Thursday, December 31, 2015

A Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle, Makati

Ayala Center's Festival of Lights is an annual spectacle of lights moving and dancing to the tune of selected well-known and celebrated Christmas songs.
 
This years, Festival opened last November 9 and will be entertaining visitors until  January 4, 2016.  The
Festival of Lights runs every 30 minutes nightly, starting 6pm to 10pm.  Entrance is Free. 
 
 
This year's show was directed by award winning directors Voltaire de Jesus and Luther Gumia, musical scoring is by acclaimed musicians and composers Jazz Nicholas and Mikey Amistoso of Watusi Manila (a multi-awarded creative production company).
 
 


 
 
The park sparkles with hundreds of colorful laser lights, and LED string lights.  It was a sight to behold.  Kids and kids at heart were all amazed at the glorious light display.
 
Watch the video below to see for yourself.
 
 
 
MamaSpeaks recommends a visit to the Festival of Lights ~ Check it out and be ready to be awed.
 
 
 

20 comments:

  1. A number of my friends posted on Facebook their own Festival of Lights experiences. I kept on reminding myself to mention it to husband that we try it as well. Too bad we werent able to visit. Our tomorrow is my last chance. Hoping. Hoping.

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  2. Great post. I really want to see this, maybe next year :)

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    1. Hi Sis, I uploaded a full video here. It is of course nothing compared to the real thing ~ but I was able to cover everything :P

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  3. I was so happy that we were able to see the festival of lights again this Christmas season. We went on Christmas day. :)

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    1. On Christmas day would have been chaotic. I am sure the place is packed. It was fun right... mood is really festive and fun!

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  4. its always so pretty there :) i really love the way ayala celebrates xmas :)

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    1. Yes it was really pretty. Unfortunately also full packed. The mood was fun and festive though ~ you can truly feel the happiness and excitedly in everyone.

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  5. Missed this one, which is so weird because I work just across! Haha! Will make sure that the fambam will see the one to be set-up this year. :)

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    1. I work in Ayala also and surprising as it may seem I almost missed this one too. I live in Rizal which means I had to dragged my kiddos all the way (traffic and all) just to see the light show. But it was worth it.

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  6. We went there on two previous Christmases, and it never fails to mesmerize us! We weren't able to go last Christmas, though. Sigh! -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

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    1. Well, there is always next year :P Thanks for dropping by sis!

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  7. I've still never ever seen this display! I always plan to go, but it never pushes through. :(

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    1. I have posted a full video if the light show here. The mood is real nice and festive. Your kids would have loved it there. Cheers!

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  8. Hello mommy Juvy happy new year :* wow such a great and colorful lightning, sayang di kami nakapasyal.

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    1. Hi Melisa, it was really nice. Medyo mahirap nga lang puntahan ~ with the traffic and all. You can always plan on attending the next one. The Pyrolympics is on going Saturdays of Feb and Mar at SM MOA. That is far better lights show. Consider watching!

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  9. I've never been to see the festival of lights at the Ayala Triangle but I heard how beautiful it was.

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    1. Yes it is beautiful. Mood is fun and festive. The Pyrolympics is ongoing now all Saturdays of Feb and Mar, do consider watching. It is a far better watch. Cheers!

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  10. We were also there in The Festival of Lights at Ayala Triangle Gardens. My kids enjoyed the dancing lights, most especially my 4-year-old. =)

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  11. It was fun wasn't it! Dami nga lang tao, but I think that sort of adds to the festive appeal! Thanks for dropping by.

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