Fruityspace is hosting another open DJ night on Friday, welcoming everyone to try their hands at spinning records and pumping out groovy beats for friends and strangers alike.
Zhao Dai brings yet another catalytic lineup of international guest DJs this weekend. The underground club will hear multiple genres from Andrew K, C.K., Tanner and Anto, with beats that will keep you on the dance floor all night.
Celebrating their 10th anniversary, Goa Productions brings psychedelic bangers with headliner Atoned Splendor, followed by Bodysnatcher, Evo, Meng and The Sneaky Tweaker. Join the party at Dada Beijing this weekend.
011 Day Party hosts the final edition to wrap up the summer season on Saturday with a stellar lineup of local DJs such as 4tael, Jay 1,2, Dirty Dishes, JustSYD and more.
HotPot Movement’s official 011 afterparty will kick off on Saturday with DJs Daiquiri, JustSYD and The Bryte Guy turning up the heat from hip-hop to afrobeats and everything in between.
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in the PRC and the Italian Cultural Institute, is hosting the third edition of Giro d’Italia this Saturday, offering an Italian experience with entertaining cultural activities, as well as showcasing Italian art through film, documentary and concert. Register for the event by scanning the QR code in the poster, and bring ID along with the registration confirmation for free entry.
This Sunday, Shining Dimensions puts on another night of music, art and performances themed around International Cassette Store Day. There will be plenty of cassette tapes on sale at the event, courtesy of Beijing’s own nugget records, Jingweir and Daftpop Sounds. There will be live music from audio-visual duo Guiguisuisui and composer Wen Liang, an illustration session by Shui Wong and Nan Guazi, a dance performance by Emily Wong and more.
El Nido brings back nostalgic feelings with throwback toys and vintage goods at their antiques market this Sunday. Offerings also include jewelry made from old bullet shell cases, remains of genocides in Cambodia. Made and collected by the locals, they have become a source of income, turning negative energy into positive support. Come rummage through all the treasures this Sunday afternoon and stay for the live DJs, beer and tacos.
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