Bingers, are you ready for two weekends of Original Pinoy Music? Brace yourselves because this year, for the first time ever, BGC Arts Center will launch a landmark festival made possible with the support of Sun Life Foundation. Bingers , get excited for Pinoy Playlist 2018: Ito ay Atin, Sariling Atin.
It will be the first on an annual Music Festival curated by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, Moy Ortiz, and Noel Ferrer. No matter what genre you are into, you will definitely have fun here! Pinoy Playlist will revive the tradition of Filipino music by exposing the breadth and range of Filipino musicality across time. Various vocal groups, solo, bands, classic, indigenous, pop, and even collaborations from different artists are set to perform at the music festival. There is no doubt that Filipino music from across generations will shine throughout the festival.
The Huge Line-up
Pinoy Playlist 2018 will see over 1o0 Filipino musicians and production teams who finely tuned into the idea of it and contributed in it. Among the long list of performers on the two-weekend event are: Gloc-9, Pedicab, Ben&Ben, Shanti Dope, and Moonstar 88.
Check out the photo for the full line-up waiting to showcase their musical talents in the event:
The Brains Behind Pinoy Playlist
For a big event such as this one, great minds have to work on it. Pinoy Playlist 2018, Ito ay Atin, Sariling Atin is a labor of love of the Pinoy Playlist curators off whom the BGC Arts Center is proud to be working with. With that said, let’s get to know them.
Maestro Ryan Cayabyab is among the supernova standard bearers of Filipino music. His involvement with Pinoy Playlist is inspired by wanting to see the coming together to experience the rich tapestry of homegrown Pinoy music. Noel Ferrer cited Cinemalaya, MMFF, and other indie film festivals for the creation of the event. He says that it is important to
have a common ground in Pinoy Playlist featuring all genres and all kinds of artists to showcase the best in Filipino music. Moy Ortiz, on the other hand, puts it simply why there is Pinoy Playlist, “We need to acknowledge, honor and celebrate Filipino in all its forms.”
Maria Isabel Garcia, Head of Content of BGC Arts Center, gives credits to those who care for Pinoy music with their lives. She adds that the BGC Arts Center is passionately committed to create and celebrate Filipno stories of creativity and there is nothing like music to inhabit those stories.
Go grab your tickets for this exciting music festival! Tickets range from P330 to P2250 and are now available at all TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld.com.ph