ROOM FOR TEA
Room for Tea, a tea-themed immersive art pop-up is touching down in Downtown Manhattan on August 28. Tickets are on sale now. It offers a 40-minute fun journey, featuring 5 main scenes and 18 visual highlights inspired by tea culture around the world and its adaption in NYC.
The scenes include: “Labyrinth of Tea Origin”, “Milk Tea Metropolis”, “Matcha under Cherry Blossom”, “Summer BOBA Court” and “Mint Tea Secret Box ”, which represent different tea culture. Weekly guests from 6 New York hit teashops will treat every visitor with one of their complimentary signature BOBA tea. For those who look for more, Room for Tea also offers a 40-minute tea ceremony experience. Every ticket sold will help organization Trees for the Future to plant one tree.
“New York City is built off diversity. Tea should be thought of as more than just a Snapple, but as an ingredient that has the power to bring people together,“ says Bai, Creative Director of Room for Tea. “It’s more than a drink. It stands for different culture. Every culture has its own adaption here and in NYC we celebrate that. That’s why we created this pop-up.”
Room for Tea will land in Downtown Manhattan August 28 to September 22, 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. at 371 Broadway Manhattan. General Admission is $23, and Tea-enthusiastic ticket is $33, including 40-minute tea ceremony experience. Tickets are available now. Visit www.roomforteanyc.com for more information.
Venue: ROOM FOR TEA
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