In October, you can enjoy free concerts at Metro Park’s Blue Bay Walk and Met Live
October 6, 2022
Metro Park’s Blue Bay Walk and Met Live will host free concerts this October, providing a space for families and friends to enjoy music and entertainment.
Titled “Concert at the Spine,” rising music artist Paul Pablo will hold special performances for guests of all ages at the Blue Bay Walk on October 1, Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Pablo, a Davao City-based singer-songwriter, is the artist behind the hit songs “Bangin,” “Bai,” and “Kalawakan,” all produced by Warner Music Philippines (WMP). He describes his sound as “Hugot-Tronic,” which is a combination of hugot lyrics and electro-pop sound. Issues on love, identity, and social tension are among the key themes of his music.
“Blue Bay Walk is a place where everyone, regardless of age and gender, can have a great time. Now, with these free concerts, we hope to reignite the excitement that live events give us, offering a time to bond with family and friends as we start living in a post-pandemic world, slowly, safely, and surely.”
Said Federal Land Commercial Development Head Mylene del Rosario.
Another concert dubbed, “Serenade at the Atrium” featuring Quartet Manila, will also take place on the first floor of Met Live on October 2, Sunday at 5:00 p.m.
Quartet Manila started at the University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music. The group performs a full selection of music ranging from the standards of classical wedding songs to arrangements of OPM, pop, standards, jazz, Broadway, and movie themes, among others.
The members are part of the biggest and most reputable orchestras in the country namely Manila Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, and Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra.
Metro Park, is Federal Land’s 36-hectare master-planned community at Pasay City’s Manila Bay Area.
It offers resort-style residential condominiums, delectable dining options, chic retail hubs, exciting weekend events, and a convenient office environment against the backdrop of the Manila Bay sunset.