Last Chance to Get Tickets to That's Shanghai's Halloween Party at Cages

By That's Shanghai, October 23, 2019

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Spooky music. Spine-chilling shows. Creepy drinks. Prizes for the best dressed. And even a haunted house. It’s that time of year for ghoulish get-ups and we couldn’t be more excited.

Once again, That’s Shanghai is hosting a hell of a bash as we join forces with Cages and Budweiser on Saturday, October 26. Pre-order tickets are just RMB100, which includes entry to all of the above freaky fun, and three drinks tickets good for Budweiser or spooky punch.

Budweiser will be decking the place out, including a full-on haunted house, while prizes to be awarded for the best dressed. Last year over 1,000 people rocked up in full costume (here's where you can buy you costume this year), people were dancing on tables well into the small hours.

That's Shanghai Halloween Party 2018 at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party 2018 at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party 2018 at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party at Cages

That's Shanghai Halloween Party 2018 at Cages


Saturday October 26, 9pm until hell freezes over at Cages. Pre-order tickets are RMB100, which includes three drinks tickets, and they can be purchased right hereTickets will be RMB200 at the door, so buy now to avoid disappointment.

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