Event Recap: 7 Awesome things that happened in #Gadja2015

30 Mar


Last weekend, Gadja 2015, Cebu’s biggest semestral break party was held at the Aboitiz Sports Field.  It was a fun-filled that was participated by hundreds of students from the different universities in Cebu. The two-day culminated with an Earth Hour celebration and a rave featuring some of the best local DJs.  Here are 7 things that made Gadja 2015 memorable:



7. Fireworks – Watching fireworks with you new friends, classmates, and crushes can make any night to remember. Gadja 2015 had well-timed fireworks that pumped up the crowd.

Gadja 2015 Aboitiz Sports Field

6. Bands – There were several school-based bands who showcased their amazing talents in Gadja 2015.

Gadja 2015 Aboitiz Sports Field

Big Daddy Truck at Gadja 2015

5. Food –  There were so many food options at the event.  The big Daddy Truck was there serving burgers.  Braddex was for their famous dim sum specialties.  There was even Tuslob-Buwa. Frostbites was also there with their delicious ice cream sandwich creations.

4. Dance Numbers – It was not only singing, students from different schools also showed off their dancing prowess.

Gadja 2015 Aboitiz Sports Field

Earth Hour at Gadja 2015 (Photo By: Shin Moynihan)

3. Bonfire – During the Earth Hour, a large bonfire was lit in the middle of the Aboitiz Sports Field.  There was also an entertaining fire dance number.

Gadja 2015 Aboitiz Sports Field

Rave at a full swing

2. Rave – Despite several interruptions, Gadja 2015 finished with a flurry with Rave featuring some of Cebu’s top DJs.  The party was cut off twice at around 11 pm because the stage suddenly lost power. When the Rave restarted, a DJ act was cut short because somebody threw paint towards the DJ which caused the mixer to malfunction. The organizers had to reboot and they recovered well after those minor blips.  The participants were having so much fun and party went on way past midnight.

Gadja 2015 Aboitiz Sports Field

Feels like Sinulog

1. Students – Gadja is all about the students.  Gadja is taken from the words Garbo and  Sadja which means Pride and Merrymaking. School pride was there. Merrymaking was a big check. All in all, #Gadja2015 was a successful event and it can be so much better in the years to come.  For sure, many are looking forward to #Gadja2016 already.

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14 Responses to “Event Recap: 7 Awesome things that happened in #Gadja2015”

  1. Rea April 1, 2015 at 2:49 pm #

    I was wondering what the word Gadja is. You just answered my question. Hehehe. Thanks.


  2. Rea April 1, 2015 at 2:52 pm #

    I was wondering what the word gadja is. You just answered my question. Hehehe thanks!


  3. Christy Ocariza April 2, 2015 at 5:41 am #

    The event looks very fun! How I wish I was there. 😉

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  4. Janine April 2, 2015 at 8:48 pm #

    I heard that Gadja was originally an event in USC, is it true? But now, they decided to make the event bigger and collaborate with other universities right? hehe. Makapabata gyud ni nga event!

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  5. Emjae Fotos April 3, 2015 at 8:37 am #

    Missed this event coz of company activity. Wow I so miss being in college again. Heheh Great pics. 🙂


  6. ANNE {Anne's Scribbles and Doodles} April 4, 2015 at 3:05 am #

    I keep seeing Gadja posts! I wish I was free that day. It looked like a really fun event. It makes me miss my college days so bad. Huhu.


  7. Mary T. Narvasa (@marynarvasa) April 5, 2015 at 2:14 am #

    Looks really lively! Kinda similar to coachella? Hope you had fun with Jeph and the others. 🙂


  8. Kiat Cebu April 5, 2015 at 10:42 am #

    This is one event that made me feel a decade younger. Nice kaug energy ang mga PBB Teens, makatakod, makabata.


  9. viajeracebuana April 5, 2015 at 4:25 pm #

    apparently, Gadja had been different back in my college days in USC TC. it was where bands with raw music and at one point, angst, ruled the night. hehe. well i haven’t attended Gadja for more than 8 years already so the changes are not really that surprising. 🙂


  10. Jhanis April 6, 2015 at 9:03 am #

    Should have gone to this event! Looks so fun! But I was a bit concerned nga ako ra nyay “bata” didto. Hahaha!


  11. Channel Marie Imperial April 9, 2015 at 12:37 pm #

    Nagkatawa jud ko Sir Carlo kay imo jud giapil ang mga crush kung magtan-aw sa fireworks. Hahahaha! Wala nami kakita nimo pagbalik Sir. Niapil kag ligo? ^_^

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    • caloyolano April 9, 2015 at 6:39 pm #

      wa ko malign uy kay glad ko ug camera hahaha…. kung di pa to mo require mo blog basin naligo nako ug nagkapintal. 😉

      Liked by 1 person

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