You heard that right, folks! Due to insistent public demand, we’re extending everyone’s favorite weekend bazaar, Circuit Summer Night Market until the second-to-the-last Sunday of June! That means 6 more weekends for you to enjoy the nightly celebrations of street food, bargain finds, acoustic performances, and fun & games for the entire family!
In partnership with The Common Good Market PH and Inside Manila, we’re bringing you the best summer night shopping experience in the premier entertainment district of Makati!
It’s all happening this May and June 2018 at the Open Parking Lot of Circuit Makati. Event is from 4PM to 11PM every Saturday and Sunday.
Here are some snapshots from the first weekend in case you missed it:
Have a summertime picnic with friends and family,thanks to the fabulous food merchants from The Common Good Market.
Affordable and yummy street food awaits you at the Night Market. Do you like seafood? Then we suggest you go for it!
One-of-a-kind bargain finds for the moms! And yes, feel free to haggle for a discount.
There a stuff for the kiddies too! They definitely would go gaga over these Marvel Universe-themed socks.
It’s always a fun night at Circuit Summer Night Market. Happening from 4PM to 11PM. Come on over this weekend!
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