Weekly Gig Guide (March 27-April 2, 2017)

Curtismith rapping at Route 196

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Tired? Need a break? Here are a few things you can do to break the monotony of your weekly grind. In this list are you favorite bands and when and where they’ll be playing all across the Metro.

 

Subdued Special featuring Run Dorothy

 

Subdued

Make your Tuesday extra special with Subdued Special brought to you by Indie Manila! Catch SVNR, John Mari Marcelo, and Run Durothy at Saguijo Bar and Cafe, San Antonio Village, Makati on Tuesday, March 28, 9PM. Entrance is 200 inclusive of one drink. Check out their event page for updates on the event!

 

Number Line Records at XX XX

 

Number Line Records

 

Head on over to XX XX as Number Line Records brings you Tarsius, Big Hat Gang, Outerhope, Similarobjects, Samantha Nicole, with live visuals from Christopher Lambert at XX XX, 20a – 20b La Fuerza Plaza 1, 2241 Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati on Wednesday, March 29, 9 PM. Be sure to check out their event page for updates on the event!

 

HigadDamit: The Itchyworms

 

Itchyworms

 

We’re here to scratch your itch for some merch! The Itchyworms have partnered with CustomThread and will launch their official band merchandise on Thursday, March 30, 9PM at Route 196, Katipunan Avenue Extension, Quezon City. Catch performances from Apartel, Sud, Jensen and the Flips, Ben&Ben, Kate Torralba, and the Itchyworms! Entrance is ₱200 inclusive of a free drink. Check out their official event page for more information on the event.

 

Docdef Productions: Out of Body

 

Out of Body

 

Have you heard good music lately? Docdef Productions is back at it again with Out of Body featuring the Espasouls, Rob and the Hitmen, Farewell Fair Weather, Banna Harbera, Concious & the Goodness, and Chocolate Grass on Friday, March 31, 9PM, at Route 196, Katipunan Avenue Extension, Quezon City. Entrance is  ₱200 with a free drink. Like Docdef Productions’ official Facebook page for updates and gig schedules.

 

DJ MAG Philippines x URBN QC: BEACH Please!

 

Beach Please

 

Kick off your summer the right way by joining DJ MAG Philippines in partnership with URBN QC at Beach Please! Catch the hottest DJs in the country (and one that came all the way from the Netherlands) at URBN QC, 62 Timog Avenue, Quezon City on Friday, March 31, 10PM. Party with DJ Sheryl Lynn, MVRXX, Nina Saputil II, Franco Zarate, DJ Cathy Frey, and MC Jams. Check out their official event page for more information!

Mow’s 2nd Anniversary: Victims of Our Own Success

 

Mow's Bar

 

Wish Mow’s happy birthday as the (self-proclaimed) second best bar in Quezon City celebrates their 2nd birthday! Catch Ourselves the Elves, Sound Architects, Chairman Mouse, the Squips, Ang Bandang Shirley, MilesExperience, Halik ni Gringo, the Oemons at Mow’s Bar, Matalino St., Quezon City on Saturday, March 31, 9PM. Pay what you want at the gate inclusive of a copious amount of drinks (and friendship). Check out their page for updates on the event!

Staff Picks

Stages Sessions Gig Circuit: Unit 27

 

Unit 27 Cafe

Stages Sessions is bringing the show to BGC! Catch Asch x Value Meal, Curtismith, Dane Hipolito, Keiko Necesario, Gio Levy, Kiana Valenciano , and SUD at Unit 27 Bar and Cafe, GF Icon Plaza, Bonifacio Global City, on Thursday, March 30, 9PM. Entrance is ₱350 inclusive of one free drink. For updates on Stages Sessions’ upcoming events like their official Facebook page!

 

Stages Sessions Gig Circuit: Conspiracy Garden Cafe

 

Gig Circuit

Don’t fret if you can’t make it to the Unit 27 leg of the Gig Circuit, Stages Sessions has got your back! Don’t miss out on artists like Ben & Ben, Bullet Dumas, Coeli, Gio Levy, Reese Lansangan, and Rizza Cabrera at the Consipracy Garden Cafe, Visayas Avenue, Quezon City. Entrance is ₱250, but you can still avail of their Gig Circuit Tour pass for ₱1000 to get access to all of the remaining Gig Circuit shows! Check out their official event page for updates on the event.

 

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