Win prizes, and join the fun only with Sony Philippines’ Power Up your Party. Join the party by signing up for free Zumba dance lessons, sing your hearts out with the Karaoke contest, or be the next local singing sensation through the Acoustic band showdown, and then shake it off at the Power up dance contest all happening in one day.

After the first leg last September 1 during Nueva Ecija Day in the City of Cabanatuan, gather up your family and friends as Sony Philippines’ Power Up your Party happens on September 15, 2018 at the Karansa Festival in Danao, Cebu.

Keep the music alive with the Sony Shake series and start rehearsing your winning piece for the Karaoke Contest which is open to all ages and winners will get a chance to win premium Sony items and cash prizes.

From solo singers to aspiring band performers, an Acoustic Band Showdown is open to amateur local bands who will showcase their talents that depicts the brand’s message of “Power Up Your party” and the perfect “Ultimate Barkada Bonding Activity”.

There is also a Dance Contest for those who can move to the groove. So, join in the craze with the entire barangay and show them what it’s like to
have a modern bayanihan with Sony’s Power Up Your Party.

The Sony SHAKE Series

The Sony Home Audio System line up will you a memorable festival experience with the features it has to offer. It comes complete Sound Pressure Horn, Bluetooth streaming with LDAC, LED speaker lights for a party atmosphere, Guitar and Karaoke input, and DJ effects. Shake -X70D is priced at P49,999, Shake-X30D at P34,999, and Shake-X10D at P26,999. Available in all Sony centres nationwide.

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