posted February 25, 2015

On Saturday, June 21, 2014, the Alliance Française de Manille (AFM), the Department of Tourism (DOT), Intramuros Administration, the Embassy of France to the Philippines in partnership with B-Side Productions and Viva Manila presented the 20th anniversary of Fête de la Musique in Metro Manila.

The 2014 festival is the first time a stage was held in Intramuros. The main stage featured:

Local acts: Banda Kawayan, Chocolate Grass, Similar Object, Imago, Peryodiko, Barbie Almalbis, Wilderness, Ea Torrado feat. Erick Dizon, Coco Jam, Humanfolk, Kjwan, Mr. Bones & the, Boneyard Circus, Curbside, Taken by Cars, Jack Versus the Crab

Pocket performances occurred in venues around Manila included:

  • Alternative Rock Stage by Red Ninja@Sazi’s-Kalye Nakpil6 / 44 Nakpil St., Malate
  • Line-up: Tonight We Sleep, Jejaview, A Music Theory, Imelda, Diachroma, The Kents, Sirens,
  • Flying Ipis, Thieves, Paranoid City, Ephesus, Blue Boy Bites Back, Eddie Shawarma
  • Spoken Word Stage by Speak Philippines@Sev’s Café / Basement Legaspi Towers 300,
  • Roxas Blvd. corner P. Ocampo, Malate (across CCP)
  • Line-up: Speak Philippines, Ipat Luna + Open Mic
  • Dub Stage by Torta Manila@Heaven Malate / Nakpil St. corner Orosa St., Malate
  • Line-up: Abdel Aziz, Adadub, Allrock, Reiz, SilverFilter, Xombie, Gabby-Z
  • Nouveau Jazz Stage by PI Jazz Festival Foundation@JPL Hall of Freedom, Lyceum of
  • the Philippines / Muralla corner Real Sts., Intramuros
  • Line-up: PI Jazz artists
  • Experimental/ Hip Hop Stage@Eat Cafe, V Hotel / 1766 Adriatico Street, Malate.
  • Line-up: Similar Objects, BIN5, Like Animals, NoR, Ayon, Moki Mc Fly, After School, Special,
  • Floating Sound Nation, Sleeper Second, The BGNR, Inkeyes, Zomtendo, Lustbass, Jamessushe,
  • Fxxxybint, Sloj, Impulse Project

Maestranza Plaza

Art Installations & Street Performances by Julia Nebrija, Ea Torrado, Leeroy New, Sipat Lawin Ensemble, Kulay Labitigan, AI Garcia, Chris Aronson, PJ Rebullida, Flow Arts Philippines, Planet Zips, Pasyal Sunday Buskers