Bid Au Revoir to the Music Festival for All Genres You Don’t Want to Miss
by Inside Manila Team, June 28, 2019 5:02pm
Art by Dani Elevazo
As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end”, but the month-long celebration of Fete De La Musique isn’t going to depart without giving us one last major show to remember them by.
On that note, Docdef Productions and Gabi Na Naman Productions are collaborating once again for the Fete De La Musique’s 25th Anniversary Closing Party that will take place at 20:20 Bar in Makati City on Saturday, June 29, at 4pm onwards for Manilennials!
And for those residing outside the Metro, they get a chance to experience Fete De La Musique at full force as it makes its way to Baguio, Batangas, Bulacan, Laguna, Palawan, and Pampanga on the same day! There’s a Fete celebration for all and so there’s no reason not to join in on the fun.
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The event is part of Fete De La Musique—an annual music showcase that has been celebrated in 120 countries all over the world and now made its way to the Philippines. This year’s Fete was simultaneously held at different spots in the greater part of the Makati area, Intramuros and ventured its way into other provinces as well.
In line with Fete’s overall vision of supporting homegrown music talents with diverse genres, Fete De La Musique’s 25th Anniversary Closing Party promises to end the celebration with a bang by featuring its biggest lineup yet of 23 of the most promising Filipino acts. For those that couldn’t get enough of the musical experience, now’s the chance to go all out with your buddies and jam out with your favorite artists.
The admired pool of performers that will be performing at the closing party are as follows: Orange and Lemons, The Ransom Collective, Munimuni, The Bloomfields, Cheats, Never The Strangers, Oh, Flamingo!, Shirebound and Busking, Over October, Coeli, Carousel Casualties, Banna Harbera, Ube, Nights of Rizal, Basically Saturday Night, Any Names Okay, The Cosmic Misfits, Bird., Anima Tierra,Titomo, Wicked Adobo, Danidea, and Clarene Romea.
Fete-goers may expect a night filled with non-stop music, great vibes and responsible drinking courtesy of San Miguel Pale Pilsen as #FeteIndie2019 kicks off the beginning of the end as early as 4pm ‘til the sunrise, with a surprise DJ set to kick off the party!
As per the Fete culture, admission is absolutely free, but to receive updates and news on the event, you may hop onto their Facebook event page.