Abreeza's grand party brings house music, 3D mapping

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

ALMOST 3,000 Dabwenyos can't be wrong: Reverie 2014 was one for the books.

Abreeza Ayala Mall, together with Manic Nightnings Productions, proudly held Reverie 2014 at the Park Dining area on January 18, 2014.

The dance music party featured DJ sets by four in-demand acts from around the country: Davao's club favorite DJ Torch, Boracay beatmaster DJ Reo Mendoza, Manila-bred veteran talent DJ Erwin Edralin, and the event's main act, Boracay's DJ Surf.


Rounding out the night's agenda was a fantastic 3D mapping segment by Scratchmedia Visuals, a first in Davao and in Mindanao that the Reverie crowd had the privilege of witnessing.

Reverie 2014 kicked off at 6 p.m. with DJ Torch warming up the crowd of revelers. DJ Reo Mendoza then took over with a sexy deep house set, followed by DJ Erwin Edralin and his quirky EDM tracks.

At 9:30 p.m., the music faded and the lights dramatically went out all over Abreeza’s outdoor premises, and the partygoers watched in rapt awe as 3D projection mapping made larger-than-life visuals fill the formidable façade of Seda Abreeza Hotel.

The party then picked up with a final set by DJ Surf, who got the crowd of 2,700 Dabawenyos to bounce along to his infectious beats for the rest of the night.

A year of excitement has only just begun at Abreeza Mall, with more events set to entertain mall-goers this month alone. The Red Bazaar at the Activity Center continues to offer shoppers sale finds until January 30. On January 31, Abreeza Mall holds its mall-wide Chinese New Year celebration, and at 6 p.m. on the same day, the Activity Center plays host to performances by prima ballerina Lisa Macuja and singer Bryan Termulo in an event dubbed Ballet and Ballad.

For more information on programs and happenings at Abreeza Mall, visit the concierge at the ground floor or call (082) 321-9332.

Stay updated by liking www.facebook.com/AbreezaMall and following @abreezatweets on Twitter and @iloveabreezamall on Instagram.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 27, 2014.


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