The 6 Best Things to Do This Weekend in Shenzhen

By That's Shenzhen, July 1, 2021

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That’s Shenzhen takes a look at the best of the weekend: 


Thu, Jul 1: Yoga wih Rara

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Thu Jul 1, 7-8pm; RMB98. Nudepeche Showroom. 


Sat, Jul 3: Crazy Coconut Bar Opening + Canada Day + Independence Day Party

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PandoraParties is opening their first poolside bar! The opening party will be this Saturday to celebrate Canada Day and Independence Day. DJ PAX will be playing all your favorite hip-hop, rock, pop, Caribbean, African and Latin music. To note, the shuttle bus from Luohu does not require a 48-hour Covid test to board.

Sat Jul 3, 1-10pm; RMB88. The Crazy Coconut Bar. Tickets.


Sat-Sun, Jul 3-4: Plain District

These live performances will focus on experimental, ambient electronic music. DJs on deck will be from cities all across China including Beijing, Chengdu and Qingdao. See more details here.

Sat-Sun Jul 3-4, various times; RMB100-120 (Sat), free entry (Sun). Oil. Tickets.


Sun, Jul 4: Fourth of July BBQ @ Salt & Talk

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Sun Jul 4, 3pm-late; free entry. Salt & Talk.


Sat-Sun, Jul 3-4: Independence Day Beach Party

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Sat-Sun Jul 3-4; free entry. Wynn Beach Club.


Until Jul 25: Japanese Graphic Design Exhibition

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Image via @shenzhenguide/Instagram

Great for graphic design enthusiasts, this exhibition highlights works from 20 renowned Japanese graphic designers, including Taku Satoh, Sano Kenjiro, Nanase Suzuki, Yagi Yoshihiro and Shogo Kishino. See more info here. To note, the exhibition is only in Chinese. 

Until Jul 25, 10am-9pm; RMB80 for one, RMB150 for two. Yealife Art Space.


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