Kaleidoscope 2017: Good food and good music | Manila Mash

Kaleidoscope 2017: Good food and good music

As tradition would dictate for the people behind Greenfield District, they have opened Kaleidoscope 2017 with a large Christmas tree lighting ceremony packed with holiday cheers and performances – complete with a fireworks display, signaling the start of the festivities.

Crowds gathered at the tree lighting ceremony complete with choirs to serenade the audience into the Christmas spirit.

Abundant are stalls from different establishments serving up food and drinks. Smack dab the middle are performers invited by Greenfield District specially for Kaleidoscope 2017.

Now on its third year, the guiding principle behind the tradition is also Greenfield’s vision of “Building for Generations” where developer meets sophisticated ho,es ad communities will remain relevant for the next generation. A principle that comes from deep roots of every Filipino family.

What’s more is that Greenfield District wishes to announce their development plans to turn all 15 hectares of land into a sprawling high-rise condominium. Greenfield District is an emerging residential, commercial and business hub strategically located at the corner of EDSA and Shaw Boulevard.


Living at Greenfield District is distinctive for it offering of fiber-optic framework that enable the fastest internet connectivity available in Manila, while still preserving the traditions of Family and love for nature with open spaces, lush pocket parks, and pedestrian-friendly master-plan design.

With its thrust to rekindle traditional family living in the metro, Greenfield is hoping that the event will continue to become part of the Filipino family and culture during the holidays – an experience that, were told by many, everyone will appreciate and grow with, every year.

What has your experience been like at Kaleidoscope? Let us know at the comments section below or via Twitter @MNLMash. If you have comments or suggestions you can contact me directly @ginuhit.

Mabuhay, Manila.

Drew Uy

I do words, food, coffee, and photos.

Hit me up on Twitter @ginuhit

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