Hot in Beijing: Jake Bugg, Curious Incident, & More!

This week we have new events on our site,
from music to marathons!
Yes it's true, Fall Out Boy is coming to Beijing!
We know you been waiting to see them, and here they are:
The Craft Beer Festival is on
and we have no doubts it'll bring a smile to your face.
Just another note to brighten up your day...
The weekend. Is. Here.

Jake Bugg: Solo Acoustic Tour
Join the wonderful indie acoustic folk musician for an amazing unplugged session. The Guardian even claimed “his debut album topped the UK chart and went on to go double-platinum.”

Tango Live
May 4
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National Ballet of China: Swan Lake
In 1876, Tchaikovsky composed the score for his timeless ballet, Swan Lake, which premiered in 1895. The Imperial Ballet of the Mariinsky Theatre, and choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov have been praised for their mastery of the timeless piece, with Swan Lake maintaining its position as a hallmark of ballet.

National Centre for the Performing
Arts Opera HouseApril 29 - May 1
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GRAMMY Festival
The GRAMMY Awards has decided to bring the GRAMMY nominated and award winners to new world destinations, starting with the first ever GRAMMY Festival tour. Their first stop? China! So get ready to be star-struck Beijing.

Changyang Music Theme Park
April 30
From ¥ 580
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Run to the Beat
Running + Music = Run To The Beat! The unique (first in Beijing!) half-marathon you won't want to miss out on. The path takes you through the beautiful Ming Tomb Reservoir Scenic Area in Changping District on May 20, 2018, so get stretchin' and get ready to run.

Ming Tomb Reservoir
May 20
From ¥138
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Based on the acclaimed novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has been hailed by The Times as "a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle". Winner of 7 Olivier Awards in 2013, including Best New Play, this moving, imaginative piece is one for all-ages.

Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Centre Grand Theatre
May 24-27
From ¥480
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Fall Out Boy
Hailing from Chicago, Fall Out Boy is an American alt-rock band that has cemented their position as one of rock music’s biggest-selling bands, backed by their arsenal of top-ranked hits and albums that promise a show you can dance to.

Cadillac Arena
May 7
From ¥380
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Antonio Andrade: Mi Carmen Flamenca
Mi Carmen Flamenca reshapes the classic opera, both in music and dance, recreating some traditional Flamenco moments and exploring the spirit of a new Flamenco. The production premiered at the Deutsche Opera in Berlin and has since been performing in the best theaters worldwide - now making its way to the capital for your enjoyment.

Beijing Century Theatre
May 6
From ¥90 (Early Bird)
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Digital Revolution
As one of the most comprehensive presentations of digital creativity ever to be curated, Digital Revolution at WF CENTRAL explores and celebrates the transformation of the arts through digital technology since 1970. The exhibition brings together a range of artists, filmmakers, architects, designers, musicians, and game developers who are pushing the boundaries of their fields using digital media.

WF Central
Until May 20
From ¥100 (Weekday Ticket)
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Hot in Beijing: Jake Bugg, Curious Incident, & More!
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