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Festival brings community closer

Premier garden central business district in the south, Filinvest City, gives its residents, employees, and guests a chance to come together, enjoy the city’s healthy outdoors, and make new friends with its first-ever Festival of Possibilities.

Happening on June 8, from 3:00 p.m. onwards at the Filinvest City Events Grounds, the Festival of Possibilities is a social gathering that aims to bring the community closer. Through this exciting town-wide fair, city dwellers will get to explore the possibilities of play and music with activities consisting of inflatables, arcades, a bazaar, and awesome performances from Ben&Ben, Autotelic, Franco, and Parokya ni Edgar.

Filinvest City stages its first Festival of Possibilities that aims to bring the community closer through fun activities.

“We are happy to host the first Festival of Possibilities as it showcases Filinvest City’s lush greeneries and open spaces,” says Filinvest Alabang, Inc. senior vice president for townships Don Ubaldo. “We also believe that with Festival of Possibilities, we further cement our stature as a community that brings together family and friends through fun, engaging events.”

To join the festival, residents and employees only need to present a proof of residence or employment at Filinvest City. 

Kids are guaranteed a fun time at the town-wide fair’s inflatables.

Non-residents and non-employees, meanwhile, may buy tickets priced at P500 at the venue gates or may purchase items from any of the merchants in Festival Alabang, Westgate Center, and Fastbytes in Northgate Cyberzone until June 8. The receipts equivalent to P1,000 may be exchanged at the venue gates for one ticket. There is no limit in the number of receipts to be presented, but each transaction must have a minimum purchase of P200.

Visit Filinvest’s official Facebook page to know more.

Topics: Filinvest City , Festival of Possibilities , Ben&Ben , Autotelic , Franco , Parokya ni Edgar , Don Ubaldo
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