Marawi still needs help and more than 30 local artists including SUD, Hale, and Spongecola will be playing at the “Jam for Peace” series running from August to September.

“Jam for Peace” aims to raise funds for the victims in Marawi by bringing both mainstream and indie OPM artists together. The event in Manila is organized and produced by Jampack Music.

Music for Marawi

Historia Boutique Bar and Restaurant in Diliman, Quezon City will be the venue for the first leg of the gig series starting on August 16, 2017. Headliners include Itchyworms, Rocksteddy, Spongecola, and Tanya Markova. Monilog and SilePH will also be joining the mix.

Tommy Tanchanco, spokesperson for Jampack Music, said in a statement:

We want to affirm solidarity with Marawi in any way we could—be it performing for a cause, driving more funds for rehabilitation of homes and rescue, and spreading awareness about the plight of our countrymen in the South.

Musician Line Up Jam for Peace

Indie and mainstream OPM artists will be joining forces to help those who are victims of the ongoing war against terrorists in Marawi. Even, Barbie Almalbis, April Morning Skies, Silent Sanctuary, Jensen and the Flips, Mayonnaise, Kitchie Nadal, Spongecola, Leanne & Narra, Hale, Kiss Jane, Rocksteddy, Save Me Hollywood, Talata, Aia de Leon, Bea Valero, Ben and Ben, Lunar Lights, Brisom, Farewell Fair Weather, Gayuma, Choi, Miro, and more.

Other event venues for “Jam for Peace” include BSide, Route 196, and 19 East. The last one will be set at 12 Monkeys on September 20, 2017.

For the full schedule and artist lineup, see the official poster below:

Poster including all the OPM bands and venue for Jam for Peace 2017

Music is a big help to everyone every day. We use it to lessen the dread of commuting or to simply make a dull day brighter. This time, music can help bring in resources for people who want to give aid to the Marawi war victims.

Will you be lending a hand?