Two very different festivals will celebrate Philippine music on Independence Day in Metro Manila. 'OneVibePH' brings you through the night with Electronic Dance Music while 'Independents Day' awaits you with Philippine Indie music of all genres.
Life is changing constantly in a Megacity. Nevertheless, there are things that stay the same: holidays, traditional celebrations, and festivals are something to look forward to and they provide a certain structure throughout the year. Have a look at this section to see the yearly cycle of landmark events which take place in the Megacity of Manila. This is a naturally growing section, with every new landmark event finding its place here.
Drink Up Philippines is the biggest drinking festival in the country, featuring some of the best pubs and restobars in Metro Manila. The open air festival promises a whole day of live music, drinking games, competitions, and the celebration of all kinds of alcoholic drinks.
The Wanderland Music & Arts Festival on May 17 awaits you with an excellent line-up of local and international bands, with music ranging from folk and neo-soul to danceable indie pop & rock.
Brit pop on stage, teenagers posing in red telephone booths, kids playing soccer, fathers testing the comfort of English limousines - walking in Bonifacio High Street felt like strolling through London this weekend.
New organizers, new location: the country's annual balloon festival has been relocated from Clark Airport to Lubao, Pampanga. After it was announced last year that the Balloon Festival at Clark would be cancelled this time, an alternative event has been set up for April 10 to 13, 2014.
It has been 60 years since Germany and the Philippines established diplomatic relations. Therefore Mabuhay Germany 2014 was not only about showcasing German products, food, and culture. It also celebrated Filipino-German friendship in the heart of Manila.
Celebrate the Itik-Itik Festival on February 23, 2014 in Pasig City.
Theater, movies, literature promotions, music events, fashion, food and wine: the Australian Embassy celebrates Australia Day, the country's national holiday on January 26, with month-long festivities in venues all over Metro Manila.
This weekend you can enjoy experimental jazz performances by world-class musicians from Europe and the Philippines. The Euro-Pinoy Jazz Concerts are presented by The Delegation of the European Union and the European Union National Institutions for Culture.
That special day is coming when couples get extra-smoochy and singles eagerly look for a date. It is Valentine's Day on Friday, February 14. No idea yet where to bring your spouse/lover/crush? No problem, Manila is full of romantic places and here are our suggestions.
As you can see in the picture, the University of the Philippines (UP) is getting ready for the annual UP Fair, a week-long open-air festival in the Sunken Garden of the Diliman Campus. It is THE event for students and visitors alike on UP grounds.
Dozens of artists are participating in the 1st Philippine Ukulele Festival in the Mall of Asia, among them musicians from the US, Japan, and Thailand.
Trance legend Paul van Dyk is coming to the Philippines. Together with local DJs he will rock the crowd at this year's electronic dance festival Dreamland in Manila and Cebu.
The Lucky Chinatown Mall (link) celebrates the first 'Dragon Boat Festival'. The event started on 'Manila Day' and will go on for six days.