And so, the 2011 and first edition of China’s Black Rabbit festival has all but been announced. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are not quite at liberty to give you all the details. All we can say is that on the middle weekend of September, we will be throwing open the doors to two very special one day festivals in Beijing and Shanghai.
Chengdu-based psychedelic rock quartet Proximity Butterfly are on tour in support of their latest album, Maybe Mars release The Reprieve.
Friday, May 13, 8 pm at Mao Livehouse:
Tickets on sale starting April 20
Price: 60 RMB(presale) / 80 RMB(door)
(includes 1 free beer)
Concert promoter Split Works is proud to present Hanggai. These Mongolian grasslands-punkers are back with their latest album, “He Who Travels Far,” and it’s been getting accolades all over the place. Come out to Yugong Yishan on Wednesday, Nov. 24 and check out their album release party and concert!
Split Works – China’s leading independent music promoter – brings the Field to the People’s Republic. This melodic Swedish Electronica Guru will be playing in Beijing (Dec 3) and Shanghai (Dec 4)
Split Works, one of China’s leading concert promoters, brought the captivating melodies of French electro-pop chanteuse Emilie Simon to Shanghai (Sept 24) and Hong Kong (Sept 25) in 2009.
Seattle indie rock-folk band the Cave Singers had fans across China rocking out to their tunes in 2009. Presented by Split Works, China’s leading independent music promoter.
Beijing (Sept 16); Wuhan (Sept 17); Chengdu (Sept 18); Chongqing (Sept 19); Nanjing (Sept 21); Changsha (Sept 22); Shanghai (Sept 23)
Iceland’s neo-classical maestro Olafur Arnalds captivated crowds in China for the second time with his eclectic mix of classical chamber music and contemporary electronics. Split Works, one of the leading musical event organizers in China, was proud to bring Olafur to Shanghai (Sept 10-11) Tianjin (Sept 19) and Beijing (Sept 20).
Split Works, China’s top independent music promoter, organized a China tour for Denmark’s Choir of Young Believers in fall 2010, bringing the unique mix of folk, orchestral and pop music to audiences in Shanghai (Sept 9), Wuhan (Sept 10), Changsha (Sept 11) and Beijing (Sept 12)
Australian blues guitar extraordinaire Jeff Lang amazed Chinese crowds for the second time in fall 2010. Split Works, one of China’s top concert promoters, was proud to bring Mr. Lang to Suzhou (August 27); Wuxi (August 28); Nanjing (August 29); Wuhan (September 1); Changsha (September 2); Hangzhou (September 3); and Shanghai (September 4)