Wanderlusts, Wordsmiths and OPM at Ayala Center Cebu

By PR |July 10,2018 - 07:11 PM

The premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the region, takes pride in giving mall-goers a little bit of everything. This July, Ayala Center Cebu presents three different events that will entice avid wanderlusts, wordsmiths, music-lovers and everyone in between.

The International Travel Festival 2018 from July 13-15

Great deals await tourists and travelers looking for their next great adventure at the International Travel Festival (ITF) 2018 from July 13 to 15, 2018.

On its fifth year, the ITF 2018 theme, “It’s All Here” is a look into what wanderlusts can come to expect from more than 100 exhibitors.

From airlines to hotels, resorts to cruises and so much more, mall-goers can find their booths at the Activity Center, the Gallery at the new expansion, rotunda level 1 and 2, along Cotton On and along Lucerne.

Food Tripping from July 13 – August15

Trip tickets for two to magnificent Paris, France and exquisite Barcelona, Spain, as well as a vacation package for four to Coron, Palawan await diners at Ayala Center Cebu from July 13 to August 15. Present a minimum receipt of P500 from participating food merchants to the concierge near Guess to earn a raffle coupon. What’s more, post a photo of your food trip, along with the hashtag #ACCFoodTripping to get a shot at winning gift certificates worth P1,000 every week.

CebuLitFest x KomiKet 2018 on July 21 and 22

Catch CebuLitFest x KomiKet on July 21 & 22, 2018 at the Activity Center. Also on its fifth year, the Cebu Literary Festival raises its curtains at 10 a.m. to celebrate everything that involves literature – talks, stories, books, spoken word, theatre, music, poetry events and so much more. Admission is free.

Agsunta Live at The Terraces on July 27

Touted to be the “Bagong Boses ng OPM,” alternative/indie music band Agsunta will be introducing Cebuanos to their vocal stylistics in what is expected to be a feels-filled show on July 27, 2018, 7 p.m. at The Terraces.

The group composed of Jireh Singson (vocals/rhythm guitars), Mikel Arevalo (lead guitars/backup vocals), Josh Planas (bass/backup vocals), and Stephen Arevalo (drums) has amassed quite a following with their noteworthy covers of OPM classics. More than gaining a reputation for their versions of other artists’ popular songs, they want to be known for their original tracks such as “Patawad Na” and “Liwanag.”

For the latest updates, like Ayala Center Cebu on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AyalaCebu and follow @AyalaCenterCebu on Twitter and Instagram. For more information, contact the Ayala hotline at 888-3808 or 888-3790.

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