Weekender Guide: February 28, 29, and March 1, 2020

Still don't know where to go for the weekend? Here are the events and places to check out in the coming days.

Still don't know where to go for the weekend? Here are the events and places to check out in the coming days.

NCT Dream Tour "The Dream Show" in Manila
February 29 (New Frontier Theater)

NCTzens, the boys of NCT Dream are coming back to Manila this February 29 for their NCT Dream Tour: The Dream Show Tour! 

Comprised of members Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Chen Le, Jisung, and Jaemin, NCT Dream is the third sub-unit to the SM boy group NCT. The sub-unit started out in 2016, and has since released 3 mini albums. They made their most recent comeback in 2019 with We Boom. 

Tickets for the show are priced from P5000 to P10000.





Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival
February 29 to March 1 (La Mesa Ecopark)

Pioneering music and arts festivals in the country in the last decade, Volume Unit Entertainment is on a mission to continue uplifting the Filipino music and arts scene at Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival 2020. The first music and arts festival in the Philippines is set to happen on Saturday, 29 February 2020 to Sunday, 1 March 2020 at its new home at La Mesa Eco Park in Quezon City.

Whether held up in the mountains or by the beach in Puerto Galera, Malasimbo has continually opened up to a diverse community of performers, artists, bands and music lovers, elevating the local festival experience not just in its backyard but in the entire country. Now, it has found a bigger home in the lush rainforest smack right in the middle of the metro.

Tickets for Malasimbo 2020 vary on the date release schedules. From Jan. 1 to Jan. 31, two-day passes are at (P8,000) and one day pass is at (P4,500). From Feb. 1 to Feb. 29, two-day passes are at (P9,000) and one day pass is at (P5,000). Door prices for two-day passes are at (10,000) and one day pass is at (P5,500).

RuPaul Drag Race Werq the World 
February 29 (Smart Araneta Coliseum)

Have you been dragged into the phenomenon? This show created a global craze with world tours, annual conventions, and a growing number of fans. As fabulous, glamorous, and downright funny as the queens are, the real joy of the show goes beyond.

Aside from celebrating beauty and creating killer looks, the queens also formed a special bond even in the middle of some serious, sassy squabbling. There were some tender moments when the queens bond over their struggles, speak out about important issues, and in the process, take strength from each other. It’s great to watch these queens work together.

No doubt, the swelling popularity of the drag phenomenon is inevitable.  It’s time to get ALL-STARted for a DRAGTASTIC RUveal this coming 2020, as RuPaul and fabulous surprises are about to slay the stage. Werq the World, a culmination of winners and finalists of the Emmy award-winning RuPaul’s drag race TV series is coming to the Philippines this February 2020. An all-out show awaits, and who knows, you just might catch the queens you stan, in live glory.

Ortigas Art Festival 2020
February 28 to March 8 (Estancia Mall)

Metro Manila’s art scene is again abuzz with the Ortigas Art Festival announces its third run.

Featuring local and international artists, Ortigas Art Festival 2020 has quickly become a go-to event for all those who love the arts. In just three years, it has created ripples throughout the Philippine art scene and has managed to pique the interest of all art lovers.

Whether you’re a serious art collector or just someone who appreciates Filipino artistry, you’re bound to awed in by the vast number of art pieces to be shown, as well as the interesting line-up of artists to be featured at the exhibit. Watercolors, acrylics, sculptures…prepare for a feast of the senses.

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