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Q: Where can I listen to live music in Shanghai?

I'm dying for some live music; no more foreign pop music piped in through tiny speakers, please! What are the best places in Shanghai to go?

9 years 47 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shanghai

 
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There are a ton of great live music venues in Shanghai, some old and established and some just opened. Yuyintang is the most famous one, but MAO Livehouse is gaining popularity quickly. There's also Zhijiang Dream Factory, Brown Sugar, House of Blues and Jazz , lOgO, Anar, Sound Blue, JZ Club, and Beedees to name a few. You could try a new one for every night of the week.

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There are a ton of great live music venues in Shanghai, some old and established and some just opened. Yuyintang is the most famous one, but MAO Livehouse is gaining popularity quickly. There's also Zhijiang Dream Factory, Brown Sugar, House of Blues and Jazz , lOgO, Anar, Sound Blue, JZ Club, and Beedees to name a few. You could try a new one for every night of the week.

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go to the music hall

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Try CJW at Xintiandi for great Jazz! Or there's an outlet on Sinan Lu too (off Huai Hai road) where guest jazz artists plays all week long!

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From what i can see ..tjis was yhe first question ever posted on Ecc..
Funny thing that there were as many answers as there are users now

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you need to ask Vicki, and not I hit 10000 points sorry for the old posting but 9999 was bothering me, no

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hey, 

thanks all for your suggetions. i am a newbie here so these were helful.

best regards!!

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You can listen in spotify application

 

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