Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival 2020 Is Happening at La Mesa Eco Park This February
The first music and arts festival in the Philippines will be celebrating its 10th year! The Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival 2020 is set to happen on February 29 to March 1, 2020, at their new venue at the La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.
Since its establishment in 2011, Malasimbo has been supporting the livelihood of artists, especially musicians by bringing together a diverse community of performers, artists, bands, artists, and music lovers.
Now, spectators can continue enjoying the fun festivities in their new home at one of the few green spaces in Metro Manila, the La Mesa Eco Park.
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Guests can expect various activities and programs such as different art and wellness programs can be attended at the Narra Grove Pavilion.
Under the shade of a hundred trees, a music business conference is slated to happen at the Drilon Orchidarium bringing artists from the music industry together with music lovers!
For sunrise and sunset sessions, breathe in creative and transformative energy through meditation, yoga, dance, and journaling meant for energizing or winding down. Participate in morning warm-up to mindful hikes, dance meditations, and before bed pampering.
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This year, the line-up of artists features a mix of international and local acts with Snarky Puppy’s Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles and Mike Love headlining the festival.
Also joining Malasimbo are Melbourne hit-maker Laneous, Canadian keyboardist Anomalie, Colombian jazz pianist Jesus Molina Quartet, Italian guitarist Matteo Mancuso, and Uncomfortable Science. Local music artists include Brigada, jazz ensemble Project Yazz, Talata ni Tala, and more!
Tickets are currently available from the Malasimbo website and their official partner VUE TIX through TicketTailor. 10% of all ticket sales will go to ABS-CBN Foundation, Bantay Kalikasan, and its projects. The rates are as follows until February 1:
- Saturday, February 29 – Php 4,500 + Php 225 fee
- Sunday, March 1 – Php 4,500 + Php 225 fee
- 2-Day Pass – Php 8,000 + Php 400 fee
Ticket prices are set to increase as the event date approaches. Starting February 1 to 29, two-day passes will be Php 9,000 and one day pass at Php 5,000. Door prices for two-day passes are at Php 10,000 and one day pass is at Php 5,500.
Children ages zero to six are free of charge, while 50% off will be given to children ages seven to 12.
To purchase tickets for children, PWDs, Students & Senior Citizens, send an e-mail to email@example.com, together with a valid document supporting age, residence, and/or condition to receive a discount code. The ID must be presented and valid during the event days.
For more information and updates about the event, visit their website at malasimbo.com or follow their social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
What: Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival 2020
When: February 29 to March 1, 2020
Where: La Mesa Eco Park, La Mesa Dam Compound, Greater Fairview, Quezon City
The rates are as follows until February 1:
- Saturday, February 29: Php 4,500 + Php 225 fee
- Sunday, March 1: Php 4,500 + Php 225 fee
- 2 Day Pass: Php 8,000 + Php 400 fee
From February 1 to 29, two-day passes will be Php 9,000 and one day pass at Php 5,000. Door prices for two-day passes are at Php 10,000 and one day pass is at Php 5,500.
Facebook Page: facebook.com/MalasimboMusicandArtsFestival
This is a press release. Edits have been made prior to posting.