Welcoming the holiday season in true Filipino fashion, Circuit Makati brings the Circuit Holiday Night Market this Nov. 15 to 17 from 5pm to 12 mn. 

This year’s night market fixes its lens on all things homegrown and Filipino. From dishes and local crafts, the six districts of the outdoor bazaar will showcase how Christmas is celebrated in the Philippines.

 

The Regional District will spotlight the craftsmanship and creativity of Filipinos, featuring locally products and delicacies from across the country including classic and flavored coffee beans, an assortment of snacks and spreads, leather goods, and Marikina-made shoes.

The Regional District’s Sagana cookies

Delivering gifting options from sustainable, zero-waste choices to health and beauty products, The Wandergram-led Lifestyle District lends its platform to new and established entrepreneurs who want to deliver its quality goods to a larger audience.

Khendrie’s Kitchen from the Lifestyle District

In partnership with children’s book author and TV personality Christine Bersola-Babao, the Celebrity District emphasize celebrity-owned and produced merchandise. Meanwhile, the Student District is a joint effort with the UP Organization of Business Economics Majors to support student entrepreneurs in their business ventures. Baked goods, artisanal soaps, and other unique products will be part of the lineup. 

Over at the Cuisine District, up to 30 merchants will serve delectable dishes and snacks as well as refreshing beverages. Organized by Mercato Centrale, the top food and lifestyle food incubator market in Manila, guests can expect a selection of Filipino and international food choices from home-based vendors. 

Bagnet Rice Patong, one of the food offerings over at Cuisine District

For greener options, the Green District, organized in partnership with the Landscape Management Group and Ayala Property Management Corporation, will feature vendors from across the country who will offer more than just succulents and houseplants. This district offers an answer to every gardening and landscaping need.

Not only will the night market house interesting finds and gift shopping, it will also serve festive accompaniment every evening from 5:30pm to 11pm for the entire duration of the event. The Globe Circuit Events Grounds will set the stage for CineCircuit outdoor movie screenings, contemporary arts and dance performances, live chorale performances, and sets by some of OPM’s finest. 

On Nov. 15, indie band Munimuni will bring their signature “makata pop” sound, while on Nov. 16, guests will hear local folk pop band Indayo play. On the final day of the night market, Lola Amour will bring their version of the pop-meets-funk genre to the Circuit Holiday Night Market.

Tickets for the Circuit Holiday Night Market will be available at the Globe Circuit Events Grounds registration area. Regular tickets are priced at P100, while student, PWD or senior citizen tickets are priced at P50. Children four feet and below may enter the night market free of charge.

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