Crack your knuckles, limber up and stretch out your legs and arms. We’ve got a 4-day Halloween weekend in front of us, and it’s jam-packed with an assortment of happenings, gigs, parties that’s sure to make this weekend a memorable one.
This October 29, the country’s longest-running annual dance costume party happens once again, and it promises to be nothing short of epic. They’ve enlisted the best DJs--Italian trance master Giuseppe Ottaviani, Dutch dance duo W&W, John Paul Lee, and MC Lavoce. The crowd’s sure to be a colorful lot, donning their craziest/sexiest/most far-out costumes, and the energy, and the atmosphere is going to be explosive. Bigfish Presents: Cream Halloween Ball 2011 is simply the biggest party this weekend, so don’t miss it!
Reserve your tickets and VIP tables now by calling (63 2) 632-7762 or (63 2) 634-8238 or log on to www.bigfishmanila.com to avail of early bird discounts. The event happens at the World Trade Center in Pasay.
Taking it to the streets
The festive vibe of this weekend has us all pumped up, so you know we’re not staying home. In fact, we’re headed for the streets of P. Burgos in Makati where the Burgos Halloween Festival happens this Saturday, October 29. Presented by Frenzy Condoms and Colt 45, this Halloween party is doing it Mardi-Gras style, and promises to be a spectacle of sights and sounds. Costume parades, cage dancing, side shows, bands, midget boxing, lubricant wrestling, and more—safe to say, this night is going to be pretty wild. Get your freak on, people!
Remington is back in fashion
If you haven't seen Zombadings yet--and we suggest you do--here's the perfect chance to catch it. Todas Las Bonggas, the Zombadings Halloween Party, happens on October 31, 10 p.m. at Gateway Cineplex 10, Cinema 5, in Cubao. For 200 bucks, the event is the first-ever interactive and participative screening of Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington. Come in your best Halloween costume, and get the chance to win prizes!
Log on to www.facebook.com/remingtonthemovie for more updates.
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