Last Chance to Get Tickets to Beernanza Beer & Cocktail Festival

By That's Shanghai, May 11, 2021

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Are you ready for the biggest beer and cocktail event of the year? Beernanza and Mixnanza is just days away – bringing together great drinks, great friends and live music on a 2,000-square meter rooftop. This year’s event will be held from 1-10pm Saturday and Sunday, May 15-16, so you can spend the entire weekend taking in the beautiful backdrop of the Pudong skyline at Wharf 1846. This truly is the event of the summer!

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Last year, over 20,000 people attended throughout the weekend, and this year will be bigger, bolder and better with over 100 beers and cocktails, dozens of food vendors from Shanghai’s top restaurants, three live-music stages and over 30 musicians and top DJs from Shanghai’s best nightlife venues – all organized by Bevex and Lolypop Events.

The event this year will also include beer and brewing masterclasses, with the opportunity to sample the latest and coolest beers while a master brewer explains the brewing process. 

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Tickets 

Early bird tickets are just RMB68 per day per person, which includes one free drink, but sales close at midnight on Thursday, May 13. Get yours now by scanning the QR code below. Tickets are valid for either the 15th or the 16th, so simply buy now and pick your day closer to the date. 

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Details 

Date: Sat-Sun,May 15-16, 1-10pm daily
Location: 3/F, 3A No. 601 Waima Road, Huangpu District

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