10 Gigs and Parties to Go to This Week: August 17 to 23

This week's must-see gigs, parties, events.

 

Wednesday, August 17

 

 

Why you should go: Pinoytuner gives you a night of exciting new music and exciting new bands! This time, they’ve invited Auburn Anne, John Borja, The Riot Act, and Timelight Panorama.

Other details: Gig starts 9 p.m. P200 entrance fee, inclusive of one free drink.

 

Thursday, August 18

 

 

Why you should go: One of 2016’s most-awaited music festivals, In the Mix will feature live performances from both popular and emerging artists. Catch six international acts, including The 1975, Third Eye Blind, Panic! at The Disco, James Bay, Elle King, and Twin Pines, in one epic night!

Other details: Gates open 5 p.m. Tickets range from P1,060 to P13,250, available at SM Ticket outlets and SM Tickets online.

 

Friday, August 19

 

 

Why you should go: Celebrate buwan ng wika with Filipino poetry and songs by up-and-coming artists! Catch performances from Tep & Friends, Kalabopis, BennyBunnyBand, Jemaima Robles, The Artidope, White Wall Poetry, Kara Subido, and Justine Grace Mariano.

Other details: Event starts 7 p.m. P150 entrance, with a free drink!

 

 

Why you should go: Electronic dance music duo The Chainsmokers will headline the Mall of Asia Arena for the very first time! Party all night this Friday!

Other details: Gates open 8 p.m. Tickets range from P3,180 to P5,830, available at SM Ticket outlets and SM Tickets online.

 

 

Why you should go: Noise pop, indie pop, dream pop, pogi pop, pseudo-pop, folk pop, nerd pop, soda pop. "Pop Up the Volume" returns with a line-up of your favorite pop bands featuring Ciudad, Dragonfly Collector, Slow Hello, The Buildings, The Strange Creatures, and The Geeks Philippines.

Other details: Gig starts 9 p.m. P150 gets you in, with a free beer!

 

 

Why you should go: Slaughterhouse Events has once again reached overseas to bring international talent for your enjoyment with a special guest all the way from Chile, Marco Parodi! Who will be spinning alongside Mulan from Club XX XX, Time in Manila's resident Raphael Carbonell, and Slaughterhouses resident DJs Mica and Cinemassacre.

Other details: Doors open 11 p.m. Free entry before midnight and P500 before 2 a.m. and P700 after 2 a.m.

 

Saturday, August 20

 

 

Why you should go: Catch the likes of Bullet Dumas, Reese Lansangan at the Singer-Songwriter Stage, Mayonaisse and Sud at the Rock Stage, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Adz at the DJ Stage, Kidthrones, Ryoku, Shadowmoses at the Hip Hop X Electro Stage, and more in one big music fest!

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Other details: Event starts 1 p.m. Free entrance!

 

 

Why you should go: With this awesome lineup, you need no other reason for convincing that you should definitely go to this gig. Watch Ang Bandang Shirley, Apartel, BLKD x Sloj, Bullet Dumas, Johnoy Danao and Ourselves the Elves perform live!

Other details: Gig starts 8:30 p.m. Get in for P250, inclusive of a free bottle of beer.

 

 

Why you should go: Once a month in TIME in Manila, selected music purveyors are called to a gathering. This weekend, they’re inviting Martin Lugtu back-to-back Carlos Chevalier, JP del Mundo aka. Arms Akimbo, Randy Salvador, Raphael Carbonell, and Rhythm 'N Brews on the roof deck.

Other details: Doors open 11 p.m. P300 discounted door charge for guest list before 2 a.m. and P500 regular door charge after 2 a.m.

 

Tuesday, August 23

 

 

Why you should go: The house of hip-hop and R&B is taking a break to blast soul music all night, courtesy of their local and guest DJs.

Other details: Be there by 9 p.m. Contact 0917-542-8831 for tables and inquiries.

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