass savant Alex Wang, as well as FunctionLab affiliate MoreMore and grime, dubstep etc. technician Zean. Put on your favorite pair of ears this Saturday and don’t miss this one. 

Jun 22, 10pm; RMB60 presale, RMB80 door. ALL Club. See event listing


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