Fête de la Musique is happening this weekend and here are the performances you can expect 2
Roe Santos, Manskee, and Jose x Gats Talamak for La Union Stage. Photos courtesy of Kurrent
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Fête de la Musique is happening this weekend and here are the performances you can expect

Dubbed as #FeteFromMyIsland, the virtual event will showcase OPM stars  from Pedicab to Celeste Legaspi 
ANCX Staff | Jun 15 2021

It seems not even a pandemic can stop this yearly musical tradition from happening. Co-organizer DOT (Department of Tourism) is telling all music lovers in the country that while people can’t congregate yet, there’s no reason we can’t be in a music festival mood and partake in the Fête de la Musique 2021 merriment. 

This year’s Fête de la Musique Philippines will have a stronger travel feel to it. Set across various cities and provinces in the country, it will feature both local and international acts from diverse genres. Dubbed as #FeteFromMyIsland, the virtual event will showcase Original Pilipino Music (OPM) legends and select musical artists from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. It also includes performances from French artists and other foreign acts.

#FeteFromMyIsland promises to take audiences on a nationwide musical journey while also showcasing the country’s natural beauty and rich culture. It will have a three-day pocket-stage performance scheduled from June 18 through June 20, highlighting the Philippines’ three main island groups with the following performers:

June 18 (Luzon Stage):

Pedicab, Radha, Parallel Uno, Celeste Legaspi, Maegan Aguilar, Zsaris, 10 a.m. Departure, Buwi, Kayden Umali, and Fatima Loo.

June 19 (Visayas Stage): 

Kate Torralba, Project Yazz, Vanessa Monot ft. Romain Leray, Doods, Soundslikefiona, Vanya, Dumaguete Groovin, Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas, Monique De Los Santos, Dj Vega, and Blindside

June 20 (Mindanao Stage): 

KRNA, Moro Beats, Conscious & The Goodness, Joee & I, Levi, Manic Mundane, and Quark Henares

On June 21, the local music festival will be one with the world in celebrating global music featuring French multi-awarded and chart-topping singer, composer, and actor Raphaël, and Swiss Jazz band B Connected. The two acts will perform alongside a diverse mix of Filipino musical artists from different destinations:

Metro Manila Stage: 

Barbie Almalbis, Bayang Barrios, Curtismith, Joey Ayala, Leanne & Narra, Jason Dhakal, and The Hernandez Brothers x Lustbass

Boracay Stage: 

I-Dren Artstrong, Trespeace, Sajid Perez Pelayo, and Mami Beth

El Nido Stage: 

Jako Mandala, Eric Tarre, Robin, Mike & The Wolf, Bathala Na Groove, Jams with Dona & David, Jewelmer Jazz Band, and PinoyJam Paris Artists

La Union Stage: 

Manskee, Roe Santos, and Jose x Gats Talamak

The event is co-organized by the DOT and presented by Alliance Française de Manille together with B-Side Productions and the Embassy of France to the Philippines.

The free-for-all online event will be streamed on the Facebook pages of the event organizers and partners: Fête de la Musique PHAlliance Francaise de ManilleB-Side Productions, and on the official page of Fete de la Musique in Kumu. It will also be cross-posted on the Department of Tourism's Facebook page.