Tainan - Countdown to 2012 at Tin Pan Alley

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Tainan - Countdown to 2012 at Tin Pan Alley

Postby eliza.corso » 28 Dec 2011, 14:46

Tainan City 台南市
Tin Pan Alley
Beimen Rd. sec. 2, no. 28 北門路二段28號 (across from the main park near the train and bus stations)
Dec. 31st, 9:30pm start

As foretold by the Mayans, Tin Pan's New Years Party to end all New Years

This is it!
Party like there is no tomorrow for there might not be!
Lyova Lyubov will be at the decks, making you stomp your feet and shake your asses to some intergalactic discoid shit, as you watch the world melt away.
Don't miss the countdown! It's sure to be a BLAST!

Tons of special offers:
Gents: 150NTD w/ 1 drink
50NTD on selected shots ALL NIGHT!
50NTD punch before midnight!
FREE SHOTS at midnight!


be sure to be there for the midnight countdown, which will feature a PRIZE-FILLED BALLOON DROP!!! Don't miss your chance to win free drinks and bottles of Champagne!

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