Last Call for This Valentine’s Day Free-Flow Traffic Light Party

By That's Shanghai, February 12, 2021

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El Santo is hosting a Traffic Light Party on Valentine’s Day, and whether you’re loved up, loved out or just love to party, they've got you covered.

Grab your free shot on arrival and a red, yellow or green glow stick and get ready to meet your match. They're pulling out all the stops for this one with three hours of free flow drinks, traffic light shots, confetti, DJ plus all the fun time vibes your body can handle.

Get your glow stick on arrival to display your status:

  • Red: Taken! Don't Even Bother

  • Yellow: Confused, Not Sure

  • Green: Single! Ready to Mingle

Tickets are just RMB198 presale and include free flow from 7-10pm plus a slice of Homeslice pizza! Get yours now by clicking here or scanning the QR code on the poster below:

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Sun, Feb 14, 7pm; RMB198. El Santo, B/1, Found 158, 158 Julu Lu, by Ruijin Yi Lu 巨鹿路158号B1层, 近瑞金一路

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