February 21, 2018

A Short Guide to 5 Music Shows in Metro Manila Clubs and Bars

Liven up your night by attending these live gigs!

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Despite the constant problem with traffic, Manila is a beautiful place to tour around during the day with its breathtaking sceneries and fantastic landscapes. But that’s not all it has to offer. At night, the city transforms into something more vibrant and alive because of the exciting nightlife activities happening all over the metro area, one of which are live shows at local nightclubs or bars.

If you are currently in Metro Manila and are wondering what show you can catch, read on. This article serves as a guide to notable performers who will grace local nightclubs and bars in the following months.


1. South Border

Where: 12 Monkeys, Ortigas
When: February 22, 10:00 PM
Ticket Price: No door charge




The men of Filipino RnB group South Border are blessed with some of the smoothest and coolest voices in the country. Jay Durias, Kell Gatdula, and the rest of the group have been performing for the Filipino audience since 1993. As South Border, they have released numerous hits that are considered classics such as “Rainbow,” “Ikaw Nga” (It’s You), “Love of My Life,” and “Kahit Kailan” (Whenever).

How to get to 12 Monkeys: Take the MRT then get off at the Shaw Boulevard Station, walk towards the direction of El Pueblo (near St. Francis Square). 12 Monkeys is located within the area.




2. Kaskade

Where: Cove Manila
When: March 2, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females




For an exciting night, you can groove along to the powerful and energetic songs of Kaskade. Ryan Gary Raddon, better known as Kaskade, is one of the most influential DJs in the world—he actually has been DJing since 1995! In the span of his career, he has produced countless hits including “Eyes,” “Move for Me,” “Turn it Down,” and “It’s You, It’s Me.” Kaskade last visited the country in 2014 when he performed in Clark Pampanga.

How to get to Cove: There are free Okada Manila shuttle rides at several pick-up points like SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall. Just bring a valid photo ID. The shuttle schedule varies, and it can be viewed at Okada’s website.


3. Diplo

Where: Cove Manila
When: May 11, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females






Those who are updated on pop culture might find Diplo’s name familiar since he dated pop diva Katy Perry back in 2014. However, this is not the only thing the 38-year-old DJ is known for. Diplo has made a name for himself in the electronic dance music (EDM) industry for his futuristic sound and he has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Madonna, and Beyonce.

How to get to Cove: Follow the directions given previously.


4. Freestyle

Where: 19 East
When: February 27, 9:30 PM
Ticket Price: PhP350





Even though Valentine’s Day is already over, Freestyle’s heartfelt songs can make anyone feel in love again. Anyone who wants to take a break from the heavy sounds of electronic music can find their sanctuary in the calm acoustic sound of Freestyle.

Their notable hits tackle various themes about love, from heartbreaks to being in love. Some of the most popular songs in their discography include “Before I Let You Go,” “So Slow,” “This Time,” and their rendition of Ogie Alcasid’s “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang?” (Why Did I Only Meet You Now?).

How to get to 19 East: Take a bus heading to Sucat, Alabang then cross the road. 19 East is just a few minutes’ walk along Service Road.




5. Brownman Revival

When: February 23
Ticket Price: PhP150





Reggae is still much alive in the country with the help of Brownman Revival. Although the genre is not quite popular as compared to pop, rock, and RnB, the group managed to birth more Pinoy reggae fans when they released their own version of Eraserhead’s “Maling Akala” (Wrong Assumption) in 2005. The nine-member group led by its vocalist, Dennis Concepcion, continues to promote the genre made popular by the legendary Bob Marley.

How to get to 70s Bistro: Take the LRT-2 then get off at Anonas Station. Walk towards the nearby McDonald’s then ride a tricycle or jeepney and ask the driver to drop you off at The 70s Bistro.




Tips for ticket purchasing and watching:


  • Check the schedule of the show or gig from the event organizer to plan ahead.
  • To be updated about the details of the gig such as the time or venue, follow the social media pages of the artist or the organizer.
  • If you are sure that you are attending, you can make reservations at the venue.
  • Some venues do not reserve tickets, so it’s best to buy one as early as you can.
  • Other venues also do not allow reservations of seats, so come early if you want to get good seats.
  • If the venue is unfamiliar to you, use mobile apps to guide you to the area. For those who will just commute, follow our “How to get there” instructions or search for directions online.
  • Arriving earlier at the gig venue can bring a better chance of getting a parking spot.
  • If you don’t want to be late for the gig, adjust your travel time to anticipate possible heavy traffic ahead.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. Something that lets you move freely along to the music is recommended. However, it’s better to check the rules of the venue regarding dress codes.
  • To avoid difficulties and inconveniences, check the rules and regulations of the venue.
  • If you are driving and plan on drinking at the nightclub, keep it moderate to avoid being involved in any accident. It’s best for other motorists and for your own sake as well

Which of these shows caught your attention? Drop a comment at the comment section below!


Gig posters were taken from the official Facebook page of Cove Manila while photos of the bands were taken from their respective official Facebook pages.

Denisse Shawntel Tan

Denisse Shawntel Tan balances her time and attention between writing and drawing. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Santo Tomas. Her lifelong dreams are to publish a novel and to hold an art exhibit. On her free time, Denisse paints and does DIY projects.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 21, 2018

A Short Guide to 5 Music Shows in Metro Manila Clubs and Bars

Liven up your night by attending these live gigs!

Despite the constant problem with traffic, Manila is a beautiful place to tour around during the day with its breathtaking sceneries and fantastic landscapes. But that’s not all it has to offer. At night, the city transforms into something more vibrant and alive because of the exciting nightlife activities happening all over the metro area, one of which are live shows at local nightclubs or bars.

If you are currently in Metro Manila and are wondering what show you can catch, read on. This article serves as a guide to notable performers who will grace local nightclubs and bars in the following months.


1. South Border

Where: 12 Monkeys, Ortigas
When: February 22, 10:00 PM
Ticket Price: No door charge




The men of Filipino RnB group South Border are blessed with some of the smoothest and coolest voices in the country. Jay Durias, Kell Gatdula, and the rest of the group have been performing for the Filipino audience since 1993. As South Border, they have released numerous hits that are considered classics such as “Rainbow,” “Ikaw Nga” (It’s You), “Love of My Life,” and “Kahit Kailan” (Whenever).

How to get to 12 Monkeys: Take the MRT then get off at the Shaw Boulevard Station, walk towards the direction of El Pueblo (near St. Francis Square). 12 Monkeys is located within the area.




2. Kaskade

Where: Cove Manila
When: March 2, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females




For an exciting night, you can groove along to the powerful and energetic songs of Kaskade. Ryan Gary Raddon, better known as Kaskade, is one of the most influential DJs in the world—he actually has been DJing since 1995! In the span of his career, he has produced countless hits including “Eyes,” “Move for Me,” “Turn it Down,” and “It’s You, It’s Me.” Kaskade last visited the country in 2014 when he performed in Clark Pampanga.

How to get to Cove: There are free Okada Manila shuttle rides at several pick-up points like SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall. Just bring a valid photo ID. The shuttle schedule varies, and it can be viewed at Okada’s website.


3. Diplo

Where: Cove Manila
When: May 11, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females






Those who are updated on pop culture might find Diplo’s name familiar since he dated pop diva Katy Perry back in 2014. However, this is not the only thing the 38-year-old DJ is known for. Diplo has made a name for himself in the electronic dance music (EDM) industry for his futuristic sound and he has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Madonna, and Beyonce.

How to get to Cove: Follow the directions given previously.


4. Freestyle

Where: 19 East
When: February 27, 9:30 PM
Ticket Price: PhP350





Even though Valentine’s Day is already over, Freestyle’s heartfelt songs can make anyone feel in love again. Anyone who wants to take a break from the heavy sounds of electronic music can find their sanctuary in the calm acoustic sound of Freestyle.

Their notable hits tackle various themes about love, from heartbreaks to being in love. Some of the most popular songs in their discography include “Before I Let You Go,” “So Slow,” “This Time,” and their rendition of Ogie Alcasid’s “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang?” (Why Did I Only Meet You Now?).

How to get to 19 East: Take a bus heading to Sucat, Alabang then cross the road. 19 East is just a few minutes’ walk along Service Road.




5. Brownman Revival

When: February 23
Ticket Price: PhP150





Reggae is still much alive in the country with the help of Brownman Revival. Although the genre is not quite popular as compared to pop, rock, and RnB, the group managed to birth more Pinoy reggae fans when they released their own version of Eraserhead’s “Maling Akala” (Wrong Assumption) in 2005. The nine-member group led by its vocalist, Dennis Concepcion, continues to promote the genre made popular by the legendary Bob Marley.

How to get to 70s Bistro: Take the LRT-2 then get off at Anonas Station. Walk towards the nearby McDonald’s then ride a tricycle or jeepney and ask the driver to drop you off at The 70s Bistro.




Tips for ticket purchasing and watching:


  • Check the schedule of the show or gig from the event organizer to plan ahead.
  • To be updated about the details of the gig such as the time or venue, follow the social media pages of the artist or the organizer.
  • If you are sure that you are attending, you can make reservations at the venue.
  • Some venues do not reserve tickets, so it’s best to buy one as early as you can.
  • Other venues also do not allow reservations of seats, so come early if you want to get good seats.
  • If the venue is unfamiliar to you, use mobile apps to guide you to the area. For those who will just commute, follow our “How to get there” instructions or search for directions online.
  • Arriving earlier at the gig venue can bring a better chance of getting a parking spot.
  • If you don’t want to be late for the gig, adjust your travel time to anticipate possible heavy traffic ahead.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. Something that lets you move freely along to the music is recommended. However, it’s better to check the rules of the venue regarding dress codes.
  • To avoid difficulties and inconveniences, check the rules and regulations of the venue.
  • If you are driving and plan on drinking at the nightclub, keep it moderate to avoid being involved in any accident. It’s best for other motorists and for your own sake as well

Which of these shows caught your attention? Drop a comment at the comment section below!


Gig posters were taken from the official Facebook page of Cove Manila while photos of the bands were taken from their respective official Facebook pages.

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Denisse Shawntel Tan

Denisse Shawntel Tan balances her time and attention between writing and drawing. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Santo Tomas. Her lifelong dreams are to publish a novel and to hold an art exhibit. On her free time, Denisse paints and does DIY projects.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 21, 2018

A Short Guide to 5 Music Shows in Metro Manila Clubs and Bars

Liven up your night by attending these live gigs!

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Despite the constant problem with traffic, Manila is a beautiful place to tour around during the day with its breathtaking sceneries and fantastic landscapes. But that’s not all it has to offer. At night, the city transforms into something more vibrant and alive because of the exciting nightlife activities happening all over the metro area, one of which are live shows at local nightclubs or bars.

If you are currently in Metro Manila and are wondering what show you can catch, read on. This article serves as a guide to notable performers who will grace local nightclubs and bars in the following months.


1. South Border

Where: 12 Monkeys, Ortigas
When: February 22, 10:00 PM
Ticket Price: No door charge




The men of Filipino RnB group South Border are blessed with some of the smoothest and coolest voices in the country. Jay Durias, Kell Gatdula, and the rest of the group have been performing for the Filipino audience since 1993. As South Border, they have released numerous hits that are considered classics such as “Rainbow,” “Ikaw Nga” (It’s You), “Love of My Life,” and “Kahit Kailan” (Whenever).

How to get to 12 Monkeys: Take the MRT then get off at the Shaw Boulevard Station, walk towards the direction of El Pueblo (near St. Francis Square). 12 Monkeys is located within the area.




2. Kaskade

Where: Cove Manila
When: March 2, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females




For an exciting night, you can groove along to the powerful and energetic songs of Kaskade. Ryan Gary Raddon, better known as Kaskade, is one of the most influential DJs in the world—he actually has been DJing since 1995! In the span of his career, he has produced countless hits including “Eyes,” “Move for Me,” “Turn it Down,” and “It’s You, It’s Me.” Kaskade last visited the country in 2014 when he performed in Clark Pampanga.

How to get to Cove: There are free Okada Manila shuttle rides at several pick-up points like SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall. Just bring a valid photo ID. The shuttle schedule varies, and it can be viewed at Okada’s website.


3. Diplo

Where: Cove Manila
When: May 11, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females






Those who are updated on pop culture might find Diplo’s name familiar since he dated pop diva Katy Perry back in 2014. However, this is not the only thing the 38-year-old DJ is known for. Diplo has made a name for himself in the electronic dance music (EDM) industry for his futuristic sound and he has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Madonna, and Beyonce.

How to get to Cove: Follow the directions given previously.


4. Freestyle

Where: 19 East
When: February 27, 9:30 PM
Ticket Price: PhP350





Even though Valentine’s Day is already over, Freestyle’s heartfelt songs can make anyone feel in love again. Anyone who wants to take a break from the heavy sounds of electronic music can find their sanctuary in the calm acoustic sound of Freestyle.

Their notable hits tackle various themes about love, from heartbreaks to being in love. Some of the most popular songs in their discography include “Before I Let You Go,” “So Slow,” “This Time,” and their rendition of Ogie Alcasid’s “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang?” (Why Did I Only Meet You Now?).

How to get to 19 East: Take a bus heading to Sucat, Alabang then cross the road. 19 East is just a few minutes’ walk along Service Road.




5. Brownman Revival

When: February 23
Ticket Price: PhP150





Reggae is still much alive in the country with the help of Brownman Revival. Although the genre is not quite popular as compared to pop, rock, and RnB, the group managed to birth more Pinoy reggae fans when they released their own version of Eraserhead’s “Maling Akala” (Wrong Assumption) in 2005. The nine-member group led by its vocalist, Dennis Concepcion, continues to promote the genre made popular by the legendary Bob Marley.

How to get to 70s Bistro: Take the LRT-2 then get off at Anonas Station. Walk towards the nearby McDonald’s then ride a tricycle or jeepney and ask the driver to drop you off at The 70s Bistro.




Tips for ticket purchasing and watching:


  • Check the schedule of the show or gig from the event organizer to plan ahead.
  • To be updated about the details of the gig such as the time or venue, follow the social media pages of the artist or the organizer.
  • If you are sure that you are attending, you can make reservations at the venue.
  • Some venues do not reserve tickets, so it’s best to buy one as early as you can.
  • Other venues also do not allow reservations of seats, so come early if you want to get good seats.
  • If the venue is unfamiliar to you, use mobile apps to guide you to the area. For those who will just commute, follow our “How to get there” instructions or search for directions online.
  • Arriving earlier at the gig venue can bring a better chance of getting a parking spot.
  • If you don’t want to be late for the gig, adjust your travel time to anticipate possible heavy traffic ahead.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. Something that lets you move freely along to the music is recommended. However, it’s better to check the rules of the venue regarding dress codes.
  • To avoid difficulties and inconveniences, check the rules and regulations of the venue.
  • If you are driving and plan on drinking at the nightclub, keep it moderate to avoid being involved in any accident. It’s best for other motorists and for your own sake as well

Which of these shows caught your attention? Drop a comment at the comment section below!


Gig posters were taken from the official Facebook page of Cove Manila while photos of the bands were taken from their respective official Facebook pages.

Denisse Shawntel Tan

Denisse Shawntel Tan balances her time and attention between writing and drawing. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Santo Tomas. Her lifelong dreams are to publish a novel and to hold an art exhibit. On her free time, Denisse paints and does DIY projects.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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February 21, 2018

A Short Guide to 5 Music Shows in Metro Manila Clubs and Bars

Liven up your night by attending these live gigs!

Despite the constant problem with traffic, Manila is a beautiful place to tour around during the day with its breathtaking sceneries and fantastic landscapes. But that’s not all it has to offer. At night, the city transforms into something more vibrant and alive because of the exciting nightlife activities happening all over the metro area, one of which are live shows at local nightclubs or bars.

If you are currently in Metro Manila and are wondering what show you can catch, read on. This article serves as a guide to notable performers who will grace local nightclubs and bars in the following months.


1. South Border

Where: 12 Monkeys, Ortigas
When: February 22, 10:00 PM
Ticket Price: No door charge




The men of Filipino RnB group South Border are blessed with some of the smoothest and coolest voices in the country. Jay Durias, Kell Gatdula, and the rest of the group have been performing for the Filipino audience since 1993. As South Border, they have released numerous hits that are considered classics such as “Rainbow,” “Ikaw Nga” (It’s You), “Love of My Life,” and “Kahit Kailan” (Whenever).

How to get to 12 Monkeys: Take the MRT then get off at the Shaw Boulevard Station, walk towards the direction of El Pueblo (near St. Francis Square). 12 Monkeys is located within the area.




2. Kaskade

Where: Cove Manila
When: March 2, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females




For an exciting night, you can groove along to the powerful and energetic songs of Kaskade. Ryan Gary Raddon, better known as Kaskade, is one of the most influential DJs in the world—he actually has been DJing since 1995! In the span of his career, he has produced countless hits including “Eyes,” “Move for Me,” “Turn it Down,” and “It’s You, It’s Me.” Kaskade last visited the country in 2014 when he performed in Clark Pampanga.

How to get to Cove: There are free Okada Manila shuttle rides at several pick-up points like SM Mall of Asia and SM Megamall. Just bring a valid photo ID. The shuttle schedule varies, and it can be viewed at Okada’s website.


3. Diplo

Where: Cove Manila
When: May 11, 10:30 PM to 5:00 AM
Ticket Price: PhP1,500 for males; PhP1,000 for females






Those who are updated on pop culture might find Diplo’s name familiar since he dated pop diva Katy Perry back in 2014. However, this is not the only thing the 38-year-old DJ is known for. Diplo has made a name for himself in the electronic dance music (EDM) industry for his futuristic sound and he has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Madonna, and Beyonce.

How to get to Cove: Follow the directions given previously.


4. Freestyle

Where: 19 East
When: February 27, 9:30 PM
Ticket Price: PhP350





Even though Valentine’s Day is already over, Freestyle’s heartfelt songs can make anyone feel in love again. Anyone who wants to take a break from the heavy sounds of electronic music can find their sanctuary in the calm acoustic sound of Freestyle.

Their notable hits tackle various themes about love, from heartbreaks to being in love. Some of the most popular songs in their discography include “Before I Let You Go,” “So Slow,” “This Time,” and their rendition of Ogie Alcasid’s “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang?” (Why Did I Only Meet You Now?).

How to get to 19 East: Take a bus heading to Sucat, Alabang then cross the road. 19 East is just a few minutes’ walk along Service Road.




5. Brownman Revival

When: February 23
Ticket Price: PhP150





Reggae is still much alive in the country with the help of Brownman Revival. Although the genre is not quite popular as compared to pop, rock, and RnB, the group managed to birth more Pinoy reggae fans when they released their own version of Eraserhead’s “Maling Akala” (Wrong Assumption) in 2005. The nine-member group led by its vocalist, Dennis Concepcion, continues to promote the genre made popular by the legendary Bob Marley.

How to get to 70s Bistro: Take the LRT-2 then get off at Anonas Station. Walk towards the nearby McDonald’s then ride a tricycle or jeepney and ask the driver to drop you off at The 70s Bistro.




Tips for ticket purchasing and watching:


  • Check the schedule of the show or gig from the event organizer to plan ahead.
  • To be updated about the details of the gig such as the time or venue, follow the social media pages of the artist or the organizer.
  • If you are sure that you are attending, you can make reservations at the venue.
  • Some venues do not reserve tickets, so it’s best to buy one as early as you can.
  • Other venues also do not allow reservations of seats, so come early if you want to get good seats.
  • If the venue is unfamiliar to you, use mobile apps to guide you to the area. For those who will just commute, follow our “How to get there” instructions or search for directions online.
  • Arriving earlier at the gig venue can bring a better chance of getting a parking spot.
  • If you don’t want to be late for the gig, adjust your travel time to anticipate possible heavy traffic ahead.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. Something that lets you move freely along to the music is recommended. However, it’s better to check the rules of the venue regarding dress codes.
  • To avoid difficulties and inconveniences, check the rules and regulations of the venue.
  • If you are driving and plan on drinking at the nightclub, keep it moderate to avoid being involved in any accident. It’s best for other motorists and for your own sake as well

Which of these shows caught your attention? Drop a comment at the comment section below!


Gig posters were taken from the official Facebook page of Cove Manila while photos of the bands were taken from their respective official Facebook pages.

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Denisse Shawntel Tan

Denisse Shawntel Tan balances her time and attention between writing and drawing. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Santo Tomas. Her lifelong dreams are to publish a novel and to hold an art exhibit. On her free time, Denisse paints and does DIY projects.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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