Munimuni Concert at the Music Musuem hit the people like a tidal wave. And we are definitely not yet over it!
Dauntless Manila launched the Munimuni concert, a prayer answered for every fan of the band. And once again, it was a spectacle. Last November 16, at the Music Museum, Munimuni gives us the moment we’ve been all waiting for, to be gathered in a big venue with nothing but Munimuni music.
Crowd favorite of every gig-goer in the Metro, Munimuni has gradually risen to where they are now. The makata pop indie band has definitely cast a spell to everyone’s heart, making them fall in love with their own music genre. It has been a long journey for Munimuni and a long wait as well, but they’ve made their first concert a dream come true for everyone.
10/15/2018 – Munimuni's first concert!!!!!!! @ Music Museum
— sarasvati (@wxy0605) November 16, 2018
It was a night to remember! This is what we’ve been all waiting for and time and time again, Munimuni knows how to deliver such a wonderful performance.
— Janet D'Great
(@janetxxii) November 15, 2018
Everyone is happy to be part of the journey of Munimuni. From their first gig with a small audience and now, right at the Music Museum with a huge crowd!
Songs that made us cry…
With ‘Tahanan’, it reminded us over and over again, that we’re never alone and we always have a home, in someone’s arm, either be it family, friends or our significant other. We’ve seen guys shed a tear or two but we ain’t telling who!
Hanggang dito na lamang
Ang iyong mga luha
On the other hand, ‘Marilag’ gave us major chills as the crowd sang along with the band. We’ve felt the power and inspiration from this song. Definitely one of our fight songs when things aren’t doing so well in life!
hindi maitatago, hindi maikukubli
ang mundo ay binabalot
ng iyong pagbangon muli
With their guest performers too!
Of course, we can’t forget Munimuni’s special guests who added magic to the night.
Reese Lansangan swooned everyone, melting us with the wonderful performance with Munimuni. Their rendition of ‘For the Fickle’ together with Reese, was one of the saddest songs of the night. Hearts were melting during the song performance!
all i want is
— Cherubin Vinuya (@florencevinuya) November 15, 2018
(@jemelemey) November 15, 2018
Meet and greet at the backstage!
These guys are so lucky to get some selfies with Munimuni and guest performers as well.
Congrats to my soul brothers from @munitheband. So glad I get to journey this path with you! Starting with "Alat" and ending with "Marilag" made me look up to the heavens and thank God for my purpose. I believe in you and your music so much! Can't wait for your album! pic.twitter.com/goHcft7WpS
— Sabu (@serah) November 16, 2018
Uy @munitheband! Fan nyo ako. Salamat at hinayaan nyo akong maging parte ng first major concert nyo. Naramdaman ko lahat! Saya! Congratulations! Isang karangalan ang makinig at makapanood ng inyong musika. It’s a gift. God bless you more guys!!! Napakagaling nyong lahat
— K E I K O
(@KeikoSoundsLike) November 16, 2018
“I am” vs “I have”: Munimuni’s take on mental health
But this is what really hit us right in the hearts. John Owen Castro, Munimuni’s flutist, talked about his mental health condition. For those of us who have troubles with their mental health, Owen helped us with on how to, little by little, accept it and embrace it and move on. It was an eyeopener for everyone in the local music scene. Kudos to Owen and Munimuni for that!
"I am" vs "I have" @owendaseynts
— Juju ◑ (@julia_klv) November 16, 2018
That’s Munimuni, everyone!
We’re definitely having sepanx just before the curtain called. The night has to end but the music is still there, in the Music Museum and in our hearts. Munimuni gave us an inspiring and magical night. Their music was the music that helped us get through a rough day and lifted us towards self-love. This is just the first and we’ll be waiting for the next of Munimuni to come.
— Nadimunyu Lustre (@natatacute) November 15, 2018
We are just so proud to see Munimuni Concert and we’re not over it yet. Munimuni left a mark in our hearts and this is just the beginning. Munimuni’s just starting to rock the whole local music scene. Get ready for more of them!
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