icon-atmosphere2Shanghai: China’s commercial capital Shanghai is all set to open Asia’s biggest gay club March 1.

Angel, the organizers, have been organizing several massive events and moved from club to club to advertise this event. The new club they claim is the biggest gay club in Asia to date and is located within Shanghai Stadium.

The pics from the soft opening hint at a spacious and glitz club crammed with barely clad guys, gogo dancers, flashy projections and lasers, reports shanghaiist.com.

For the grand opening organizers are flying in deejays George Leong of Singapore and Massimo Paramour from Matinee London to heat up the crowd, while gogo boys and drag performances will provide the visual impact.

Entry for the pre-opening on February 28 is free all night long. However, on the grand opening March 1, entry tickets will cost 30 RMB (US$5) and include a drink before 11 pm and 60 RMB inclusive of a drink after 11 pm.

According to its website angelshanghai.com, Angel was established in 2011 with Angel Events Shanghai becoming one of the most famous LGBT entertainment brands in Asia.

It attracts hundreds of thousands LGBT people and attributes its success to the local sophisticated creation team and international partners.

The brand operates five establishments in Shanghai.

“ANGEL” is an acronym for Affordable price + Nice crowd + Great atmosphere+ Efficient services+ Love. Angel has become an attractive and popular brand among GLBT groups.

“It’s a great place to meet new people and have some fun. if I were to live in Shanghai, I would go to Angel every weekend,” said a traveler from Southeast Asia.

Shanghai, China’s commercial capital and largest city by population, contains different cultures and people from every corner of the world. Every year, thousands of gay people come to Shanghai to check out the famous Angel’s weekend parties.

Angel has been devoted itself to create the best LGBT social circle in China for about three years offering a  offering variety of activities and events for socializing and entertaining.

Source: shanghaiist.com