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British bands mark opening of QC’s new mall

The Ayala Malls opens another shopping destination, the Ayala Malls Vertis North in Quezon City. The first mall intended for the hip lifestyle of today’s young generation. Ayala Malls Vertis North is set to be the trendsetter for modern fashion, food, and fun in the north. It boasts a fusion of modern technology, art, and passion, which gives birth to exciting and cutting-edge innovations—the key things that influence the millennial generation. 

With all the fun and fashionable offerings of Ayala Malls Vertis North, it’s bound to be the new hangout of the free-spirited, the always connected, and the socially active northern community. 

To kick off all things cool, Ayala Malls Vertis North celebrated its grand opening by bringing in British pop groups The Vamps and New Hope Club to officially welcome the community with their upbeat music last Friday. 

The Vamps, which burst onto the music scene in 2013, have been taking the world by storm with hit singles, smash albums, world tours, sold-out concerts, and their own record label—and they show no signs of stopping. Brad Simpson (lead vocals and guitar), James McVey (lead guitar and vocals), Connor Ball (bass guitar and vocals) and Tristan Evans (drums and vocal), love performing and as they brought their beat to Manila, this energetic, and multi-faceted young band kept everyone up all night.

New Hope Club, made up of young musicians Blake Richardson, George Smith, and Reece Bibby, serenaded mall goers with hits that they have written themselves, like their breakthrough single “Perfume.” The trio packs their every song with an infectious energy and irresistible sense of fun. Fans sang along to their music and heard a lot of lively beats from their album Welcome to the Club.

Topics: Quezon City , Ayala Malls Vertis North
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