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Freestyle at Winford Manila

Winford Manila Resort and Casino proves that the best things in life can indeed be free as it brings Freestyle, one of the Philippines’ best-loved bands, for its Saturday Special show at the Hippodrome Bar and Lounge, located on the 2F gaming area on Sept. 22 at 8:00 p.m.

Freestyle at Winford Manila
Members of the R&B show band Freestyle
Showing impressive flexibility and longevity, Freestyle has been making waves in a broad range of genres – from pop music, contemporary R&B, jazz, soul, funk, and pinoy rock – since the 1990s. Winford Manila guests will surely be swept off their feet upon hearing Freestyle classics such as “Before I Let You Go”, “So Slow”, “This Time”, and “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang.”

Freestyle is made up of Ava Santos (vocals), Joshua Desiderio (vocals/keyboards), Mike Luis (vocals/keyboards), Rommel dela Cruz (bass guitar), along with Gerald Banzon (drums) and Top Suzara (lead guitar/backing vocals) who have both been with the band since 1996.

Free admission for casino floor viewing for all Winford Manila members and guests who are 21 years old and above.

Winford Manila members and guests who want a more intimate concert experience can avail of VIP tickets for only P1,250 nett per person. Each ticket includes a prime seat near the Hippodrome stage and is inclusive of food and drinks.

Winford Manila offers world-class indulgences for the entire family, from the elegantly-appointed rooms, fine oriental cuisine, grand event halls, and world-class gaming and entertainment. The resort also features a well-equipped fitness center, wellness spa, and heated roof deck pool.

Visit www.winfordmanila.com for more information or call the Winford Manila Resort and Casino reservations hotline at +63 (2) 528-3600 for inquiries and bookings.

Topics: Winford Manila Resort and Casino , Freestyle , Hippodrome Bar and Lounge
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