What's On in Tianjin: June 2018

By That's Tianjin, May 29, 2018

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That's Tianjin picks the best things to do in the city each month. 

Jun 15: Operation Turbo Dumpling


Back Alley are putting on night of music with free entry: Operation Turbo Dumpling. Enjoy jazz, ska, rock, hip-hop and folk (yes, all of those) for a night of good tunes and good fun. With all the different genres, there’s something for everyone. 

Fri Jun 15, 8-11.30pm; Back Alley, see event listing.

Jun 16: Tianjin African Cultural Night


The General Union of African Students invites everyone to Martins Café for a night of cultural exchange. The event promises loads of delicious African food from the buffet, a fashion show and African dancing. This year’s theme is “Re-Imagining and Celebrating the Afro-Futuristic Tomorrow,” and there will be keynote speakers on the topic. 

Sat Jun 16, 5.30pm; RMB100-200 (advance); RMB150-250 (door); Martins Café, see event listing.

Jun 16-18: YinYang Music Festival 2018


YinYang festival fuses the love of music and nature together – RMB30 of every ticket purchase goes to the development of a new forest in Tianjin, on land obtained by the festival organizers. The lineup boasts 20 international artists among local Chinese acts. There will be plenty of food vendors, a camping site and even a silent disco. There's nothing like listening to some live music with a scenic backdrop of the Great Wall at sunset. You can even bring your own food and drinks, with the exception of glass bottles. Just remember not to litter! 

Sat Jun 16-Mon Jun 18, 12pm; RMB380 (single day), RMB580 (presale weekend pass); Huangyaguan Great Wall, see event listing. Buy tickets here.

Through June

Spanish Siesta Brunch


Rey de Gambas has a brand-new brunch deal. For just RMB150, you can get the tapas brunch set menu, plus tea and coffee, and bottomless cava. Enjoy three-and-a-half hours of bottomless booze. We’re pretty sure that this deal will force you to have a siesta afterwards though. 

Sundays, 11.30am-2.30pm; RMB150; Rey de Gambas, see event listing.

World Cup 2018 at Rey de Gambas


Rey de Gambas have major deals for World Cup fans. For just RMB150, you can have a couple of hours of free-flow Sangria, Qingdao, wine and rum-and-coke during games – all that and, of course, the thrill of seeing your team in the tournament. Get in the spirit with some serious comfort food – included in the deal is bottomless BBQ. Burgers and lamb chops make everyone feel ready to party. 

Starting Mon June 4, 6pm-4am; RMB 150; Rey de Gambas, see event listing.

Caroline Astor Afternoon Tea


Indulge in The St. Regis Bar’s signature afternoon tea set, “The Caroline Astor Afternoon Tea,” while overlooking the Hai River. This special set includes daily baked scones, six kinds of finger sandwiches and sweet delights. Complete the experience with The St. Regis blend tea. 

All month, 2.30-5pm; RMB448/two people; The St. Regis Bar @ The St. Regis Tianjin, see event listing.

Menu Enhancement at Riveria


Tianjin meat lovers rejoice: Riviera has heard your prayers and answered them. Riveria are adding a number of amazing new steaks to the menu. These prime cuts include the Ribeye Wagyu Marble 9, Tenderloin Black Angus aged 200 days, Strip-loin Wagyu 7, Tomahawk Angus Marble 2 and the Ribeye Black Angus. With amazing cuts like this, praise the meat gods that the chefs at Riviera know what they are doing – handling the steak with care in essential. Nothing but a little salt and pepper are required to let these incredible flavors from the meat shine through. 

All month, Riveria @ The St. Regis Tianjin, see event listing.

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