Jue | Music + Art 2011 presents:Wild west Chinese folk, reggae-rockified:Shanren

Jue | Music + Art 2011 presents

Wild west Chinese folk, reggae-rockified: Shanren

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[flickr album=72157626378397824 num=5 size=Thumbnail] Beijing, Mar 18, Fri

@ Tango 3rd Floor

Door Time: 21:00

Address: 3F, No.79, Hepingli Xijie, Dongcheng District (formerly known as the Star Live)

Support: Zhang Guonian

Price: 60 RMB(presale) / 80 RMB(door)

Tel: 15201665539

Check www.juefestival.com for ticketing info


Shanghai, Mar 25, Fri

@ MAO Livehouse

Door Time: 20:00

Address: NO.308 South Chong Qing Road, Lu Wan District

Support: Joker

Tel: 021-64457663

Price: 40 RMB(presale) / 60 RMB(door)

Check www.juefestival.com for ticketing info

Presale tickets available in March on shop62103895.taobao.com

and at Source (everyday 11am – 10pm)

158 Xinle Lu, Xuhui



Yunnan Folk-Rock phenomenon, Shanren are a band from mixed ethnic backgrounds – Han, Wa and Buyi.  They aim to promote and preserve the combined and diverse heritage of Yunnan and Guizhou’s many ethnic minority groups through their own original compositions and re-workings of local folk melodies.

Shanren fuse Yunnan/Guizhou indigenous music with various modern styles to produce a fresh sound as accessible as it is unique. The popularity of their energetic live shows has recently led to a tour of Korea and a triumphant appearance at the Barcelona Merce Festival 2010. In January 2011 Shanren were invited to represent China at the Reed Midem global music expo in France.

Wild, eccentric and charismatic, Shanren are true ambassadors for China’s ethnic diversity in this emerging era of Chinese musical creativity.

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