Street Hustle Promotions is proud to present Simple Plan VIP concert on Friday, Jan 6 2012.
Canada’s hottest rock band is back, and set to debut in Beijing as part of their upcoming Asia tour.
Scheduled to perform at one of Beijing’s most intimate live event halls, YuGongYiShan this 900-capacity multi-function venue is located next to one of Beijing’s most famous attractions Nanluoguxiang. This venue will give fans what they wanted the first time, an up-close and personal concert with their favorite band, Simple Plan.
Topping the Billboard charts with their hit single Crazy, the multi-award winning Canadian punk-pop band, Simple Plan, will treat Beijing to all of their hits from their multi-platinum catalog.
Centrally located and ready for the most-famous and electrifying act to ever walk its halls, YuGongYiShan is going to be the perfect setting for one of North America’s most popular bands. Tickets are limited, so buy your tickets now before they sell out!
• Friday January 6, 2012 at 7:30PM;
1) RMB 280 (EARLY BIRD (FIRST 200))
2) RMB 350 (Presale)
3) RMB 500 (100 ONLY)
- VIP TICKET FOR FRONT ROW
- ACCESS TO SOUND CHECK PARTY WHERE FANS CAN MEET THE ARTIST
- ACCESS TO AFTER PARTY
Location: Yugongyishan, 3-2 Zhang Zizhong Road, Dongcheng district, Beijing, China +86 010 84028477
Official ticket booking website:
Simple Plan is one of Canada's most successful punk-pop acts, featuring a lineup comprised
of former high school pals Pierre Bouvier, Jeff Stinco, David Desrosiers, Sebastien Lefebvre and Chuck Comeau. Originally founded in 1999, the multi-award winning band toured around Canada gaining popularity by connecting with their listeners on more than just a superficial level. Pierre Bouvier states “We know what kids go through; because we've been through that …We want kids to feel like we're talking about them and for them”. This relationship has led Simple Plan to emerge as one of the preeminent Pop Punk bands in the world. They landed show dates with the annual Vans Warped Tour in 2001 as well as spots with Toronto's Snow Jam. By now, Simple Plan had a spunky, energetic punk sound, textured like Cheap Trick, but raw like Pennywise.
In 2002, Simple Plan headed into the studio to make a record. Simple Plan’s debut album, No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls received rave reviews and achieved double platinum status, selling well over 2 million copies. Their second album, Still Not Getting Any..., followed next year and did very well, scoring he hits "Crazy" and "Welcome to My Life." Simple Plan continues to release more studio and live albums. The band's newest and fourth studio album titled Get Your Heart On was released on June 21st 2011. The album’s first single "Jet Lag" has been soaring at radio charts globally since its release in early May. Their second single “Astronaut” promises to be a stellar hit!
On January 6th, Simple Plan will have a one-night performance in Yugong Yishan, which will be a night to remember and the perfect way to start the year off. They will not only be showcasing their newest works but also displaying their bests. Presale Tickets start at 280 rmb for pre-sale, 350 rmb for door.
Remembrance Day Poppies are now available at the main gate of the Canadian Embassy in Beijing on
19 Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Please remember to make a donation for those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
by John McCrae 1919
Come join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the UBC Department of Asian Studies! Since our founding in 1961 the Department has been at the forefront of teaching and research about Asia in North America. Over the years our department has expanded to offer many different Asian culture, literature and history classes as well as adding on several new languages to our already extensive list.
This night is an opportunity to look back and see how much this department has developed, as well as to connect with alumni, staff and faculty, and current students. Come enjoy light snacks and champagne at the reception, followed by a delicious dinner buffet with wine, and a performance by the UBC Persian Music Ensemble to celebrate the launch of the Department’s new Persian Language and Iranian Studies Initiative.
Thank you for being a part of our 50 - year journey, we would be delighted if you could join us to help celebrate our first 50 years.
For more, please click here.