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IV of Spades headlines Shangri-La Plaza’s August festivities

Prepare for an amazing month as premier lifestyle mall Shangri-La Plaza goes all out in giving awe-inspiring art exhibits, gourmet strips, and remarkable concerts this August. Apart from the shopping, dining and entertainment experiences you already love, you won’t want to miss the food discoveries, furniture finds, and fine performances that await mallgoers this month. 

Emerging Pinoy rock band IV of Spades
If local funk is more your speed, breakout indie band IV of Spades will also be bringing their signature sound to the stage this month. Recently hailed as Myx Music Awards’ New Artist of the Year for 2018, IV of Spades gained massive popularity with their catchy, refreshing retro-inspired tunes like “Hey Barbara” and “Mundo”—as well as for their slick, ‘70s-inspired outfits. Get into the groove with Zild Benitez, Badjao de Castro, and Blaster Silonga as they rock the Shang on Aug. 25, 7:00 p.m. at the Grand Atrium.

Meanwhile, the music madness at the Shang kicks off with world-famous John Ford Coley, one-half of the duo that gave us iconic soft rock ballads that we still love to sing today, like “I’d Really Love to See You Tonight,” “It’s Sad to Belong,” “We’ll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again,” and so much more. Watch and sing along favorite throwback hits as this legendary American singer conquers the stage tomorrow, Aug. 12, 7:00 p.m. at the Grand Atrium.

After some cool musical jams, embark in an extraordinary gastronomic experience in a series of foodie fairs at the Shang this August.  Mall guests discovered unique local finds in Urban Pod Fair from Aug. 3 to 5 at the East Atrium. From Aug. 24 to 26, come and enjoy good food from local farmers, organic food producers, and chefs in Garden Gourmet at the Food Forum. (In case you miss it then, this all-green foodie fair returns from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2.).

Gearheads will surely drive fast to the Shang this August as three luxury car labels — Mercedes Benz, Jeep, Land Rover and Jaguar are set to take their wheels inside the premier shopping destination. Sophisticated car aficionados can drool over a wide-range collection of high-end coaches, all happening the mall’s Luxury Lane. Mark your calendars as Shang presents the Mercedes Benz Exhibit until Aug. 15, the Jeep Exhibit from Aug. 17 to 29, and Jaguar and Land Rover Exhibit from Aug. 31 to Sept.12. 

Then, from Aug. 10 to 12 and Aug. 17 to 19, check out stirring artworks, handcrafts, and heavenly food selection in Artisan Fair at the Food Forum. You can also take a pick from the well-curated collection of unique local novelties in Urban Pod Fair on Aug. 30 to Sept. 2.  

Walk through Shang’s Home Exhibit from Aug. 15 to 23 at the Grand Atrium and get inspired to revamp your home with a sophisticated vibe. Then, explore unique urban finds in Articraft de Charite from Aug. 24 to 26 at the East Atrium.  

Immerse in some art at the Astrologist Gallery Exhibit until Aug. 21 at the East Atrium. 

Finally, Shang doesn’t want you to leave your beloved dogs behind, so bring them over because it’s Waggy Welcome. Your furry friends are allowed to roam around the mall with you, as long you present a proof of anti-rabies vaccination and keep them leashed with you at all times. 

Whether you are a laidback music enthusiast, a hippie artsy or an adventurous foodie, Shang definitely has a phenomenal plethora of different events that would make anyone feel right at home. 

For inquiries, call 370-2597/98 or visit www.facebook.com/shangrilaplazaofficial. Follow the Shang on Instagram: @shangrilaplazaofficial.

Topics: Shangri-La Plaza , IV of Spades , Zild Benitez , Badjao de Castro , Blaster Silonga
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