Friday is FREEDOM! We’ll make sure you exercise your right to freedom to the fullest! That means another event-filled post to keep your weekend booked. The rain can’t keep Cebuanos from going out. Hey, you can even run and dance in the rain, if you like.
The weekend starts the minute that Friday workday ends. Grab the chance to get that work mode out of your system with one of these events:
1.) Loosen up at the Extended Play: Friday Night Music Soirée
Headbang to some heavy rock or dance the stress away to some beats. Just relax this Friday evening. Rock with bands, Averisk, Break Offenders, Dymphna and Time Keeper and dance to DJ Kokas. They’ll all be playing at The Monastery, Veteran’s Drive, Lahug, Cebu City starting at 8pm tonight. Entrance is FREE!
2.) Dance, dance, dance at Spot On: We Are Your Friends!
Need something that keeps you moving all night? With DJ Victor, Cebu’s own up-and-coming performance DJ, LIV’s own DJs Celine, Charlz, Jack and Nishhh and GMTFX as emcee, the dance floor is sure to be heated at the LIV Super Club, City Time Square, Mandaue City. The beats start dropping at 9:00 PM! Entrance fee is P200.
This is when you can push things up a notch because it’s the first day of the weekend that’s entirely yours. Kick your Saturday into high gear!
1.) Want more variety in music? Be at No Filtr!
More music never hurt anyone so get your fill with some of the best bands in the local music industry this Saturday night! Playing at the The Monastery will be Tony of Drop Decay, EYVIND, Foc Fashion, Loop, My Dragon Eats Cat Food, and Silingan Ni Felicity. The Monastery is located at the Veteran’s Drive, Lahug, Cebu City. Entrance is FREE so make sure to be there!
2.) Cheer for your bet at the Clash of the World Champions!
Get your heart racing and support your fellow Filipino fighters as they go toe-to-toe with opponents from Mexico and Indonesia. Cheer for Donnie “Ahas” Nietes, Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo, and Kevin Jake “KJ” Cataraja. The match begins at 6:00 PM at Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino, Lahug, Cebu City. Contact 505-9513 / 0936-994-1564 for the ticket prices.
3.) #Sayawpamore at Kinesthesia: The Senses!
Don’t feel like dancing on Friday night? Or you feel like you just need more? LIV Super Club will be having another top DJ in the industry, DJ Bigg Beats. With Guest DJ Dru, and LIV Super Club’s own DJs and GMFTX as emcee, get ready to get your Saturday pumped up at the LIV Super Club, City Time Square, Mandaue City, 9:00 PM! Entrance fee is P300.
Take it slow on Sunday. Chilling at home isn’t a bad idea. We’ve got #SundayChillLang to keep you relaxed and away from boredom but we’re giving you the choice to just crash at home or…
1.) Chill at Jazz Brunch Around
Imagine a brunch choices close to having the sky as the limit. Marco Polo Plaza Cebu’s Café Marco, El Viento Restaurant & Pool Bar, and the Lobby Lounge are sure to satisfy whatever your craving for. Having this kind of brunch by the poolside with some soothing jazz music is the perfect way to start a Sunday morning. Food will be served at 10:30 AM until 2:30 PM at P1,395.
2.) Laugh like there’s no tomorrow at Vice Gandang Ganda sa Sarili: Eh Di Wow!
THE Vice Ganda, stand-up comedian, host and singer will be in Cebu to end your weekend with the heartiest of laughs on July 19, 2015, Sunday at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino, Lahug, Cebu City. You can buy your tickets at the Ayala Center Cebu Concierge, SM City Cebu Customer Service, Waterfront Concerts and Events Counter or online at www.tselive.org
Prepare your next vacation with the International Travel Festival 2015
Take this weekend to plan that next awesome adventure! Or spoil yourself a little with the next city staycation. Several hotels, resorts, travel agencies, airlines, theme parks, even visa assistance companies will be giving away prizes and discounts at the International Travel Festival! You might just be able to get that dream vacation with sweating over the price. There’s more to see so be sure to check it out at Ayala Center Cebu. The exhibit will be there from Friday, July 10 until Sunday, July 12.
Photo credits: Feature photo by Ian Mikraz