Scream with Delight as Nordic Musicians Perform this Halloween
Get ready to scream with delight as a group of Nordic musicians, this Halloween, perform their indie music live in the center of town.
Indie music also known as Independent Music, from recording to publishing, involves only the musician, which is different from the music produced by major commercial record labels or their subsidiaries.
The Halloween artists like Postiljonen from Sweden, Siv Jakobsen from Norway and Pandreas from Norway will send shivers down your spine as they share their wonderful passion of music with you.
What’s more…in the spirit of Halloween the person wearing the best Halloween attire will receive, for free, a dead strong alcoholic drink.
Introduction of major artists:
Postiljonen is an electronic band enjoying international fame and last spring their brilliant performance during the West Lake Music Festival still lingers on in our minds. The contrast of sounds produced by their musical instruments and the soft, airy voice of the singer are simply electrifying.
Siv Jakobsen is a young singer and songwriter from Norway who according to music critics is, with her airy voice, comparable to other Scandinavian artists such as Ane Brun and Melissa Horn.
Siv’s devotion to music is quite impressive as her latest songs were produced in an old apartment with only a door and bed. This May she released her first EP including seven singles and this is her first time to visit Hangzhou.
Pandreas is the nickname for 24-year-old DJ and producer - Andreas Kleven Rasmussen. A rising star in the indie music world the singles, Rube and Rås, produced by Pandreas have received praise from Pitchfork (an online magazine known for its focus on independent music) and the Guardian.
Time: October 31 from 21:00 onwards
Add: No. 4-105 Yuan’gu Creative Park, No. 29 Changle Road, Gongshu District (拱墅区杭州拱墅区长乐路29号元谷创意园4-105)
Tickets: 80 RMB per person on the spot and 60 RMB per person in advance (For advance bookings please send an email to email@example.com)
The sun is shining and the autumn wind is just right. In such good weather, it is a good idea to travel back in time in the Hangzhou Confucius Temple. Here, you can cultivate your mind and soul. In the temple, tablets can be seen everywhere, positioning people instantly in the ancient seat of learning in the capital city of the Southern Song Dynasty. Here, you can stop and appreciate the ancient moss-covered stone tiles, which seems to narrate the thousands-of-year history of the Confucius Temple.