Last Thursday we were at the second G-SHOCK party in Spain. This time, as we already told you a few days ago, it was Madrid’s turn to host the party, which was done in a building unique for its architecture as well as what it represents in the city, the Círculo de Bellas Artes.
There were infinite queues of people waiting to get in to the venue packed to its capacity and, once inside, overwhelmed waiters in charge of the catering.
All this showed the success which one of CASIO’s star products has achieved; success which has spanned three decades. The Círculo was packed with people from all walks of life, from employees of large stores, small traders, media, and a fair handful of curious onlookers, and regulars on the Madrid nightlife circuit.
As an indispensable addition to this night on the ‘new Friday’ of the week, we were flooded with the beats of NASA and special DJs, as well as a free bar which, though difficult to get to at some moments throughout the night, didn’t seem to end.
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Another activity offered during the night which stood out was the ZETA exhibition, a huge amount of work put in to an original cutout exercise on a digital panel.
MONTANA COLORS was invited as a special collaborator thanks to the Limited Edition, a result of the ZETA X CASIO X MTN trident, which we’ve already spoke of other times, and which chose this moment to present itself to the public of about 700 guests.
Only one week has passed since the party, and we’re already asking ourselves where the third edition will be held!?