DREAMAGINATION: A Magical Holiday Spectacle at SM Megamall
There’s nothing more magical than unicorns, rainbows and candy-colored dreams as SM Megamall delighted shoppers with dreamy and magical #ChristmaSMoments at the launch of its Dreamagination: A Magical Holiday Spectacle celebration last November 8, held at the Mega Fashion Hall.
“Every year we challenge ourselves to come up with a theme that surpasses the grandness of the previous year. We are very excited with this holiday season because we know our customers would love this year’s colorful and magical theme,” said Christian Mathay, SM Supermalls Assistant Vice President for Mall Operations.
At the media launch hosted by Tim Yap and Karla Aguas, the mall unveiled its 45-foot Christmas centerpiece, adorned with candy-colored jewels, rainbows, and iconic unicorn and toy soldier dolls. SM Megamall welcomed the holidays with whimsical performances by local and international acrobats, such as the Twin Ballerinas Annika and Tisha; Eric Aranas as Toy Soldier and parkour stunts by members of Ninja Academy as Elf Jumpers; the awe-inspiring acts by global Vertical and Trapeze Dancers; and spiral pole and rope dancer Kristel De Catalina of Pilipinas Got Talent season 6.
More exciting events await shoppers exclusively at SM Megamall this season Mallgoers are invited to visit the DC Justice League Christmas Capers for a chance to play fun, interactive games. You can grab latest Justice League merchandise at DC pop up stores at The Event Center, Mega A and The SM Store, Mega B at the Event Center from November 16 to January 14, 2019.
Share dreamy and magical #ChristmaSMoments with friends and family at #MegaChristmas2018 holiday spectacle. Merry SM Christmas!
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