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A monster weekend at the Araneta Center

Mall shows, games, giveaways, and blockbuster UAAP games make the weekend more fun in Araneta Center

It’s going to be a huge weekend at the Araneta Center, with exciting activities happening at the malls and at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Countdown to KPop Republic continues on Saturday, August 31, 12nn at the Farmers Plaza Activity Area. Fan club booths, activities, games, and giveaways await hard core fans of SHINee, Dal Shabet, and EXO-K. At 5 p.m., OPM crooner Mark Bautista sings his signature ballads and more during his “The Sound of Love” album tour at the Gateway Activity Area.

The –ber months may signal the coming of cooler weather, but it’s going to be anything but cold on Sunday, September 1, at the Araneta Center. It’s going to be a wicked, fun-filled afternoon for all the crazy kids at the Ke$ha Fan Party at the Gateway Mall Activity Area at 2 p.m. Rock to Ke$ha’s fist-pumping beats and go wild over games, giveaways, and even Ke$ha concert tickets.

Plus, the Smart Araneta Coliseum will once again host blockbuster UAAP Season 76 round two games. The resurgent UST Growling Tigers face off against league-leading FEU Tamaraws for the first game at 12 noon. Then, at 4 p.m, long-time rivals Ateneo Blue Eagles and De La Salle Green Archers fight to break the tie on their 6-4 slates and boost their chances of making the Final Four.

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