Whether you’re a true blue Manileño, someone who just moved here, or are just visiting, you’ve probably already noticed that there is never a lack of things to do in Manila. This is Coconuts Manila’s guide to everything you need to check out over the weekend. Peruse it, take note of everything that interests you, and don’t forget to let us know all about it.
Go to a club and dance to a Grammy Award-winning DJ
Date: April 13, Friday
Venue: Cove Manila, Okada Manila, New Seaside dr., Entertainment City, Parañaque City
Grammy Award-winning DJ and music producer Zedd will be back in Manila this Friday. Fans probably already have tickets but take note that the venue has been changed. Karpos Multimedia announced last month that instead of the Smart Araneta Coliseum, the event will be held in Okada Manila’s Cove Manila club.
Organizers assured that those who bought tickets for the Araneta show will be prioritized for the Cove Manila tickets.
For more information, visit the Cove Manila Facebook page.
Not into clubs? Enjoy music in this concert instead
Date: April 14, Saturday
Venue: Mall of Asia Arena, J.W. Diokno blvd., Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
If clubs aren’t your scene, maybe rock concerts are? Irish pop-rock band The Script will be in Manila again this Saturday so you can look forward to singing along to radio favorites The Man Who Can’t Be Moved and Breakeven.
The concert will be held at the Mall of Asia Arena. Ticket prices start at PHP1,060 (US$20.41) while the most expensive ticket is priced at PHP12,720 (US$244.90). Get yours at SM Tickets.
The Script will also have concerts in Coconuts cities Singapore and Hong Kong. Find concert dates here.
Learn to live sustainably in this zero-waste fair
Date: April 14 – 15 (Saturday – Sunday)
Venue: HUB: Make Lab, 413 Escolta st., First United Building, Manila
Think green living is impossible in Manila? The upcoming ECOlta Fair, to be held in Escolta’s HUB: Make Lab, is here to change your mind. It’s a 2-day event that will have talks, discussions, zero-waste workshops, and eco markets focused on living sustainably in the city.
In keeping with the event’s advocacy, merchants won’t be using single-use plastics and paper, so make sure to bring your own reusable tumblers and containers.
For more information, visit the HUB: Make Lab Facebook page.