Concert / Entertainment / Festival / music

Red Hot Chili Peppers headlines 7107 music fest


Red Hot Chili Peppers

Legendary band Red Hot Chili Peppers headlines the 7107 International Music Festival, a two-day concert destination hosting the world’s most beloved and influential musical acts.

Top bands Empire of the Sun,  Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Galaxy Asteroid Tour, and Natives are among the live acts to join the festivities.

The highly anticipated outdoor event will present an unparalleled global gathering through music with a takeover at the historic Clark Base outside of Manila Feb. 22 -23, and is slated to attract more than 20,000 concertgoers across Asia.

The first music festival of its kind to launch in the Philippines, 7107 IMF (which stands for the number of Philippine archipelagos) will bridge international and local artists, bands and DJs to create a unique lineup of talent in different avenues of music. This year’s lineup also features Up Dharma Down, Yolanda Moon, Pulso, and Radioactive Sago Project to name a few.

Up Dharma Down

In collaboration with the program announcement, a limited quantity of pre-sale passes have also been released for purchase on the festival’s official website (http://www.7107imf.com) starting Thursday, Dec 12th. Fans will be able to reserve two-day general admission or VIP admission passes before sales are open to the general public.

Other highlights of the two-day event will also include art installations, food and liquor vendors and complimentary shuttle service with participating local hotels. Additionally, 7107 IMF will donate a portion of the sales to help rebuild, rehabilitate and fund relief projects for victims affected by Typhoon Yolanda.

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