Epic Events Year 2
Epic Events celebrates their 2nd anniversary by producing a series of music and poetry nights. On its third and last leg, they decided to focus on promoting and supporting the local indie scene by staging “Epic Events Year 2: A Birthday Gig” as their way of giving back to all their beshies who supported them from PreGame and Over Coffee.
As their first solo event, they want their birthday gig to be fun, light and spontaneous. It will be totally different from their previous gigs featuring 7 artists, each with a full band set up. Celebrating with them are some of the big names in Philippine Indie music scene like SUD, Jensen and the Flips, Peryodiko, Run Dorothy, Rob and the Hitmen, There’s Era and Zipcode.
Promoted by Amplify.Ph, Indie Manila, Support Your Local Indie Scene and WhenInManila.Com who has been consistently supporting Epic Events and all the local indie bands. Special Shout out to FoodPanda Philippines, the leading online and mobile delivery marketplace, as one of the sponsor brands. Foodpanda enables their market to experience convenience at the tip of their smartphones or laptop with their wide variety of available restaurants depending on the customer’s food preferences via delivery. Foodpanda being a brand by and for the millenials, supports the advocacies that capture its market’s interest like the growing Philippine Independent Music industry.
Epic Events and Production is a family of young, driven and passionate individuals brought together by their collective love for this art to organize, manage and/or produce events. Join them on October 1, 2016 at Mow’s as they present their birthday gift to everyone.
For inquiries and event updates you may contact Epic Events at their Facebook page Epic Events or email at [email protected]. Door price is P250 with one free drink. Doors will open by 8pm. See you there!
RSVP on Facebook here: Epic Events Year 2
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