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Daily until Dec 6 2015-12-05 2015-12-06
KTGA: Tales From The Palace - 5th Grand Bazaar
Editor's Description
Kick The Gong Around, a.k.a. KTGA, does another of their big weekend markets, with live music, performances, workshops, art installations, lectures, film screenings, a children's area, and loads of vendors pushing everything from vintage wares to homemade soap and artisan foods. This is one of the markets you can definitely count on having a ton of vendors and a big crowd. Cover is 50rmb at the door, or 35rmb for students. Goes from noon-8pm.
150 Hubin Lu, near Jinan Lu
湖滨路150号, 近济南路
150 Hubin Lu, near Jinan Lu
湖滨路150号, 近济南路
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