Get ready for guitarist John 5 and American electro house giant Steve Aoki to step up onto stage this November. If you like basketball, Shanghai has got you covered. Don’t miss the 2017 NCAA Pac-12 China Games. More information below.
Where: Bandai Namco Shanghai Base Dream Hall, 179 Yichang Lu (near Jiangning Lu) 宜昌路179号 (近江宁路)
When: Nov 24
How Much: RMB568
From a boy in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, to a mega-musician, working with legends such as Marilyn Manson, Dave Lee Roth, and Rob Zombie, John 5 has become the definition of the American Dream. His newest solo album Season of The Witch showcases his wicked guitarist skills and plays homage to metal performers such as Buckethead, Liquid Tension Experiment, and Steve Vai. John 5 and the creatures will be performing songs from his newest album at the Bandai Namco Shanghai Base on Nov 24 at 7:30pm. RMB568. Tickets available now.
Where: Linx, 2/F, 98 Huaihai Zhong Lu (near Liulin Lu) 淮海中路98号2楼 (近柳林路)
When: Nov 30
How Much: RMB380 pre-sale
Electro house musician, DJ, record producer and music executive Steve Aoki is coming to Shanghai. This Dj has collaborated with many great artists such as will.i.am, Linkin Park, and LMFAO. RMB380 pre-sale. Get your tickets here.
Where: Baoshan Sports Center, 700 Yongqing Lu (near Haijiang Lu) 永清路700号 (近海江路)
When: Nov 11
How Much: RMB280
It’s time for the 2017 NCAA Pac-12 China games. Kicking it off on November 11 are the men from the UCLA and Georgia Tec basketball team. Activities also include an educational symposium and a community service event. Pac-12 was founded in 2011 and is an organization, made up of 12 of the most prestigious universities in the world that display the athleticism of college athletes while letting students engage in cultural exchange. The game will begin at 12:30pm and will be televised live on ESPN and Youku Sports. Cover is RMB280. Get your tickets here.
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