Quezon City – Philippines New Year Fireworks

Just like many other parts in the world, Filipinos also celebrate New Year on 1st January with great enthusiasm. Bisperas ng Bagong Taon (“New Year’s Eve”) is a festive time in the Philippines.

Quezon City is the largest city of the Philippines. Previously it was the capital of Philippines for a period of 28 years from 1948 to 1976. This richest city in Philippines celebrates New year with grand fireworks display.

Filipino revelers gather on the New Year’s Eve to watch a fireworks display at the Quezon City Memorial Circle, where the night view of the monument is mind blowing.

Apart from that, in Quezon City, New Year fireworks display also take place in the Eastwood City area, a major commercial and residential area of the city.

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If you happen to come to Quezon City to enjoy your New year celebrations, then apart from watching fireworks display at these places you can also see other famous places and monuments in the city like -  EDSA Shrine, Katipunan Avenue, etc.

Apart from Quezon City, New Year Fireworks display also take place in other major cities of Philippines like – Manila, Caloocan, Davao, Cebu, Malingao, etc.

If you are not present there in Quezon city during the new year’s time then don’t worry, you can find below Photos & Videos of Philippines New Year 2014 Fireworks Display from Quezon City.

Quezon City - Philippines New Year Fireworks Display Photos :

Quezon City - Philippines New Year Fireworks Display Videos :

Quezon City - Philippines New Year Fireworks Live Telecast / Streaming :

In Philippines, you can watch Quezon City New Year Fireworks LIVE on TV on ABS-CBN News Channel.

Quezon City, Philippines falls in GMT/UTC + 8:00 hour timezone so it welcomes the New Year six hours after the New Year strikes first at Kiritimati, Kiribati which falls in GMT +14 timezone.

To watch Quezon City New year Fireworks LIVE Streaming on internet you have to adjust your watch accordingly with relation to the timezone of your city.

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