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Manila, Party

Road to Ultra Philippines

In our generation, rave events have become a normal occurrence and a bit mainstream. But a rave event that could actually keep the fire burning is a different story. The Road to Ultra Philippines held last Sept. 26 at MOA Concert grounds was one of the most life-changing and inspiring events I have ever been. Everyone was united and the crowd was lively and cheerful the whole time! The stage set up was designed perfectly and the sound system was insanely loud and clear! So I just brought with me my energy for me to survive the event and dance until 4am!

Rockin this thang

Rockin this thang

with #ohana

with #ohana

So I ranked the sets wherein I really had a blast and enjoyed the whole time the artists where playing. It wasn’t as easy as I thought because I really enjoyed all of them. I expected a legit fireworks display to happen, but was disappointed.

3.) Zeds Dead
They were able to know when to change and shift genre to keep the crowd going. Most of their tracks were also unique!
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Get Ready for Trancesisyon 2015!

Are you ready for the biggest rave party to ever hit Tagum City?

On May 16, 2015, Trancesisyon is coming to town and is the first PsyTrance Party Music and Arts Fest ever to be held in the Philippines, featuring an awesome line up of local talents spinning their tunes amidst a never-before seen psychedelic atmosphere.  Their music shall take partygoers on a unique musical journey, whilst riding a zipline, making Trancesisyon a truly magical event that shouldn’t be missed!

Topping it off, Greenwich Pizza is providing pizzas for everyone!

Tickets are sold in three variations: Mania, VIP and General Admission (GA).

The perks:

Mania (P800)

  • Unlimited Activities
  • Unlimited face Paint
  • All access
  • Access to the Mania Lounge
  • Free 2 Standard Drinks
  • Free Souvenir merchandise
  • Front of the stage
  • Express entrance to the grounds
  • Exclusive Comfort Rooms

VIP (P500)

  • Unlimited access to one (1) activity of your choice
  • Small Face paint
  • One Standard Drink
  • Access to VIP area and GA

GA (P150)

  • Access to event and GA area

Featured DJs from Manila are DJ Jet Boado, Ron Poe and Khai Lim, all of whom are top DJs who play for Valkyrie, Universe and Prive. Kirby Yu from Boracay and Distillery Cebu is also coming! Other featured artists are MC Ron Thug, MC MJ Collarga, local talents Jack Ripper, Kevin Rage, Ronn Mirrage of Brewery and Pae Dobles from Manic Nightnings.

For more details on purchasing tickets, please visit this link.  Please like their Facebook page too.

See you all there!

Davao, Party, Travel

SummerFrolic Music Festival of Colours 2015

Are you ready for the biggest music festival this summer? Showcase your abs, biceps, triceps, and your toned body this summer at SummerFrolic Festival of Color this April 10-11, 2015 in Mati City! People from all over the country are so excited to start their summer with a blast! Werwolvz, Ron Poe, Mars Miranda, Marc Marasigan, Jet Baoda, and all the other best DJ’s in the country to date are coming over to play and party with us wooohooo! This 2-day event will have color powder, paint, foam machines, and all the other equipment to ensure a great summer experience you will never forget!



You are not just going to enjoy but this is also a great opportunity to help local the people residing in Davao Oriental who are in need of medical attention. HALAD Mission Group Foundation, the official beneficiary of this event, holds free surgical missions for major and minor operations as well as cataract extractions in various locations in Davao Oriental. Great right?
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Cebu, Food, Party, Travel

Sinulog 2014

Sinulog is one of the biggest festivals in the Philippines. It has been practiced for over centuries since the Spanish times. Now Sinulog has transformed into a huge rave party that party animals like me should never miss.

photo courtesy of: Spectrum Experience

photo courtesy of: Spectrum Experience



I wasn’t able to attend Sinulog in 2013, so a few months before the 2014 event, I booked a flight for January 17-20,2014 even though it cost me an arm and a leg. I was so stoked about it that I counted the months and days until that day — January 17th — arrived. Getting there was a little underwhelming though. Our flight was delayed and we arrived in Cebu with no metered taxicabs at the airport in sight. We later found out that we had to fall in line and wait at least half an hour at the departure area located a floor above where we were. Time is gold so we decided to take an airport cab for which we paid double to that of the regular metered rate.



At approximately 10:00pm we finally arrived at our hotel, the Tsai Residences. Their Sinulog rate was Php3,750, about double their regular rate of Php1,800. According to our friends, hotels normally jack up their rates that high during Sinulog season. As soon as I saw our room, I got into the shower to freshen up then took a few shots of the Jack Daniel’s (JD) that I brought from Davao. Catching a cab was not a problem this time as there were a lot of them passing by Tsai Residences. So off I went to Life Dance!



Life Dance, for me, is Sinulog’s culminating event. Set at the Cebu Boardwalk, it’s a huge outdoor rave party attended by thousands of people from all over the world.

When I got to the venue, my friends were already inside. They had VVIP tickets (VVIP: PHP3,500.00, VIP: PHP2,500.00, GEN. AD.: PHP1,000.00) and me? I had nothing. I waited for 2 long hours outside the venue, listening to the music and the wild crowd. I bumped into Champ, a good friend of mine who was previously based in Cebu, and asked if he could help me get inside for free. Unfortunately, security was super strict so again I was forced to wait outside. Thereafter, I came to my senses and decided to buy a GA ticket at the gate and got in. The GA area was so vast and thousands upon thousands of people were dancing like crazy. The VIP and VVIP areas were fenced at the elevated part at the back. I kept texting and looking for Jico, a fellow Davaoeño who was also there, but ended not seeing him at all what with the sheer madness that was going on. I moved toward the left most part of the place and saw my friends whom I was supposed to be with in the VIP area, and eyed Champ and his group lingering nearby. They coaxed me to jump over the barricade, but initially I was too chicken. After much prodding I grabbed a chair and got myself over it and became an instant VIP guest hahahaha! Champ and his friends threw some booze at me. Eventually I joined Krizha, another Davaoeña, and met her group of friends from Manila. With all these excellent people around, getting into mood to party was easy and I felt in the zone to do all my dance moves. Music was great as expected. The organizers brought International DJ’s who were among the top 100 in the world. The crowd was epic and everyone just loved to party. We stayed there until 5:00am then decided to continue drinking at the Waterfront Hotel where John and Anton are staying. They bought bottles of Red Horse and an Emperador Light (EmpeLight). At 8:30am I went back to Chai hotel to recharge myself in preparation for Saturday’s activities.

With Krizha and a Friendly Party Girl (stranger)

With Krizha and a Friendly Party Girl (stranger)

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