Tickets Now On Sale to See Carly Rae Jepsen In Shanghai

By That's Shanghai, October 18, 2019

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We really, really, really, really, really, really like Carly Rae Jepsen and we are delighted to announce that tickets to her shows in both Shanghai and Beijing are now on sale over on our thMart platform. 

The singer, who is best-known for tracks like ‘Call Me Maybe’ and ‘I Really Like You’, will be playing at Century Theater in Beijing for one evening on October 16 and for two nights at Bandai Namco Shanghai Base on October 20 and 21. 

Earlier this year, the Canadian singer came back with her first album in four years. Critically acclaimed upon release, Dedicated features 13 tracks and was inspired by everything from ’70s disco to the calm Swedish countryside. 


With Grammy nominations, No. 1 hits and Zeitgeist-defining songs in the bag, we’re sure these tickets will fly off the shelves, so make sure you pick yours up fast! 

Scan the QR code below to buy tickets to see Carly Rae Jepsen in Beijing: 

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Scan the QR code below to buy tickets to see Carly Rae Jepsen in Shanghai:

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Beijing: Oct 16, 8pm; RMB480-1,080. Century Theater. See event listing. Tickets
Shanghai: Oct 20-21, 7.30pm (Oct 20), 8pm (Oct 21); RMB520 presale. Bandai Namco Shanghai Base. See event listing. Tickets

[Cover image by @alexkaneperkins/Instagram]

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