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Electrostatic 2015 at Abreeza Ayala Mall

Electrostatic 2015 at Abreeza Ayala Mall

Electrostatic 2015 at Abreeza Ayala Mall

Abreeza Ayala Mall invites you to start 2015 with a SPARK! Electrostatic 2015 is the year’s first big party and it promises to ignite the party spirit of Davaoeños. It will be happening on January 24, 2015 at the Park Dining Area of Abreeza Ayala Mall.

Electrostatic will be headlined by DJ Samir Ayeb, one of Manila’s in demand DJs. He is popular for his eclectic mix of music styles such as EDM, trap, hip-hop and R and B, and Top 40.

DJ Samir Ayeb Headlining Electrostatic 2015

DJ Samir Ayeb Headlining Electrostatic 2015

Also mixing beats for Electrostatic 2015 are Davao’s homegrown DJs Tien Batu, Wacky Masbad, Torch Gacuma, Uno Tupas, Jin Chan, and Niel Recinto.
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Mono Resto Bar and After Office

Mono Restobar and After Office

Mono Restobar and After Office

Is work bringing you down? Spend your after office hours at the newest restobar in town, Mono Resto Bar and After Office. Mono was conceptualized and opened as a venue to relax for professionals and businessmen who spend most of their time working and grinding to earn.

Mono Restobar and After Office

Mono Restobar and After Office

Mono Restobar and After Office has the perfect ambiance to chill and enjoy the night after a hard day’s work.

Mono serves beer, whiskey, wine, and other forms of liquor. They also serve up cocktails, Margaritas in a pitcher, and flaming shooters.

Tequila Sunrise by Mono Restobar and After Office

Tequila Sunrise by Mono Restobar and After Office


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Liwanag sa Dilim: A Benefit Concert featuring Rivermaya

Rivermaya in Davao

Liwanag sa Dilim: A Benefit Concert featuring Rivermaya

On March 12, 2011, Rivermaya will be performing here in Davao City. The band will be featured in LIWANAG SA DILIM: Rivermaya Live in Davao, a Benefit Concert for SOS Children’s Village. The concert will be at 7:30 pm at the CAP Auditorium.
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May Minamahal Valentine Concert

May Minamahal Valentine's Concert

Love is in the air!

Celebrate love this Valentines with your spouse, your family
and friends, or that special someone in your life, in the company
of three of the most versatile performers in the country today.

A memorable evening of delightful music and entertainment awaits you
as we bring you Hajji Alejandro and Rachel Alejandro and Karylle – live in Davao City -in “May Minamahal”, a Valentine concert on February 18, 7 PM, at the Bangko Sentral Convention Center.
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Winners of the 6th Mindanao FilmFest

Bakak by Studio Beta Productions

Bakak by Studio Beta Productions

Davao filmmaker and educator Ronald Gary Bengil Bautista did it again. After taking home most of the trophies during the 5th Mindanao FilmFest, Bautista and his crew at Studio Beta Productions took home 4 trophies at this year’s 6th Mindanao FilmFest. Bautista’s collaboration with his younger brother Leo George Bautista, an action martial arts film entitled Ang Sipyat won Best in Sound.

Meanwhile, Gary Bautista’s Bakak won for him the Best Director Award, the Best Guerilla Film Award, and the Best Film Award. The jury, composed of NCAA’s Teddy Co, columnist and artist Rudolph Alama, and lifestyle columnist and blogger Ria Jose felt that Bakak is a film that is both technically excellent and a good representation of a new direction that Mindanao films will take.
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6th Mindanao Film Fest

6th Mindano Film Festival

6th Mindano Film Festival

3 Documentaries. 11 Short Films. 10 Guerilla Films.

24 films will be available for viewing for the 6th Mindanao Film Fest, from December 3 – 5, 2010 at Cinema 5 at the Gaisano Mall of Davao.

The documentaries joining the film fest are “The Empowered Filipina” by Kamil Roxas, “Rhose, Where Do Your Dreams Go?” by Nawruz Paguidupon, and “This is my water” by Jeff McGary.

For the Short Films Students’ Category, the following are the MFF entries:

  • Thy Will be Done” by Kristian Somera
  • Lumon” by Leo Jeorge Bautista and Mark Nicholas Dapitanon
  • Tulay” by Zenas Harvey Apal
  • Kwerdas” by Jon Jose
  • The Red Balloon

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