OPM Music Fest to feature unique collaborations this March 14

The first 12-hour OPM Festival will be held at Bonifacio High Street Amphitheater this Saturday, March 14. Ballad meets rock when Christian Bautista and Basti Artadi team up for a production number.


Everywhere you go—be it within the country or around the world—you’ll find a Filipino with a microphone in hand, singing his or her heart out, wowing everyone with his or her amazing vocals. No wonder Ellen de Generes once tweeted, “Some of the best singers can be found in the Philippines.”

Our country is home to the most powerful voices covering a wide range of musical genres. We wonder: what would happen if these voices joined forces? What if a balladeer and a rock icon sang one song? What would their combined styles sound like? How about an opera singer and a folk singer, would that pairing actually work?

It all boils down to this: if we take one strong voice and combine that with another equally strong voice, the result is a powerful collaboration like no other. This is what Palakasin ang OPM: the First 12-hour OPM Festival is all about.

Get ready as the strongest voices of OPM come together to sing at the top of their lungs for one unforgettable show.


Classic meets contemporary with Lolita Carbon and Davey Langit both taking center stage. Pop meets folk with Lara Maigue and Noel Cabangon crooning to the crowd. Ballad meets rock with Ogie Alcasid and Sandwich pairing up, as well as Christian Bautista and Basti Artadi. All these and more are happening on March 14, 2015, from 12 noon to 12 midnight, at Bonifacio High Street Amphitheater. The best part? Admission is absolutely free!

Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime musical event and sing along to 12 hours of Original Pilipino Music. Powered by Bactidol, the trusted throat expert of OPM, in partnership with Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit, the country’s leading organization of professional Filipino singers.


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