When time stood still-A A +A
By Mark Vargas
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
THE Reset6100: Urban Art Exhibition and Music Festival at the Bacolod Baywalk last May 31 was a success. Partyphiles in the City of Smiles really enjoyed the electronic sounds and other fun activities of the festival.
The organizers of Reset made history in organizing a party in Bacolod for they had introduced a new concept of arts and music festival here. It showcased the skills and abilities of local artists and various talents, set to a musical backdrop with local and international disc jockeys (DJs).
The partygoers also had fun watching the fire dancers, the MassKara electric dancers and the pride of University of St. La Salle-Artian dancers performing fabulously.
Even as the sun was still scorching hot in the daytime, there were already live street competitions like skateboarding, longboarding, BMX, and fixed gear bicycle exhibition.
There was also an art exhibition from various local artists led by the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros, featuring on-the-spot canvas painting, graffiti murals, and 3D art.
I arrived with my friend, Jay Amarante, proprietor of Icon Photography, a little late in the evening. We went straight to the stage beautifully set up with massive, state-of-the-art lights that complimented the stunning sunset view.
We also enjoyed the foods and drinks that were sold in the area.
Resetting the time to stop for a while to enjoy the night with more fun can be one of the time options of Reset6100.*
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on June 11, 2014.