Wednesday, November 2
Why you should go: The Am-Boys, Deefine and Daverukus, will be leading the pack for this Wednesday’s Bad Decisions night. Black Market’s resident DJ, Bawal Clan, will also be making some music in the Mao Den.
Other details: Doors open 9 p.m. Free entrance! For table reservations, contact 0917-829-4162.
Thursday, November 3
Why you should go: Be among the first to hear OPM classics with a bit of funk and the greatest hits of Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas! The night features talented artists such as Noel Cabangon, Ebe Dancel, Kat Agarrado, Bing Austria, and Baihana!
Other details: Show starts 8 p.m. P300 gets you in with a free drink.
Friday, November 4
Why you should go: Celebrate the Centennial Year of the UP College of Music with some World Jazz on Friday! The festivities include an afternoon workshop to be led by renowned musician and former UP faculty member Bo Razon, followed by an evening concert headlined by Bo Razon, and the UP Jazz Ensemble. Other awesome acts include Brigada, Adinkra Lumads Djembe Community, UP Kekeli West African Ensemble, and the Tago Jazz Collective.
Other details: Event starts 1 p.m. Tickets at P300.
Why you should go: It’s a feat to stay in the music business for 19 years so Greyhoundz will be throwing a wild party and gig this Friday. They will be joined by Razorback, Typecast, Motherbass, and Saydie, for a totally rocking night.
Other details: Gig starts 9 p.m. Entrance fee is just P200!
Saturday, November 5
Why you should go: Rock hard and party harder in this anniversary gig! This event features Typecast, Autotelic, ROUGE, Sirens, Dymphna from Cebu, 88 City, Lostthreads, Days of January, Even, Now You Make Me Angry, Diachroma, SIMILAR//INTENTS, and Full Pledged Revenge.
Other details: Gates open 4 p.m. Just P150 to get in, inclusive of a bottle of Red Horse Beer.
Why you should go: Hard-hitting headliners are coming your way this Saturday in saGuijo, including Barbie Almalbis, Johnoy Danao, Kitchie Nadal, Session Road, and The Sun Manager. Serge Gabriel will also be treating guests to his spoken word performance.
Other details: Gig starts 9 p.m. Get in for P250, inclusive of a free drink.
Why you should go: This legendary band is celebrating 30 years of making awesome music and they will playing their hits all through the night.
Other details: Concert starts 9 p.m. Tickets range from P500 to P1,000, available at TicketWorld online. You may also call Ticketworld at 891-9999 or Music Museum at 721-0635, 721-6726 for tickets.
Why you should go: A night of nothing but the songs of the Fab Four, featuring Benny James Giron of BennyBunnyBand, Jeremy Lopez of KISSLING!, Howard Luistro of Oh, Flamingo!, Ian Penn (Rafael Peña), and Johnny Moon of The Strange Creatures.
Other details: Gig starts 9 p.m. Get in for P200, inclusive of a free drink.
Why you should go: Time for another dose of your favorite bit of dirtiness at TIME in Manila! This week, the DJs in charge are Alinep, Emel Rowe, and Andre' from Norway.
Other details: Doors open 11 p.m. Entrance fee is P300 before 1 a.m. with one free drink, P500 before 4 a.m. with one free drink, and P600 after 4 a.m. with one free drink. For inquiries, contact 0977-823-1197.
Tuesday, November 8
Why you should go: Now on its fourth year, the Clean Air Concert is a special project of Earthday Jam Foundation Inc. in partnership with EMB-DENR and Ayala Malls’ Market Market. It marks the opening of the country’s National Clean Air Month and the National Environmental Awareness Month festivities. The concert will feature musicians and environmental warriors like 6cyclemind, Silent Sanctuary, Gloc 9, and Lou Bonnevie.
Other details: Concert starts 5 p.m. Entrance is free!