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on Sun Aug 2 2020 2020-08-02 2020-08-02
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‘SLOW’, the daytime event for Sunday bliss is back – starting things off with a HOLIDAY EDITION. Recharge and take a bit more out of the weekend: SLOW is taking the ‘night’ out of nightclub and are creating a festival vibe on Sunday afternoon and evening that lets you enjoy slow(er) jams across 50 years of club music and beyond. Bites & sips, ice cream and coffee and healthy food let you recharge. Explore a big vintage market with many sellers offering truly sustainable shopping experiences. Vinyl records and custom screen-printed T-Shirts for sale, massages, a tattoo artist and tarot-reading by an actual mermaid round off things for a fun, friendly and relaxing atmosphere.

© Photo by SmartShanghai
B1/F, 265 Nandan Dong Lu, near Caoxi Lu
南丹东路265号B1楼, 近漕溪路
© Photo by SmartShanghai
B1/F, 265 Nandan Dong Lu, near Caoxi Lu
南丹东路265号B1楼, 近漕溪路
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