What is Slogos Nights?
What do you want to do today?
If you would like to spend a night with friends and learn something new, Slogos Night is for you. Slogos night draws a loyal following of trivia and pop culture fans from all over Cebu.
Slogos Night is a fun game of trivia that started its humble beginnings in Sprockets Cafe with Rachel Arandilla asking Apollo Santos to host a trivia game she created for her cafe customers and college students. What started as just a one-time event became a monthly special, and after the requests of many became a regular thing. Six years later Slogos Night is now the biggest trivia game in town.
What is Slogos Night?
With categories and questions about pop culture, science, music, geography, and so much more, Slogos Night is definitely a great way for family and friends to come together and compete against other teams for a chance to win awesome prizes and bragging rights.
Slogos Night is constantly improving itself with partnerships. Recently, they have partnered with Food Panda. Starting October 2018 they would be giving FoodPanda discount vouchers as prizes. Apollo also mentioned his plan to have an interschool edition of Slogos Night in Cebu.
Slogos Night Schedule and Venues
As of now Slogos Night happens in the following weekly venues:
Tuesdays – Craft Café Bar, Banilad
Wednesdays - 2nd and 4th week of the month - Monkey’s Belly, Capitol Site
Thursday- The Tavern, Zapatera
Friday – Handuraw Pizza, Mango Avenue
Stay updated on Slogos Night venues, themes, and prizes through their Facebook page at facebook.com/slogosnight/
To find out more about Apollo’s life out of Slogos Night and his journey of coming to Cebu from Zamboanga eight years ago in the full episode of Tribes Show below:
Tribes Show features stories and experiences in the urban jungle of Cebu and airs 2 new episodes every month. We are on air on broadcast TV every MWF at 6PM - 6:30PM. Simultaneous Broadcast at Sky Cable MYtv Cebu Channel 30 in Cebu / Visayas and PARASAT Cable Channel 28 in Mindanao.
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