2 Fun-Filled Weekends at the LatinLand Market Festival

By That's Shanghai, September 3, 2020

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LatinLand Market Festival is back for the next two weekends in a row, even bigger and better than ever, in an outdoor space located in one of the most vibrant areas of Shanghai, the North Bund at Waitanyuan. The festival is a family-oriented cultural event that provides communities in Shanghai a place to gather with family and friends to eat, dance and listen to live entertainment while connecting with other fans in an open social space.




Free to attend, both weekends will feature a bigger kids area, a simulation of a rain forest, restaurants, bars and a market where you can find different kind of products and services. It all kicks off on Fridays from 5-11pm with a salsa and a dance marathon, supported by the biggest dancing community and DJs in Shanghai. Just let the Latin vibes take you over, and dance with the rhythm!


Saturdays and Sundays the fiesta rocks all weekend long from 12-11pm, with spectacular folklore dance shows, samba shows, great Latin bands, clown shows for the little ones, live bands and a lineup of the best deejays in Shanghai. A non-stop two weekends of entertainment and music.






Fri-Sun Sep 4-6 and 11-13, Fri 5-11pm, Sat-Sun 12-11pm; Free. 107 Nan Suzhou Lu, by Yuanmingyuan Lu, 原新天安堂 南苏州路107号, 近圆明园路. Nanjing Dong Lu Station Exit 6 南京东路站2号线, 6号出口

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