WIN! Tickets to This Weekend’s Hutong Art Festival

By That's Beijing, September 22, 2020

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In need of some cool art to decorate your empty apartment walls? You’re in luck. Hutong Art Festival is back for another weekend on September 26-27 at Big Small’s Beiluo location. And we’ve got some more good news: You can score free tickets to the event! 


As usual, the two-day festival will bring together a unique bunch of Beijing-based artists showcasing their illustrations, comics and more. There will be over 40 different independent illustrators, art creators, brand managers and designers there to connect with you on the spot and share their stories. Check out some of the vendors right here. Food and drinks will also be available.

We’re giving a pair of tickets to three lucky readers. (That’s two tickets for each winner!) All you have to do is enter to win before Thursday, September 24. Good luck!

See the official poster below:



We’re giving a pair of tickets to three That’s Beijing readers. The lucky winners will be picked on Thursday, September 24!

For your chance to win, join the That’s Beijing Fan Club Group on WeChat. 

Scan the QR code below to be added to the WeChat group. Simply message ‘That’s Beijing’ to be added.

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Once you’ve joined, further instructions on how to win this prize will be posted in the group.

Sat Sep 26 & Sun Sep 27, 1-7pm; RMB30; Big Small (Beiluo). See a listing for Hutong Art Fest.

[All images courtesy of Hutong Art Fest]

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