Sino Swedish Sounds will bring you live performances from Amanda Mair and Kite from Sweden, as well as Li Quan & B6, Zhang Weiwei & Guo Long, and Top Floor Circus from China. Expect an evening that will be jam-packed with Chinese and Swedish live music.
March 23, 7pm at Shanghai Aviation Park, 311 Guozhan Road (close to Shanggang Road), Pudong, Shanghai (上海浦东新区国展路311号近上钢路).
Free of charge! Come one –come all!
RSVP with your name to email@example.com to receive a ticket! And yes, it’s OK to bring a friend … or two!
How to get there:
Take metro line 7 to Houtan station. Exit from gate 4. Outside the exit there will be free shuttle buses that will transport you and your friends to/from the venue. Buses will operate from 6.30pm (the concert starts at 7pm – please arrive in time in order not to miss out!) until the concert finishes, around 10pm.
Amanda Mair was discovered by the label Labrador Reords in 2010. At the time, she had no MySpace account, nor any demos recorded. Her debut single “House” received good reviews and the Washington Post wrote: “The 16 (yes, 16)-year-old Mair sounds more like Kate Bush in her gorgeous, grown-up’s debut track than Kate Bush herself.” Swedish Poplight considered “House” to be one of the best songs of 2011.
Kite is a Swedishh synthpop group composed of Christian Berg (The April Tears) and Nicklas Stenemo (Melody Club) Originating from Malmø and now based in Stockholm they are signed to Progress Productions and have published four EP’s ince their debut in 2008. Kite have performed on festivals like Recession Festival in Aarhus in Denmark and on Arvika Festival and Putte i Parken in Sweden.