September 16-17, Shanghai Rugby Football Club
Shanghai’s own “Place Less Ordinary” is back; Early-Bird tickets on sale now; First lineup announcements inAugust; Let’s roll.
China’s grooviest music festival is back. Same place, same weekend.
2 days and 2 nights of ultimate doses of every shade of fun.
Rock roll rap trap funk jazz disco metal goodness, with all the usual (and unusual) trappings, distractions and ice cream. Still the most affordable escape from the urban grind out there.
It’s a widely held scientific fact that everything in the universe is improved bythe company of others.We’ve built this festival on that principle – we’re pretty sure you’ll find something to love here (no loners in this parade). The discovery doesn’t just happen on-stage but all over our rolling grasslands.
The left-field and right-on. Pretty boys and shiny girls. The queer and the shy, the loud and the bombastic. The young and the old. Music, food, friendship and community in all its four-dimensional glory.
Save the date. Concrete & Grass 2017. September 16-17, at the Shanghai Rugby Football Club. Lineup announcements are coming soon.
Bring your smiles, bring your love, bring your friends, bring your family.We can’t wait to show you what we’ve planned.
Concrete Kids Unite:
A limited number of Super Early Bird Pre-SaleTickets are now open for the Concrete & Grass Community (that’s you!) onDamai (CN only) or Yoopay (EN-friendly!).
Concrete & Grass 2017
Date: 16-17th September (Sat & Sun)
Venue: Shanghai Rugby Football Club
Address: 2700 ZhangyangBei Road, near Wuzhou Avenue
Metro station:Wuzhou Avenue五洲大道 (Line 6, Exit 1)
Early Bird Tickets: 390 RMB (two-day pass)
Buy on Damai (CN only):https://piao.damai.cn/124502.html
Buy now, and tickets will be sent to you later
Reserve on Yoopay: https://yoopay.cn/event/ConcreteAndGrass2017
Reservations will be converted into Damai tickets on-site
About Split Works:
Split Works has been rocking in the free (ish) world since 2006. Working with inspirational artists from across the globe, the good people at Split Works HQ have been a key contributor to the continued rise of China’s music scene.
Split Works has launched five music festivals and promoted over 400 tours to 30 Chinese cities, always striving to stay true to a familiar refrain: the music has to be special, every single time. From GodspeedYou! Black Emperor to Sonic Youth, from Thee Oh Sees to Mac Demarco and Shabazz Palaces, from Black Rabbit to JUE and Wooozy to Concrete & Grass, we love music, we love China and we love you.
Mailive is a live music brand under the Damai Entertainment banner. They organize live performances for some of the biggest Chinese and foreign artists out there:handling production, distribution, and curation for a wide range of cultural events. In 2017 alone, Mailive has put together shows for artists like Huimei Zhang, Pu Shu, Zhiqian Xue, Wen Li, Youjia Lin, Bichang Zhou and others.