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Behind A Burned Building Was One of Manila's Wildest Parties

Heineken's #OpenManila ends on a high note.
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The Ruins in Poblacion. To the untrained eye and under the harsh light of day, it looks like the ghost of a burned-down house, but for the culmination of Heineken's #OpenManila, it was transformed to party central, with wild lights and sounds that energized the neighborhood till daybreak.

Featured guests included Apartel, Hernandez Brothers, Samantha Nicole, Mikail B2B, Emel Rowe, and Ayon B2B Bins. Not to mention plenty of bottles of Amsterdam's world-famous brew.

#OpenManila is Heineken's campaign to encourage people to go out and explore the many hidden gems in their locale. The party at The Ruins came after successful wingdings at Escolta, Manila, and Aguirre, Parañaque. 

Great news too for those who have been filling up their #OpenManila Logbooks, which are given upon purchase of specific Heineken items. The promotion has been extended, so you have until September 30 to collect stickers in exchange  for premium Heineken prizes. Check the Heineken website for more details.

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