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on Sat Oct 15 2011 2011-10-15 2011-10-15
TICT | Rooftop Party ft. Siesta & Heatwolves
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Siesta and Heatwovles bang out a Ice Cream Truck rooftop party -- expect anything from DnB, to house, dubstep, hip hop, disco, whatever. Cover: 60rmb, with a drink. Runs 2pm to 2am. Free before 5pm if you RSVP:
1 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Yan'an Lu
中山东一路一号, 近延安路
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1 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Yan'an Lu
中山东一路一号, 近延安路
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