Canadian producer and DJ Jayda G takes over the tables at Zhao Dai this Friday, spinning her fun and danceable beats with support from Darcy, Slowcook and Kenkeni.
Luga's premiered a much more spacious spot on Dongzhimen Nei Dajie and is throwing a soft opening party in celebration. With a free-flow deal on their own new brew from 6-8, this party is not one to miss this weekend so get yourself a spot on the guest list ASAP.
Fri Apr 26, 6pm-late; Luga's Dongzhimen
Arcade is saying goodbye to its Guomao location. But don't worry: Hatchery will debut a new concept and location in Sanlitun soon, so stay tuned for those details. They'll have insanely cheap deals on your favorite offerings like dan dan nachos and milkshakes, and entry is free.
Mosto remembers the one-hit wonders (not that they've ever been forgotten) with a throwback party on Friday night. Get down to the classic hits that will never die all while sipping on some cool cocktails for RMB40 from 9 to 11pm.
Migas is officially opening up their balcony and looking forward to the warmer weather. On Friday night, the outdoor space will be transformed into a circus, with animals and clowns (and we don't mean drunk people). We're not quite sure what to expect here, but we are sure it'll be a sight to see.
Man, time really flies in Beijing. School Bar is turning nine this weekend and throwing a noisy bash in true School Bar fashion. They're hosting dance rock trio Pacalolo, their own house band Candy Monster, Britpop indie rockers Secret Club and hip hop trio Drop Science Crew.
Zhao Dai is collaborating with German techno label Giegling and they've gathered up a bunch of artists, DJs and more for the week-long event. The Giegling crew will be taking over Zhao Dai from April 29 to May 3 with two big parties, a concert, panel discussion, workshop and pop-up restaurant dinner. DJs Dustin, Dwig, Elli, Leafar Legov, Map.ache, Ateq, Jing, Konstantin, Sa Pa, Schaaly and Birds&Tapes will be providing the beats.
After two amazing years exploring the Chinese underground in 2016 and 2017, Boiler Room China is back and they're bringing the noise to Lantern next Tuesday. For their first show, they're merging the two major hubs of electronic underground music, New York and Berlin, with the scenes in Beijing and Shanghai. For more info and tickets click here.
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