WIN! ¥200 Voucher for Live Music in the Abbey Road Garden

By Ned Kelly, June 3, 2020

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It’s great weather to be in the Abbey Road garden, and what better way to enjoy it, than with live music from the Endless Charades Duo this Saturday, June 6 from 6-9pm. Entry is free and happy hour is on until 8pm with RMB30 house wines and RMB35 margaritas. Or you can opt for their super hour, which is actually two hours of free flow wine, beer and cocktails for just RMB150. Why is it so super? Well, you can redeem this special anytime you’d like. 

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Abbey Road is offering a RMB200 voucher for their live music night to one lucky That’s Shanghai reader. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our WeChat account (ID: thats_shanghai) along with your email address, delivery address and phone number.

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