Put your warm coat on and experience the fuzzy festival feels as Docdef Productions and Museo Orlina team up for an Art and Music Night. Dubbed Tagaytay Art Beat, the much-anticipated mini festival opens its doors to the public on September 19, Saturday with a unique smorgasbord of emerging independent music acts and an art exhibit featuring young and upcoming artists.
Museo Orlina, situated at the lush, evergreen district of Tagaytay City, will host the festivity’s entire run. The 4-story modern building is home to an art gallery, a museum, an amphitheater, an interactive display system, a sculpture garden, and a rooftop deck with overlooking view of Taal Volcano. The countryside scenery and the museum’s state-of-the-art facilities will serve as fun-filled nest for festival aficionados, art and music geeks, travel buffs, foodies, and partygoers who are looking for diversion from the bustling urban noise of Metropolitan Manila.
Art and Music Fest
As part of its initiative to champion the diversity of independent local music, DocDef will be staging a concert featuring an eclectic lineup of performers. From headline-ready favorites (Autotelic, Bullet Dumas, Farewell Fair Weather, The Ransom Collective) to sensual jazz-soul crooners (Jensen and the Flips, Sud, Miles Experience and BannaHarbera), from accomplished young singer-songwriters (Anj Florendo, Paolo Mallari, Niki Colet and Reese Lansangan) to indie upstarts (Austin, Dayaw, Fools and Foes, Tom’s Story), Tagaytay Art Beat gives you a full-fledged quality music experience that goes beyond form and style.
There will be an art exhibit by young and talented artists, from various local schools and universities: Archie Geotina, Ayka Go, Erica ng, Jessica De Leon, Ku Romillo, Jason Sto. Domingo, Lee Caces, Ivana Tyler, Lyka Orhel, Miggy Antonio, Monica Castillo, Rae Toledo and Tammy dela Fuente. Alongside the music performances would be live mural paintings by DocDef resident artists Cinos and Mr. S.
Festival attendees who want access to the art space vicinity showcasing Ramon Orlina’s globally acclaimed masterpieces will only need to pay an additional P100. His masterful collection of glass sculptures combined with pieces made from bronze, wood, and jewelry not only warrants attention, but a well-deserved tribute.
Tagaytay Art Beat starts at 4pm. Php 250 gets you in with one free drink!
TICKETS ARE LIMITED so we highly encourage everyone to buy tickets in advance to ensure entrance to the event. Walk-ins are no longer allowed. Tickets will no longer be available at the venue. For ticket inquiries, contact Ning Orlina at 09178285108 or visit this link: bit.ly/tagaytayartbeat for information on where to purchase tickets.