Genesis Entertainment and Management Inc. opens the final quarter of the year with a special concert for the benefit of Marawi titled Jam For Joy: Songs Of Peace And Love For Marawi at Upper House, The Brewery at The Palace, in Bonifacio Global City on November 10 at 9:30 p.m. (That’s TONIGHT!)
Jam For Joy assembles a powerhouse line-up of artists, which include Abby Asistio, Acel van Ommen, Dessa, Janice Javier, Jeanne Velasco-Vicars, Katrina Velarde, Kiana Valenciano, Over October, and RJ Dela Fuente, among many other surprise guest stars.
“When Rico Blanco called me to say November 10 in Upper House opened up, I wanted a cause-oriented event,” says Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano. “Initially I thought about a fun gig with some relatives. But eventually we decided to mount an event that aims to honor and help the plight of our brothers and sisters in Marawi and Jam For Joy was born.”
Fans and music lovers alike can look forward to an amazing evening of awesome music from the diverse line-up of artists featured in Jam For Joy – from the chart-topping song of pop sensation and it-girl Kiana Valenciano which include her smash hits “Does She Know” and “Misfits,” to the certified OPM gems of Abby Asistio and Acel van Ommen such as “Beautiful” and “Pambihirang Pakakataon” respectively, to powerful cover ballads as rendered by Dessa and Katrina Velarde, to R&B anthems by Janice Javier and RJ Dela Fuente, to inspirational tunes by Jeanne Velasco-Vicars, to the pop-alterative originals of Over October.
Proceeds of Jam For Joy will be coursed through Shining Light Foundation and Operation Blessing.
Jam For Joy is supported by Frontrow, BYS Cosmetics Philippines, Nature’s Way, and Novuhair. For table reservations call 09178139429. For more information follow @manila_genesis on Twitter and @manilagenesis on Instagram, and like Manila Genesis Entertainment and Management Inc. on Facebook.
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