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Welcoming 2019 in style

Okada Manila, the metro’s premier leisure and entertainment destination, is no stranger when it comes to welcoming the new year in grand, festive style. To ring in 2018, the resort staged a breathtaking spectacle of light, music, and water complete with DJs, live acts, a grand fireworks display, and stunning shows at The Fountain and the Crystal Corridor.

Welcoming 2019 in style
Okada Manila welcomes the New Year with the biggest party in the metro
This year, Okada Manila takes its New Year’s Eve celebrations to bigger, more extravagant levels—it’s a full explosion of vivid colors, lights, and special treats that made this night of partying the metro’s most unforgettable one.

 A feast for the senses 

On New Year’s Eve, the entire property was lit up in the brightest lights and beams shooting up straight to the skies. Something special awaited guests of every age and preference at Okada Manila, including special shows, an exclusive concert, and scrumptious culinary offerings.

 The Crystal Corridor was all decked out for the party with two entertainment stages for live music from acts like Mayonnaise and the Okada Manila Entertainment Group to get guests hitting the dance floor. 

 What’s a New Year’s Eve celebration without drinks? At the newly opened Coral Lounge, guests got to enjoy a consumable package for as low as P2,000 per head for groups of 15 and dance to tunes performed live by Blast and Zcentido.

 An evening to remember

It’s truly an evening for the books at the Grand Ballroom with A Legendary Countdown Concert—a luxurious evening filled with memorable music, sumptuous food, and free-flowing drinks. This special dinner buffet and entertainment countdown will bring guests performances from OPM legends Hajji Alejandro, Marco Sison, and Rey Valera, as well as Hazel Faith and the Manila Sound Project, hosted by Nikko Ramos and Janeena Chan.

Partying straight into 2019

Recently ranked 37th in the Top 100 Clubs of the World by the International Nightclub Association, Cove Manila offers an unparalleled party experience within Southeast Asia’s biggest indoor beach and night club. 

 But before guests officially welcomed 2019, LA-based English DJ Pete Tong dished out dope beats from the booth. DJ Pete Tong has made his name hosting the annual Miami Music Week pool party and his tenure at the legendary Ibiza nightclub Pacha.

 Mesmerizing fireworks display

Okada Manila had not one, but two simultaneous fireworks display on its property. Guests headed over to The Fountain for a special New Year edition of Okada Manila’s famous water shows and as the New Year drew closer, a count down to the last seconds of 2018 climaxed to a mesmerizing fireworks display.

 “Our annual New Year’s party is one of the most highly anticipated events in Metro Manila this season,” said Ivaylo S. Ivanov, Vice President for Hospitality. “As we celebrate in grander, brighter, and even more extravagant style, we toast to 2018 and cordially invite all guests to join us in welcoming 2019 with fantastic entertainment and amazing firework displays.”

Topics: Okada Manila , Crystal Corridor , The Fountain , Mayonnaise , Blast , Zcentido , Hajji Alejandro , Marco Sison , Rey Valera
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