If you’re scrambling to look for places to bring your special someone to on Valentines Day weekend, you’re in luck. That’s exactly what we have for you. [firstpara] Singles can stop sobbing, too, because there are some great events this week where you might just find the love of your life. Or maybe a one-night stand.
UP Fair 2010
UP Fair 2010, the biggest event organized primarily by a student body happens as we speak. It’s a weeklong celebration marked by awesome music from some of the best bands in the biz today. Tip: If you’re scared of the event turning into a hellish moshpitthen just stay at the sides, or if you have some connections, get access to the backstage. The event happens at the Sunken Garden in UP.
Here’s the list of bands playing this weekend:
Silent Sanctuary and Sugarfree with the Manila Symphony Orchestra; Kamikazee, Typecast, Sponge Cola; Valley of Chrome, Imago, 6cyclemind; Slapshock, Mayonnaise, Moonstar88; Itchyworms, Pedicab, Giniling Festival; Chicosci, Hilera, Franco, Soapdish; April Morning Skies, Imbue No Kudos, Boy Elro;, Syato, Bloodshed, Sin, Blueketchup, Cog, and Protein Shake.
Tickets at P90.
Sandwich, Gloc9, 6cyclemind, Chicosci, Pedicab, Imago, Itchyworms, Soapdish
Tickets at P80.
Rico Blanco,Sugarfree, Sandwich, 6cyclemind, Imago, Itchyworms, Callalily, Silent Sanctuary, DeLara, Paraluman, Pedicab, Blue Ketchup, Soapdish, Markus Highway, Ciudad, Aurora, Tanya, Ernville, Up Dharma Down, Chicosci, Kjwan, Giniling Festival, Moonstar88, Zelle, Stonefree, Top Junk, Brownman Revival, Rocksteddy, Eevee, Letter Day Story, Roots of Nature
On February 12, Johnoy and Kakoy will be playing at Route 196, while in Saguijo, the “Three Headed, 4 Legged Monster tour” featuring The Rinka Collective, Severo, Salamin and Glorious Masai Mara happens.
February 13 is just as rocking as Deep Fried featuring Toti Dalmacion, Ean Mayor of Up Dharma Down and Cyril Yarisanto plays at Route 196, while it's reggae night at Saguijo featuring Lady I, Collie Herb, Dreadknot Used, Milagros Dancehall Collective, Coffeebreak Island and Reggae Mistress.
WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES