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Sultry Saturday nights with Zion Band

Spend your Saturdays being serenaded by the soulful sounds of the Zion Band.  With hits such as Kasagutan, as well as sultry renditions of "Knocks Me Off My Feet" and "The Man Who Can’t be Moved," the Zion Band is set to warm your chilly nights every Saturday for the month of January. Catch them as they perform live at Centris Walk at 7 p.m. Sultry  Saturday nights with Zion BandGood music and diverse dining options can be enjoyed at Centris Walk. Choose from Jack’s Loft, La Asya Restaurant, Yang Chow, Pho Hoa, My Thai, Tong Yang, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Tutti Frutti, Soya Bar, Larry and Mau Diner, Pancake House, Ramen X, Uncle Cheffy and Kuse. Newly opened Echo Store offers food and beverages made from fresh and organic ingredients. Apart from music and food, Centris Walk offers wellness opportunities from Gold’s Gym and Plana Forma as well as pampering from Lay Bare and Nail It!. Lazer Maxx, Bungee Fun, Wowowheels and Kiddie Wheels make bonding moments more special. Interesting finds may be had from specialty retail stores Center of Gravity, Out of the Box (Apple Center), Global Cigars, Wines and Spirits, Neutral Grounds and Echo Store. Online games of luck may be played in E-Games. Every Sunday, a Holy Mass is offered at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. at the Elements Function Room. You can then enjoy a fun-filled family day at the Sidcor Sunday Market from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy free live entertainment from the country’s top OPM artists while you dine, shop or play. Spend your weekends with the family and get a whole new lifestyle experience at Centris Walk. Centris Walk is a lifestyle strip in Eton Centris, a 12-hectare mixed-use township project of Eton Properties Philippines Inc. (EPPI) of the Lucio Tan group of companies. Eton Centris is conveniently located at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, and recognized as the gateway to the new QC Triangle Park CBD. For more information, call 845-3866 or visit www.etoncentris.com
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