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Q: Live music scene in Shenzhen?

Just can't seem to find anything decent...lots of yelling, lots of jitter and jive...no substance.

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I've been to a place called Idutang in Shenzhen and really digged the vibe. It seems like a place for serious music fans and they seem to put on live gigs regularily.

F3 Mooka Space, Overseas Creative Park, Enping Street, Nanshan District
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