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Greenfield celebrates 6 months of the feel-good Jazz Fest Thursdays

By Nestor Domingo Jr - on 10 Oct 2017, 5:08pm

Greenfield has celebrated the half-year anniversary of Jazz Fest Thursdays last October 5 at the famed commercial district in Mandaluyong City.

The event, first launched in March 2017, has been a product the f vision of providing a sophisticated kind of almost-weekend respite for those who want a breather from the usual daily grind. Jazz Fest Thursdays provide an easy escape from the city’s hustle and bustle through great food selections and live jazz music. And for over the past six months, music aficionados keep coming back to enjoy the music, food, and urban lifestyle that Greenfield offers with at least thousands in foot traffic attendance night in and night out.

Plus new food stalls like Mab and Goose, Bacon Club, The Meatball Co., and Monster Burgers, as well as the jazz-inspired mural by artist collective and new furniture are the exciting gastronomic and sights that people can look forward to.

The special night was graced with some of the members of the media, executives of Greenfield Development Corporation, and with performing bands Extrapolation and The Brass Munkeys.

Greenfield Development Corporation Executive Vice President and General Manager Atty. Duane A.X. Santos.

“Our goal at the beginning was to create an event in an elegant setting where friends, families, and music lovers can meet to enjoy live jazz performances and great food. I’m glad that we were able to fulfill that vision and remain consistent with it. So many enthusiasts come here to celebrate the beauty of jazz music in an open space filled with excellent food choices,” said Atty. Duane A.X. Santos, Greenfield Development Corporation Executive Vice President, and General Manager.

Kick the blues away and get yourself a weekly dose of jazz only here at Jazz Fest Thursdays, held weekly at the Greenfield District’s Central Pak, a unique 15-hectare open space located inside the concrete jungle of the Mandaluyong Central Business District. For more information about this event and other Greenfield activities, visit their Facebook page.

Nestor Domingo Jr

Nestor Domingo Jr / Writer