A more immersive experience awaits visitors on the second installment of the outdoor lights and sounds show “Magical Field of Lights”.
It was the opening night of Nuvali’s main outdoor attraction for the holidays last November 11. I attended with my younger brother, Prince, and my good friend, Leo of ohohleo.ph. We hanged out at Timezone then watched Thor:Ragnarok at the Ayala Malls Solenad before heading to The Fields.
We went directly to the light and sound show to secure a spot. You can choose to watch from the bleachers or by the parameter. This year’s “Magical Field of Lights” uses over 5,000 LED bulbs and light spheres, dancing to festive songs. Each run has two sets of 5-minute medleys. The show features three new medleys: Kumukutikutitap, Ang Pasko ay Sumapit, and Joy to the World.
Trivia: the maiden show last year won a Silver Stevie award for Best Exhibit Display for being the first to mount a light and sound show and installation on an outdoor field. Congrats!
Nothing more enchanting than being amidst the magical field of lights in between shows! <3
There are also light installations around the field like last time such as the 50-meter long light tunnel, festive LED Christmas trees and Dandelion lights!
A Christmas Fair that showcasing traditional Filipino Christmas culinary treats, Christmas bazaar, and Nightly Cinema compliments this nightly spectacle. If you have more free time than we did, you can also visit the shops in Solenad, opt for a staycation at the 150-room Seda Hotel Nuvali, or check out the outdoor adventure playground, Camp N.
Catch the Nuvali Magical Field of Lights daily, every 30 minutes from 6pm to 10pm until January 7, 2018!
- Shows might be cancelled due to inclement weather. Check Nuvali’s Facebook page for announcements.
- Lasers, flashing lights and synthetic fog, used during the show, may trigger seizures in epileptic adults and children.
- Personally operated drone cameras within Nuvali are prohibited unless a prior approval or permit has been issued.
Nuvali is accessible via South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). Private vehicles can exit via Mamplasan, Sta. Rosa, Eton-Greenfield, Silangan and Canlubang. Commuters can take public buses from Makati, Bonifacio Global City and Balibago in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Note: All photos were taken by yours truly using Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and post-processed via Adobe Photoshop Express.