April 2018’s first weekend was a weekend like no other in the Entertainment District south of Makati. While colored powder and EDM tunes spilled out on the grassy fields of Globe Circuit Events Grounds, and while eager theater buffs filled the seats of Power Mac Center Spotlight to catch Sa Wakas, A Pinoy Rock Musical, something amazing was happening at the Open Parking Lot of Circuit Makati.
Yes, folks, it was the opening salvo to the month-long weekend night market you’ve all been waiting for–Circuit Summer Night Market. And suffice to say, the first weekend was a blast, no small thanks to the amazing roster of merchants the Common Good Market assembled.
People started to trickling in to the lightbulb-festooned tent as early as 4PM. (Yes, folks, the level of excitement was that high.) Scroll down below and relive the highlights of the wonderful, wonderful weekend.
Everyone was excited to hunt for bargain finds under the canopy of lightbulb-filled tent. Yes, the Night Market was beautiful and Instagram-ready.
Fresh fried donuts were on offer, and it was a favorite amongst the kiddies. Would you want to try this out next weekend?
We know it’s summer but these hand-made blankets will be perfect for the coming rainy season. Snuggle up with your loved ones with these amazing finds.
The kids were treated to an assortment of giant board games such as Tic-Tac-Toe and this one pictured here–Snakes & Ladders! Yes, who ever said the Night Market is just for grown-ups?
Circuit Summer Night Market, of course, wouldn’t be possible were it not for our amazing partner, The Common Good Market, who brought in the retailers and food stalls for the weekend. Kudos to them!
Are you pumped for next weekend’s Circuit Summer Night Market? Remember, folks, it’s happening every weekend of April, from 4PM to 11PM. Brought to you in part by The Common Good Market PH and our official online media partner Inside Manila PH. See you next weekend, folks.
All images courtesy of Mike Lord Raymundo.
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