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Korean Street Sound 2017

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  • This is the first Korean Hip-hop concert in the Philippines!

    The Korean Street Sound 2017, the first Korean HipHop Concert in the Philippines will showcase 9 popular top rank and new generation Korean hip-hop artists. These artists have already produced their own albums, won competitions, and have become guests in top shows in Korea. A top Korean DJ is also included in the roster to complete the authentic overall underground Korean hip-hop mood and feel.

    This concert is made possible to introduce authentic Korean hip-hop music to Filipinos straight from Seoul, South Korea! Korean Street Sound is for all of you who want to experience a night full of Rap and RnB packaged into one hot Korean Style hip-hop party!

    Korean Street Sound 2017 will be held at The Elements, Centris on September 15, 2017, 8 pm- onwards.
    This event is presented to you by Big Events Management in partnership with Highlight Media Production powered by Coast to Coast Co., Ltd.

    Experience a night of Korean hip-hop culture and music and party with us this September 15!

    Avail your tickets by visiting this website:

    This is a press release. Additional photo from Big Events’ Facebook page


    What: Korean Street Sound 2017
    When: September 15, 2017, 8 pm onwards
    Where:  The Elements at Centris, Diliman, Quezon City
    For more information and updates, visit their official SNS:

    Ticket Price
    SUPREME PASS – Php 6,500
    DOPE PASS – Php 4,500
    FREESTYLE PASS – Php 2,500

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