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To Making The Last Few Weeks Of Summer 2018 Worthwhile


This is how you sing goodbye



The gray clouds have been coming in a little more often, which means that summer 2018 is nearing its last few days of sunshine. There’s a lot that will be missed and there is a lot to be thankful for, but we’re eager to make the most out of what’s left—and there’s a clear-cut path to making these last few weekends worth our while.


Enter: Livestreet, the unique pop-up experience and hottest mini-concert series you don't want to miss out on.


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Livestreet is a celebration of music, brought together by Globe Live and BGC, and lasts for eight days and spans four weekends. Held at the Globe Iconic Bonifacio High Street Amphitheater, everyone is invited to take part in this concert series.


Each weekend will showcase a different genre, highlighted by Pinoy acts that can work the stage and the mic.


June 16 & 17: Unplugged

Franco


Johnoy Danao


True Faith


Leanna & Naara


Rouge


Quest



June 22 & 23: Retro

Arpie & The Multivitamins


Yellow Lane


Rage Band


Mulatto



June 29 & 30: Lounge

Brass Munkeys


Conscious & The Goodness


Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas


Trifecta


Skarlet Swing Machine


Nicole Asencio 


Ben & Ben


Reese Lansangan


Autotelic


Bullet Dumas


Mayonnaise


Keiko Necesario



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Experience music in its different forms before summer 2018 is officially ticked off our calendars. Get on your feet and dance to the rhythm, close your eyes and lose yourself in the tunes. Feel nostalgic, feel young and feel alive in the way only music can make you feel. Bathe in the live performances, take in the curated environments and make the most out of the season’s last weekends.


Livestreet kicks off on June 16, Saturday at 7pm at the Globe Iconic Bonifacio High Street Amphitheater. Admission is free of charge, so just join in on the fun!



Live Street is produced by Globe Live and Bonifacio High Street. Co-presented by FrontRow. Special thanks to FOXLife and RX93.1.


Words Adie Pieraz

Art Alex Lara

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