We know some of you might be exhausted after all those New Yearâ€™s parties and inuman, but most simply canâ€™t get enough. [firstpara] And that includes us. Hereâ€™s what we can catch this weekend!
Icon Manila presents DJ Elmer Dado with Jay Cayuca
Happening on January 9 at Intercontinental Manila in Makati City is one of the first big parties this year. Yep, one of most respected and rockinâ€™ house music DJs in the Philippines, DJ Elmer Dado, will be giving party animals all the awesome dance music they need to rock the night away.
Together with his group Gruppo Tribale and Jay Cayuca on violins, this Icon Manila-organized party is where you want to go for an explosively good time.
Best of all, thereâ€™s no entrance fee! Perfect for those whose wallets have just been ravaged by the holiday season! Gates open at 9 PM.
Tonight, January 8, indie favorites The Lowtechs, Musical O, Ciudad and Shoulder State will be playing over at Route 196 in Katipunan, Quezon City.
At 6 Underground in Ortigas, meanwhile, Rubberpool, Paranoid City, John Banda, Teaf, Galaga, Superkendi and Ozawa will be rocking your socks off.
Saturday, January 9 brings a double dose of gigs as well. Saguijo in Makati hosts Revolver night with Techy Romantics, Hilera, Kwjan, Juan Pablo Dream, and Peryodiko playing a set each.
Venture deeper into the south, and youâ€™ll be able to catch Sinosikat at 19East Bar in Paranaque. This week definitely ainâ€™t low on musical extravaganzas.
WORDS BY:GELO GONZALES
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