The Yeti crew, a Hong Kong / Shanghai music powerhouse formed by DJing brothers Tom and Arthur Bray, are serving up five post Art Basel events this week. Unlike the typical sterile venues that offer no local vibe, attending the Yeti parties you’re certain to taste a bit of Hong Kong flavor.
Several of the spots they selected have a strong neighborhood feel. These include a “disco” in a seedy part of Wanchai, an African restaurant inside Kowloon’s infamous Chung King Mansions, and a nondescript drinking hole adjacent to the city’s lengthy escalator.
All of the events are free, although some may require guest-list. Have a look at the flyers below for more info.
Cakeshop Seoul’s Art Basel pop-up is back!
One of our favorite events from last year’s Art Basel was a pop-up collaboration between Seoul’s Cakeshop club and the Yeti gang. This year the Cakeshop crew, including Djs Kingmck and Soulscape are back again at the same location. Read our post from last year to find out exactly why you shouldn’t miss these events which take place on March 23rd and 24th.
The list of performers this year is indeed impressive and includes DJs from London and Mexico City. Have a look at the event listing for further details.
Le Baron Shanghai, Art Basel Hong Kong pop-up
The progressive Shanghai nightclub Le Baron is also hosting several events during the week. Our friend DJ Wordy will be playing, along with several others.
There are so many events taking place, it’s difficult to keep them all straight. Below are a few more invites, and a summary of the events that Yeti are involved in.
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