July 24, 2019

Chill and Unwind at Ikomai’s Hideout Live Jazz Sessions Vol. 17

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  • Looking for a place with good food, music and vibes? Ikomai got you covered!

    Ikomai, a Japanese restaurant in Salcedo Village, Makati, is not only known for its delectable food but also for the Hideout Sessions regularly held at the restaurant. These sessions feature performances from bossa nova and jazz musicians and performers.

    Not to mention that they also do special sessions like barbecue, wine tasting, and bring-your-own-vinyl nights.

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    This Tuesday, July 30, they are featuring a special guest from Tokyo to play at the Hideout Live Jazz Sessions Vol. 17. Ryan Villamor will be performing alongside Japanese jazz player Tomoyuki Watanabe.

    Tomoyuki is a composer and guitarist of a Tokyo-based 6-piece jazz-funk band called Jazz Klaxon.

    The performance will start at 7 p.m. and is absolutely free! Message or call Ikomai at 02-816-4588 or 0917-709-4809 to reserve a seat.


    What: Hideout Live Jazz Sessions Vol. 17 feat. Ryan Villamor and Tomoyuki Watanabe
    Where: Ikomai, ACI Group Building 147 HV. Dela Costa St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
    When: July 30, 2019, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    Ticket information: Entrance is free, just call Ikomai for seat reservations.
    Contact number: 02-816-4588 or 09177094809
    Facebook: facebook.com/ikomaistreet

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