(SPOT.ph) You can't deny that holidays are now in full gear with all the Christmas trees, decors, and light shows popping in and around the Metro. Yup, 2022 really looks like the comeback year, aside from a bunch of our favorite spots opening up, a lot of our Christmas favorites are also back in full swing. Yes, gone are the days of virtual tree lightings and augmented reality shows. We're back to celebrating the holidays IRL. Case in point: Nuvali's famous Fountain of Lights just had its grand reveal and first-ever show since the pandemic, tonight, November 11 at 6 p.m. You can catch this free show from Friday to Sunday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Nuvali's Lakeside Grounds in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Everything You Need to Know about Nuvali's Fountain of Lights
Watching the Fountain of Lights show in Nuvali means being treated to three different light and sound spectacles. The first water extravaganza is entitled Sayaw ng Parol, which is an homage to the classic Filipino Christmas symbol. This projection showcases colorful 3D parol elements with distinct and elaborate designs in a vivid spectacle of movement.
Next, Philippine biodiversity takes center stage in the second water show. Aptly named The Ocean Depths, this show features neon and glow-in-the-dark sea creatures resulting in stunning imagery and visuals.
The last visual wonder tells the audience the stories of the constellations. Titled The Night Sky, the final water and lights show highlights the different visible patterns in space along with the tales of the mythical creatures they convey.
All three shows are accompanied by a lively musical arrangement specially made for them.
This year's water show features the work of GA Fallarme—a Manila-based projection and video designer whose work has been featured in various theatrical, concert, and large-scale installations throughout Asia, Australia, London, and the United States.
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Fountain of Lights is on display at Nuvali's Lakeside Grounds, Sta. Rosa, Laguna from Friday to Sunday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m, until January 8, 2023. For updates, follow Nuvali on Facebook.