May 11, 2018 3:12 pm
The street was closed. The tents were pitched. The food trucks were parked. And magic, the kind you’d associate with a carnival, was in the air.
Exciting times were once again to be had in the City That Makes It All Happen.
Indeed, for the neighborhood, it was a Sunday like no other, because on the sixth of May, 2018, Makatizens gathered round for Makati Street Meet: Carnival, an event filled with food, games, music, entertainment, and good cheer.
And if you missed it, don’t worry, for we here at Make It Makati would like to give you a look back on the fun things that happened that day…
( Oh, and if you’re asking, “Will there be another one?” Of course! Makati Street Meet is a monthly street celebration hosted by Make It Makati and Ayala Land to foster the spirit of community in our city.)
Paseo de Roxas was closed down for the carnival-themed street party.
The lady was so stoked about the Street Meet that she even wore a carnival mask for the festivities.
Kids try their hand at carnival games such as the Ring Toss. Prizes such as candies and chocolates were awarded to the winners.
Abracadabra! A show by a master magician highlighted the event, stunning the audience with sleigh-of-hand tricks left and right.
An enthralled audience watch the magic show at Makati Street Meet.
One of the best-sellers of the night was Wagyu Japanese Beef Cubes. Indeed, they were lip-smackingly delicious.
Nikki Nava and a slew of buskers sang their hearts out as the night went on.
Did you enjoy this event? See you in the next Makati Street Meet, folks! Tag us in your photos @makeitmakati.
*All photos are courtesy of Mike Lord Raymundo.
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