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Weekender: November 4, 2011

MMA fights, symphonies, and filmmaking
by Gelo Gonzales | Nov 4, 2011
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How lucky could we get? Two long weekends in a row? We’ll take it, thank you very much. Here’s what the weekend has in store for you!

Get your blood pumping


Want to see how real men duke it out? The blood will be dripping, the adrenaline is going to be high, and the fists will be flying hard and true as the best MMA fighters in the land test their mettle once again at the Colt 45 URCC XX (Universal Reality Combat Championship). The MMA fight extravaganza happens on November 5, 7 p.m. at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

Tickets are at P1,262.88, P526.20, and P315.72.

For inquiries, contact TicketWorld at 891-9999.

Perhaps a bit of culture will do
Classical music. You either love it or you don’t give a rat’s ass. If you’re amongst the former, here’s a treat for you. The Taipei Symphony Orchestra will be flying over to our country to bring you topnotch classical music on November 4, 8 p.m. at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo, at the CCP Complex in Pasay City. This grand musical event is loaded with talent as it features conductor Hubert Soudant, pianist Raul Sunico, and violinist Ray Chen.

Tickets are at P1,030, P824, P515, and P309.

For inquiries, contact TicketWorld at 891-9999.

Another costume party? Why the hell not!
Yes, Halloween’s over, but don’t tell that to these guys. On November 4, Friday, The Eventologists give you a reason to dress up once again as they present WICKED: A Halloween Costume Party. The party happens at Blue Onion in Eastwood, and urges you to get down and dirty with it as you don your fiercest, sexiest, scariest, and most fashionable costume. If your costume is truly wicked, then you might even win prizes. Show them what you got, you costume party freak!

300 pesos gets you in with free flowing drinks from 10 PM to 12 AM

Contact Details:
For VIP Tables/Couches kindly message any of these Eventologists: Angelica Prudente at (63 916) 565-3828 or Jason Yu at (63 917) 537-8539.

NEXT: A water-themed festival and bazaars

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WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES
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