Feel the kilig and find fortune only in Bonifacio Global City as a jam-packed weekend awaits BGCitizens and visitors in celebration of February’s two biggest events.
Rising in the middle of Bonifacio High Street is a giant fairytale book with a sweet reminder that Happily Ever After exists. Take a selfie with your loved one (or ones!) and show the world why yours is one of “The Greatest Love Stories of All Time.” Upload your photo on Facebook or Instagram with #iloveBHS, and tag Bonifacio High Street (@bonifaciohighstreet) for a chance to win the ultimate dinner date from BGC.
As a special treat, BGC is hosting a Valentine’s concert featuring the best of OPM on February 17 (Saturday) at 7PM. Happening at the Globe Iconic BHS Amphitheater, Ensemble: A Valentine Concert will showcase a powerhouse line up with some of today’s hottest indie and mainstream music artists. Catch Ebe Dancel, Bullet Dumas, Clara Benin, Johnoy Danao, and Reese Lansangan along with the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra Quartet as they serenade with timeless OPM hits.
To get tickets, go to the BHS Concierge and just present single or accumulated receipts worth P2,000 from Bonifacio High Street merchants dated February 9 to 17, 2018. View full mechanics here.
Welcoming the Year of the Dog
Welcome the Year of the Dog in true Chinese fashion as BGC dresses up to bring Chinatown right at the heart of Bonifacio High Street.
Experience the rich culture of one of the world’s oldest civilizations as BGC fills the entire weekend from February 16-18 with a showcase of its food, music, and art guaranteed to delight the whole family. Expect to savor traditional Chinese fare, dance for good fortune, see cultural performances, and try your hand at guzheng (zither)-playing, calligraphy, and paper-cutting. If you wish, you can also take a peek at your future by joining the palm reading, tarot reading, and fortune telling events.
Save the dates BGCitizens! The Valentine’s and Chinese New Year’s festivities are celebrated in partnership with Globe Live, Chinatown TV, JBL, Katipunan Weekend Market, and the Ateneo Confucius Institute.