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Filipino DJs bring love from Philippines to Dubai’s dance floors

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Feb. 18, 19 | 9:53 am

Hundreds of expats partied all night last Valentine’s at “In-Toxicated – Love Hard, Party Harder” that took place at the Golf Park, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Deira.

The event, which was organized by Mint Kraft Events was headlined by top Filipino DJs including ‘San Mig Light Spin Off’ champion, DJ Patty Tiu, ‘Redbull Music 3Style 2018 Philippines’ champion, DJ Mark Thompson and Lady DJ Jen, one of the leading female Filipino DJs in UAE, the crowd composed of couples, singles, and barkadas jived to the beat of the music and enjoyed one of the most exciting Valentine’s parties that they experienced in Dubai.

The hotel’s open venue gave a chilly ambiance to complement the stage and the party grounds which was warmed up by the hottest singles spanning decades of the best music from the DJ’s master list of prepared music. The venue’s picturesque sceneries also created great Instagrammable memories for all attendees.

DJ Lady Jen opened up the night, with songs and beats matching the millennial vibes. She was then followed by ‘Redbull Music 3Style 2018 Philippines’ champion, DJ Mark Thompson who rocked the evening with a diverse playlist.

The night was capped with DJ Patty Tiu giving the audience a taste of the best music from the Philippines and around the world that both Filipinos and expats of various nationalities can dance off with.

With their popularity in the Philippines, the DJs met expectations of bringing an amazing and memorable Valentine’s party together not just for Filipinos, they have also shown that Filipino DJs are capable of bringing down the house and the dance floor in the international party scene.

Watch a glimpse of the DJ’s performances here:

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