LG Club, 3F CITIC Square, 863 Sichuan N Road, Shanghai, China
Shanghai’s most popular gay dance party. ANGEL hosts special themed events all year, including their successful HEAVEN party series.
With state-of-the-art light & sound system, fabulous productions, international guest DJ’s and hunky dancers, ANGEL parties attract a large number of party boys who just can’t wait to take their shirts off.
ANGEL parties are usually held at Namco Shanghai Base in Putuo District – formerly named ‘Shanghai Repulse Bay Culture Center’ – check ANGEL’s Facebook for the latest updates.
venue: party (派对, 舞会) | features: bar, music, dancing (酒吧, 舞蹈, 音乐) | customers: mostly gay | attracts: All types
Why did it change?
“I've visited it recently, on February 14, 2018, and I was disappointed - because it was not the same as in October 2013 - it was a totally different building that time, much bigger - actually it was the best gay club I had ever been to - with the yard where you could talk with some guys smoking a cigarette or drinking beer. But this time they rented some small underground place. That party totally sucked I think, although they invited some Japanese DJ, whose music was just okay.“
Benjamin on 23-Feb-2018 | Problem with this review?
“It is one of the largest club in Shanghai but located a little bit far from downtown. Lots of local ppl in 20-40s. Music is just okay but not better than BKK. Staffs were kind. Local friend said Lucca is more popular for young guys these days.. I can say he is right. But Icon is still land mark of Shanghai gay club. Around 01:00am ppl took off there shirts and danced together..It was nice move. :-)“
Ben on 27-Jun-2016 | Problem with this review?
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