There are streets called New York, Brooklyn and Manhattan in Quezon City. Google it!
Dubbed as the City of Stars because of the presence of major broadcasting networks, it is also the most populous city in the Philippines and the largest city in Metro Manila in terms of land area.
OCTOBER 10, 2015
Quezon City Diamond Jubilee MADRI GRAS [ 4pm to 7 pm ]
This will feature a parade of 500 festival dancers like Pangbengga, Sinulog, A't-a'han, Dinagyang and Maskarra to celebrate the City’s colorful 75 years.
It will start around the areas of Tomas Morato and will end end at Rembrandt Hotel where each group will showcase their grand performance. This is a great opportunity to witness some of the best festivals in the Philippines without breaking your budget. Make sure to watch this parade and take it as part of your staycation experience!
Quezon City GRAND PARADE OF LIGHTS [ 7pm to 11 pm ]
Right after the Madri Gras, a grand parade of lights will follow to celebrate the City's bright tourism and key destinations. There'll be atleast 10 floats that will shine bright and make your night!
Check the map below for your reference.
PARADE OF LIGHTS and GRAND CONCERT [ 7pm to 11 pm ]
If you missed the first day of parade of lights, you can catch it on day 2!
To close the celebration, Grand Parade of Lights and Concert will happen simultaneously at starting at 7PM. While the concert is on going at Quezon Memorial Circle, the floats will tour around Visayas Avenue, Mindanao Avenue area and end at Quezon Memorial Circle by 12MN just in time for the Fireworks display. This will be the grand “salubong” celebration for October 12, the exact founding day of Quezon City!