The out-of-town music and art festival happening on February 8, 2020 (Saturday) at Museo Orlina Grounds, Tagaytay City, announced their lineup for this year’s edition.
Top singer-songwriters Reese Lansangan and Clara Benin are co-headlining the fourth installment of the highly anticipated destination festival along with indie rock favorites Ang Bandang Shirley, funk/rock/pop band Lola Amour and Russian music producer BAHR.
Other music acts in the phase one lineup include Flu, Rusty Machines, Banna Harbera, Coeli, UBE, Wicked Adobo and Indayo.
Curated and presented by Museo Orlina, the roster for the arts programming includes Jappy Agoncillo, Angelica Alvarez, Jill Arteche, Nina Bantoto, Miel Cabañes, Lee Caces, Mykie Concepcion, Ginger De Guia, Claudine Delfin, Katarina Estrada, Matti Kawpeng, Michael Lorenzana, Ana Luciano, Dia Magculang, Luis Pastoriza, Bea Policarpio, Bianca Ruiz, Nathaniel San Pedro, Razel Mari Sta Rita, and Christopher Yap.
Joining the roster of wave 2 lineup are critically acclaimed music acts from various genres: dance-rock outfit Autotelic, indie R&B/pop duo Ysanygo, indie-rock quintet Any Name’s Okay, renowned hip-hop collective Bawal Clan, funk/blues/soul ensemble Basically Saturday Night, neo-soul band Danidea, and electronic duo DJ Joey Santos and Lux Leigh.
They will be joining the wave 1 lineup which includes top singer-songwriters Reese Lansangan and Clara Benin, along with indie rock favorites Ang Bandang Shirley, funk/rock/pop band Lola Amour, Russian music producer BAHR, funk newcomers Flu, noise-pop quartet Rusty Machines, nu-soul outfit Banna Harbera, acclaimed folk artist Coeli, blues rock band UBE, electronid DJ Wicked Adobo and indie folk collective Indayo.
Aside from the curated music performances, the roster for the arts programming includes some of the finest young artists from different parts of the Philippines: Jappy Agoncillo, Angelica Alvarez, Jill Arteche, Nina Bantoto, Miel Cabañes, Lee Caces, Mykie Concepcion, Ginger De Guia, Claudine Delfin, Katarina Estrada, Matti Kawpeng, Michael Lorenzana, Ana Luciano, Dia Magculang, Luis Pastoriza, Bea Policarpio, Bianca Ruiz, Nathaniel San Pedro, Razel Mari Sta Rita, and Christopher Yap.
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With a unique music and arts program that advocates for sustainable tourism and environmental awareness, Tagaytay Art Beat also promises to break the mold with an exciting lineup of performances, art exhibitions, DJ sets, live murals, local markets and more.
“Aside from the carefully curated showcase of musicians and art exhibitors, Tagaytay Art Beat 4 promises to step up its game with immersive experiences and installations, live murals, arts and music workshops, film viewing, open jam space, DJ sets, and more,” Docdef Productions’ JB Balaquit shares. “We want to champion the festival-going experience of our patrons, and transform the Holiday capital of the South into an art and music haven that they look forward to visiting every February of the year.”
Tagaytay Art Beat co-founder Ning Orlina is also excited to implement eco-friendly strategies and community-building efforts for the upcoming festival early next year. “For the past 4 years, Tagaytay Art Beat has provided a unique space for homegrown talents such as musicians and visual artists to inspire the Filipino youth to hone their own creative potential and explore boundary-pushing ideas to help our audience understand the diversity and depth of our contemporary indie and pop culture,” Orlina points out. “This year, we also highlight the importance of supporting local by partnering with Filipino entrepreneurs and organizations that advocate for sustainable tourism and awareness.”