The Coldplay fandom in Manila is undeniably huge. Tickets to their April 4, 2017 concert at the MOA Concert Grounds, presented by Globe were sold out in a day, but Globe will give all its customers another chance to watch the most-coveted concert of 2017.
Earthday Jam Foundation, Inc. (producers of the widely popular and 15 year strong concert “Earthday Jam”) in cooperation with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-NCR) will stage “TARA NA SA FREEDOM ISLANDS! TARA NA SA LPPCHEA , a Coastal Clean Up & Tree Planting Activity Cum Sunset Jam at the Freedom Islands in Paranaque Coastal area on October 11 (Sat.) starting 1pm.
After the highly successful “World Water Day Concert” and ”Earthday Jam 2014” ,EARTHDAY JAM FOUNDATION, Inc. is now again ready to embark on another unique and exciting project dubbed CC TUNES (In Tune With Climate Change).
CC TUNES will be held on June 17 at the Activity Center of Market, Market in Bonifacio Global City,Taguig starting 5pm. This special music for advocacy event will feature eco-artist-producer Lou Bonnevie, pop-rock icon Kitchie Nadal with the young hot OPM bands Moonstar 88 , Silent Sanctuary , GraceNote and Mayonnaise.
Music is a work of art that is created only with pure dedication and hard work, and that is the message Sony wants to spread through their two (2) new consumer promos, MDR Live and Wanted DJ.
Through MDR Live, Sony is inviting their fans a chance to be a part of the first-ever silent concert in the Philippines featuring brand ambassadors, Ely Buendia and Bamboo Mañalac. This historic event will be hosted on May 8, 2014 at the Rockwell Tent and it will feature both music icons as they share the same stage for the first time and for one night only in a defining concert for the ages.
The heat is on, your blood’s pumping, your skin’s sweaty, and you’re just too weary from the temperature. It’s summer all right. But the weather’s crazy and something tells you global warming isn’t a joke. On April 25, 7:00pm at the 9th avenue cor 34th.Bonifacio Global City, is the return of one shabang, Earthday Jam 2014.
Still free to the public, audiences will sing along with over 100 musicians and artists who gather to perform for the only home we have in a 6-7 hour merry music making marathon.
The advocacy group EarthDay Jam Foundation continues its aggressive action to combat critical environmental concerns through music jamming.
As a prelude to the much awaited “EarthDay Jam”, the Foundation will join the upcoming Philippine Water Week and World Water Day celebration through a concert that aims to raise awareness on the various issues on water and push for the sustainable management of water resources . The World Water Day Concert is slated on March 18 at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City at 5pm.
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Climate change is a pressing reality. With typhoons, floods, earthquakes and other environmental disasters looming, our Mother Earth has obviously chosen to cry out loud. But does the general public know the different causes of these calamities? Do they even care? Or has the all too familiar “it won’t happen in my lifetime” concept gotten into everyone’s heads?
The Philippines’ longest running environmental awareness concert, Earth Day Jam, has brought together some of the country’s biggest pop music artists, celebrities, public personalities, Socio-Civic groups, concerned companies and of course the general public for over 13 years now.