Block off your calendars for July 28, 2018! Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) revels the three decades of leading the local car industry with Toyota Music Fest, its first-ever rock festival, and our sources say it's nothing close to ordinary.
Well, first thing, it's not every day you get to see a number of iconic local artists perform with gate entrances for free, right? Big names have been lined up for the huge festival including your favorite mainstream and indie bands, to be headlined by Pinoy rock legend Ely Buendia, along with Parokya ni Edgar.
The Toyota Music Fest will also allow you to have a throwback with nostalgic tracks from Spongecola, Hale, 6cyclemind, and Cueshe. Even more, Ebe Dancel, Callalily, Silent Sanctuary, and Rivermaya will also be there to perform your all-time favorite heart-pinching songs. A lineup of the latest OPM trending bands like the IV of Spades, Ben&Ben, December Avenue, and The Ransom Collective will be there too.
As the festival is open to all ages, a wide array of food and drink stalls will be available for everyone to fill their cravings. Raffle prizes and exclusive giveaways are waiting for lucky attendees.
If you're thinking that's it, wait till you hear this. On that same day, TMP will be launching the 2019 Toyota Vios to the public! It's more reason to come as the new Vios features new look, both inside and out. Are you ever going to miss this out? We're not.
Pull your friends and jam with these bands at the Filinvest City Event Grounds in Muntinlupa City. Gates will open at 2:00 pm. You won't be needing to allot an entrance fee as admission is absolutely free, all you have to do is sign up on Toyota Music Fest microsite. Tickets are limited so hurry and tell your friends now. For questions, necessary information is found on the link above. See you there!
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