RSVP Now to Get a Free Gift Bag at Archwalk's Christmas Shindig!

By That's Shanghai, November 20, 2018

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Looking for Christmas fun for the whole family? Then here's an event you can't miss!

On December 8-9, we're taking over Shanghai Archwalk to host a festive Christmas extravaganza. The 2018 Christmas Shindig will be a fun-filled, family-friendly gathering.

Prepare for plenty of yuletide cheer as Archwalk transforms into a magical holiday village for the weekend. Attendees will join in on events such as live music performances, Santa Claus parades and a Christmas bazaar featuring gifts, DIY activities, games, tasty food, delicious drinks and so much more. 

Attendees will also receive a passport to collect stamps and receive Christmas goodies and win lucky prizes. Stop by booths at the market or select Archwalk stores to get stamps and other special prizes. Collect enough stamps and you'll even receive a secret gift from Santa Claus himself!

Registered attendees will also receive a free Christmas gift bag. Best of all, it's totally free (with RSVP)!

RSVP is required. Click here to register right now and receive a free Christmas gift bag at the event.

The festivities don't stop there! Head to Archwak anytime from December 8 to 22, to enjoy special seasonal discounts and promotions at their shops.

Christmas Shindig


Christmas Shindig, Sat-Sun Dec 8-9, 11am-5pm, free entry (RSVP required). Shanghai Archwalk, see event listing, RSVP.

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