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IN PHOTOS: Ayala Triangle Festival of Lights makes a comeback

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IN PHOTOS: Ayala Triangle Festival of Lights makes a comeback

FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS. The beloved Makati tradition returns after two years.

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After two years, the show dazzles onlookers live once again

MANILA, Philippines — The Ayala Triangle Garden Festival of Lights made a dazzling in-person comeback with its first show in two years launching on November 10.

The beloved Makati Christmas tradition goes with a 360-degree approach after two years of virtual shows, kicking off with a new massive 3D animation projected on the garden’s canopy as a prelude to the dancing string and laser lights show people have come to love.

Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler

This year’s show was conceptualized by director Ohm David and lighting designer Sueyen Austero. The 3D projection was created in collaboration with Kroma and Acid House.

Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler
Rob Reyes/ Rappler

The show is set to three musical medleys: an orchestral rendition by the Manila Symphony Orchestra, a Tiktok-inspired number composed by Tris Suguitan, Jazz Nicolas, and Mikey Amistoso, and a chorale piece also composed by Jazz and featuring the voices of the Pembo Elementary School children’s choir.

The show runs every 6 pm to 10 pm until January 8, 2023. – Rappler.com

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