Grand Fiesta Manila 2010: Sounds Fantastic
At Grand Fiesta Manila 2010, Resorts World Manila (RWM) celebrates the Filipino's passion for music with four nights of solid, livewire performances, featuring different musical genres. Whether you're into alternative Pinoy sound, classic rock, old school funk or the good old standards, Grand Fiesta Manila has something for consummate music lovers to enjoy.
Maybe it's the Latin influence. Or maybe it's the sunny, tropical climate. Whatever the reason, one would be hard pressed to find a Filipino without a keen sense of rhythm and a deep, life-long love affair with music.
Pinoy bands Sandwich, Franco, Pedicab and Urbandub all converge in one explosive music jam on November 25. They're all set to electrify RWM concert grounds with hits that have changed the face of the alternative music scene.
Arnel Pineda has indeed come a long way, from being discovered on YouTube to filling up stadium venues and performing before crowds of thousands around the world as front man of iconic American rock band Journey. Arnel?s soaring vocals do justice to Journey classics and videoke staples like "Don't Stop Believing," "Faithfully," and "Open Arms." Hear them live as Arnel reunites with his original group, the Ammo Band, on November 26.
Eighties funk and R'n'B fans are in for a nostalgic walk down memory lane as The Earth, Wind and Fire Experience Featuring the Al McKay Allstars bring back the good times on November 27. Gear up for one big dance party as they perform "Let's Groove," "September," "Fantasy," and "Boogie Wonderland."
For a refreshing change in tempo, crooner Jed Madela serenades pop fans at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on November 28 with timeless Christmas melodies and powerful ballads that will make you fall in love all over again.
It's going to be a music festival unlike any other.
From November 25 to 28, 2010, celebrate the country's rich cultural heritage at Grand Fiesta Manila 2010. Experience the best of Philippine art, cuisine, music, dance, festivals and more. Call (+63 2) 836 6333 for more information.