AyalaMalls Central Bloc entertains mallgoers with Art and Music Fest on first weekend

ART and music—these are just a couple of the cultural fundamental features that Cebuanos are known for. This rings true as Cebu has been recognized as part of the Unesco (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Network of Creative Cities with focus on design. Flourishing in the city are art and music with both professional and budding artists showcasing and perfecting their craft.

Witness the craft of the Cebuanos and enjoy homegrown music and live visual art during the AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s opening weekend event, Spotlight: Art and Music Fest, on Dec. 7 to 8. The event will also showcase an art exhibit and art workshops from local artists. Music lovers are also in for a treat during the two-day event as the afternoon is filled with live entertainment from 22 Tango Records. Mallgoers may jam with local artists as they perform their latest Visayan pop and Bisrock hits, as well as covers of mainstream hits.

Get a chance to win exciting prizes when you drop by the event and post all about it on social media. Just tag AyalaMalls Central Bloc’s official Facebook page on your post and use the hashtags #AyalaMallsCentralBloc and #SpotlightArtandMusicFest. The most creative and most liked posts will earn prizes from local crafters and artists.

The first week of December is going to be an exciting one for Cebuanos as they welcome a new hip and happening place for the young and the active: AyalaMalls Central Bloc. The mall situated on Padriga St., Cebu IT Park, Cebu City opened Dec. 6. (PR)


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