Go North this Christmas with SM City North EDSA’s Magical Holiday celebration
posted November 14, 2019 at 06:13 pm
Let it snow! SM City North EDSA unveils a Magical Holiday at the Christmas launch at The Block Atrium. Families and friends can explore a winter wonderland accentuated by a 45-ft. Snowflake Christmas Tree from November 8, 2019 to January 5, 2020.
"Year after year, we at SM Supermalls work tirelessly to bring Christmas experiences that awe and inspire our shoppers to create unforgettable moments at SM. This year, we bring the magic of ice and snow to life through a fun-filled Christmas experience a Magical Holiday at SM City North EDSA to light up the holiday season for our shoppers," said SM Supermalls COO Steven Tan.
Gracing the launch is the country’s very own queen, Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, complemented by magical performances from singer Marynor Madamesila and Ballet Manila.
One of the highlights of the celebration are activities celebrating the upcoming release of Disney’s “Frozen 2”. Kids and families are given the opportunity to meet and greet Elsa and Anna on November 29, 30, and December 1 at The Block Atrium. Frozen 2 merchandise will also be available at The Block Atrium to complete that magical shopping experience. Shoppers can look forward to a magical ballet featuring Ballet Manila on December 14 and 21 at The Block.
Shoppers can catch other holiday activities at SM City North EDSA, including a Magical Science Show on November 10 and December 14, Santa Meet and Greet on December 8, 15, 22 to 25, Christmas Carols by National University Chorale on December 15, all at The Block. Light up your holidays with the Firework Show on November 8, December 14, 21 and 28 and Skygarden Live: Christmas Series concert on December 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the Skygarden.
#GoNorthThisChristmas with your family and friends for a magical holiday celebration and #SparklingSMallidays at SM City North EDSA. For more updates, visit https://www.smsupermalls.com or follow SM City North EDSA at Facebook @smnedsa, Twitter @smnorthedsa, and Instagram @smnorthedsa.
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