Nightlife in Harbin frankly is a little disorganized: but it is more permissive, more relaxed, and more colourful than daily life.
Harbin¡¯s young generation, like young people in any other city, spend their evenings searching for release. They are the producers and actors of excitement. The most popular night venues for young people include bars, KTVs, and cinemas. Harbin people are generally good at Russian songs and most of them can seriously and emotively sing one or two of these. But if you prefer quiet places, where you can talk and relax, perhaps a caf¨¦ is a better option. Older people might like to dance for exercise in the square or in the park. But if you are not interested in any of these activities, just go to the Liu Laogen Grand Stage and enjoy the drama of Er Ren Zhuan, a local kind of lively folk art.
Central Street is considered the most popular street for bars in Harbin. Many unique bars and pub are scattered there.
Address: 1 Xi Da Zhi Street, Nangang District
Equipped with advanced facilities, Beifang Theatre is a modern entertainment spot with a great reputation.
Phone: (451) 3641779
Harbin Concert Hall
Address: 69 Business Street, Dao Li District
Built in 1959, the concert hall has great acoustics and a classical European style. It presents all kinds of concerts, such as symphonies, chorales, and solo recitals.
Phone: (451) 4641764
Harbin Purple Lilac Concert Hall
Address: Hong Zhuan Street, Dao Li District
The most popular concert hall in the city, the Purple Lilac Dancing Group has a Broadway style that has attracted thousands of domestic and overseas tourists.
Harbin Youth Palace
Address: 4 Stalin Street, Daoli District
Covering an area of 13,450 square meters, the Harbin Youth Palace is a center of youth activities. With 1,200 seats and facilities such as a costume room, conference room, lighting control facilities, audio-visual equipment, and film projector, it hosts various performances.
Phone: (451) 4619130