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Sat Jan 9 2021-01-09 2021-01-09
Apres Ski Party at Tacolicious
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This Saturday, 9th January is Tacolicious’ Apres Ski Party. Expect the venue to be transformed to all things snow and ski-related with fun Apres Ski-themed activities throughout the night on the terrace to make you feel like you’re up in the snowy mountains. If you’ve got cheesy dreams, Chef Thijs will have a raclette taco special happening, and you can expect drink deals that include jager bombs (3 for 100rmb), spiked hot chocolate & mulled wine (35rmb each), and free shots from 9pm. DJ Baksheesh is also lined up to entertain from 9pm to late. Also, dust off your skiwear 'cuz best Apres Ski outfit wins a cash prize at 11pm. Party starts from 8pm.

  • TAGS: Nightlife
  • DATE:Sat Jan 9
  • TIME:8pm
  • WECHAT CONTACT: -
34 Yuyao Lu, near Haifang Lu
余姚路34号1幢, 近海防路
34 Yuyao Lu, near Haifang Lu
余姚路34号1幢, 近海防路
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