Reliving Live Street: Here’s Globe Live Street Vol. 2 in Pictures
A look back at what happened during the intimate concert featuring Ena Mori, Nathan & Mercury, The Ransom Collective and Unique Salonga
On October 27, Globe Live, Bonifacio High Street and Huawei joined forces to present music lovers in Manila with a different kind of Sunday slowdown: a concert called Live Street Vol 2 that, for one night only and for the very first time, brought together four of the country’s most promising new acts.
The stage set for Ena Mori, Nathan & Mercury, The Ransom Collective and Unique Salonga was met with a jam-packed amphitheater at Globe Iconic in Bonifacio High Street. As a night that celebrated share-worthy snaps to go with share-worthy music, it was only fitting, too, that the intimate concert was immortalized through photographs...and in the best way possible with Huawei.
Take a look at what we mean and revisit the evening—seen through the (ultra-powerful) lens of the Huawei nova 5T.
Step inside the Globe Live Street pop-up lounge.
The Globe Iconic Amphitheater filled up in no time last Sunday with concert-goers enjoying food, drinks and the pop-up photo booths as they waited for the show to start.
Filipino-Japanese pop singer Ena Mori serenaded the audience with singles such as “Safe Zone” and an upbeat cover of Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You.”
Getting up close and personal with Ena Mori looked a little something like this (no seat too far for the Huawei nova 5T):
.@enamorimusic serenades us with her gentle but heart-wrenching voice that perfectly encompasses the message of her song Break. 😌✨— Live Street (@LiveStreetPH) October 27, 2019
Come drop by #GlobeLiveStreet for the perfect Saturday jams, with #GlobeHuawei and #Huaweinova5TPH! 💙 pic.twitter.com/RJaC01RhQi
Taking to the stage next was new band on the block: Nathan & Mercury.
The four-piece band behind earworms “Fools” and “Rumours” took time between songs to chat about their music, hugot anthems and moving on.
After the sets, came the meet-and-greets.
Winners of the Live Street Meet & Greet contest were able to snag VIP passes, meet their favorite artists, snap photos with them and even have merchandise signed.
Indie folk/pop band The Ransom Collective then came to win everyone in the audience over.
The evening certainly made room for a full spectrum of emotion, from Nathan & Mercury’s heartache anthem to The Ransom Collective’s feel-good tracks (people in the crowd were dancing at this point):
Capping off Live Street Vol. 2 was Unique Salonga: a vision in white along with his band.
It was straight to the concerts barricades for some OPM fans, who rushed over for an even more intimate music experience with the “Bukod-Tangi” singer-songwriter. Those electrifying dance moves? Definitely sealed the deal.
Ending on a high note, three brand-new Huawei nova 5T phones went home with some very lucky raffle winners.
For these music fans, it’s a stellar point-and-shoot experience—with results fit for a professional—from here on out.
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