International films, foreign bands, wine festivals—looks like we have no shortage of things to do. Recharge yourself with this weekend’s happenings:
1) Concert overload
One of France's most renowned bands, femme rock collective, Subway, is here! They’ll be playing their brand of “frenzied” rock on two play dates: October 7 at the Mall of Asia Music Hall and on October 8 at SM North Edsa’s Sky Dome, 9 PM. Admission is free.
For something louder, check out metalcore outfit Every Time I Die live in Manila on October 8 at the World Trade Center in Pasay. They’re loud, they’re brash, which is why they’re not to be missed if you’re up for something rowdy that night. Tickets are priced at P2000 for VIP and P1000 for General Admission Gates open at 6PM. Check out their Facebook page for more details.
If those guys are just too loud for your liking, then this one might appeal to you more. Australian singer and songwriter, Lenka will be performing live on Sunday, October 9 at the A-Venue Concert Hall in Makati. A word of warning: her bubbly pop tunes are so infectious that you’ll still be probably singing them by next weekend. For ticket inquiry, please call TicketWorld at (63 2) 891-9999.
2) An education in Czech art
The Czech Embassy Manila, in partnership with SM Mall of Asia, presents the opening of Sining CESko at the Atrium at SM Mall of Asia, on October 8. This art exhibit with the theme “The Czech Republic Through My Eyes” will feature the various artwork of Filipino university students in the recently concluded art competition called Sining CESko : My Czech Art. The artists in the said competition were also required to use at least one indigenous Philippine material, as a means to bridge Czech culture and traditions with our very own.
For additional information, contact the Czech Embassy Manila through (63 2) 811-1155 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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