Creatures of the night will crawl out to play at Zapata’s this Saturday, as the popular bar throws its annual Halloween bash with devilish drinks and a spooky costume party. Dress in your ghastly best for a chance to win up to ¥3,000 in the costume competition.
📍 11 Dongping Road | 东平路11号
Feed yourself some frightfully good food at Kate & Kimi’s Halloween farmer’s market on Saturday, October 27, featuring gourmet dishes, games, and competitions.
📍 259 Jiashan Road | 嘉善路259号
Fear will never be so clear as the White Ghost Halloween Bash comes alive at Stone Brewing Tap Room Shanghai on Saturday, October 27. Happening from 9pm till late, it’s an evening of booze, beats, and bouts that will be terrifyingly fun.
📍 1107 Yuyuan Road | 愚园路1107号
The 92nd floor of the Park Hyatt gets turned into a frightening house of horrors.
📍 100 Century Avenue | 世纪大道100号
Dragon Burn theme camps Temple of Boom and Roller Disco take over un Caffe Bar for a freaky halloween party. Come costumed and expect late night frisks and roller-skating to live music and DJs.
📍 77 Jiangning Road | 江宁路77号
China’s scariest party organizers SHFT. have teamed up with Budweiser to throw the most massive Halloween Warehouse Rave the country has ever seen! Fear the hyperbole! Scream at the hubris!
📍 569 Shilong Road | 石龙路569号
Enter a dream of deadly illusions and souls of mischief devil’s nightmare halloween party. Wear a costume and receive a glass of blood. Hellish place, special performances and hot tunes from the devils.
📍 318 Fuzhou Road | 福州路318号
“BADLANDS”, an evening of Shanghai Vice set in 1930s. Just in time for Halloween, the party brings the guests back to the iconic time and place known as the BADLANDS – a rough and tense period during the 1930’s, where indulgence, but also conflict took place in the heart of Shanghai. In classic Supperclub fashion, food and drink will be at the core of this immersive experience, with roving ‘street food’ vendors and pop-up restaurant with updated Chinese classics from Xixi Bistro. Wash this all down at our open bars pouring cocktails, wine, beer, cider, and softer stuff. The evening’s festivities and entertainment will be reminiscent of Old Shanghai –jazz, theater, street-side games and more. Dress code: 1930’s Shanghai Fashion.
📍 181 Taicang Road | 太仓路181号
Shanghai’s greatest tradition is back for it’s 12th year!! The 2018 Halloween Tribute is a GO with one of the most 90’s line-ups to date. Each year local musicians join forces to breathe new life into their favorite bands. This year’s tributes are Blur, Devo, Foo Fighters and Smashing Pumpkins! Expect throwback tunes, insane costumes and one of the best party vibes of the year.
📍 1398 Yuyuan Road | 愚园路1398号
From Saturday 27 to Sunday 28 October 2018, Green City’s Family Day will offer Shanghai-based international families a highly curated programme of recreational activities. Expecting to attract over 5,000 attendees from both the local and expatriate community, the weekend will provide an unrivalled space for sponsors and stakeholders to engage with the local community while offering young families value-added services and activities that will build long-lasting memories.
📍 600 Lantian Road | 蓝天路600号
The Camerata Salzburg musicians are full of revolutionary energy and utopic potential, uncompromisingly individual, daring, and modern – and yet classically stringent. The distinct musical style of Camerata was formed over a period of six decades through their continuous collaboration with world-renowned musicians such as Bernhard Paumgartner, Géza Anda, Sándor Végh, Sir Roger Norrington, and András Schiff. Throughout its six decades of its existence, Camerata Salzburg made more than sixty recordings, which have been honoured with many prestigious awards, revealing its unique art of music making.
📍 523 East Yan’an Road | 延安东路523号
Known for his smooth style, weaving together elements of funk, R&B, rock, and electric jazz, keyboardist Jeff Lorber helped pioneer the post-fusion sound of contemporary jazz. Emerging on the scene in the late ’70s, Lorber quickly established himself as a leader at the forefront of the electric jazz movement, issuing albums with his group the Jeff Lorber Fusion like 1978’s Soft Space (featuring Chick Corea) and 1977’s Water Sign. He scored a Grammy nomination for his 1985 song “Pacific Coast Highway,” an accolade that marked his rise into more commercial crossover jazz, culminating in 1986’s Private Passion. Following an extended period as a producer, Lorber returned to regular recording in the ’90s, and has since balanced his time between solo albums like 2007’s He Had a Hat and productions with his fusion trio like 2017’s Grammy-winning Prototype.
📍 230 Ruiping Road | 瑞平路230号
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