Gloc9, 1:43 lead Coco Fest show in SM City San Pablo on Sunday
ICONIC Filipino rapper Gloc9 and award-winning boyband 1:43 will perform in a musical show celebrating the annual Coconut Festival of San Pablo City on Sunday (January 4).
Presented by socialized housing development BellaVita Land Corp., the free concert will be held at the mall atrium of SM City San Pablo. The show will start at exactly 3PM.
Gloc9 is the critically acclaimed rapper and composer behind the hit songs “Lando,” “Upuan,” “Sirena,” and “Magda” to name a few. He is currently promoting his latest album “Byahe ng Pangarap” under Universal Records.
Meanwhile, 1:43 is composed of four goodlooking and talented men Anjo Ressurreccion, Gold Aquino, Argee Golding, and Yuki Sakamoto. The foremost Original Pilipino Music (OPM) boy band is the act behind the monster hit song and 5th Star Awards for Music song of the year "Sa Isang Sulyap Mo" as well as popular songs “Ang Saya-Saya” and "Hayop Sa Ganda." 1:43 was named as the Most Promising Group at the 45th Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Award.
“We are excited to come back to SM City San Pablo and celebrate the Coco Festival with the city’s residents,” says 1:43’s spokesperson Resurreccion.
Begun in 1996, the Coconut Festival, otherwise called Coco Fest, is a week-long festival in San Pablo City to pay tribute to their benefactor Saint Paul the Hermit. It is held each first to second week of January and comprises of road moving, buoy parade, road shows, daily projects before the city party and some other critical occasions like the yearly "Mutya at Lakan ng San Pablo."
It draws in individuals close-by towns and outsiders and additionally nearby and national media. This helps the society and conventions of San Pablenos. The celebration additionally earned reference from the Association of tourism Officers of the Philippines (ATOP) and the Department of Tourism (DOT) as the best tourism Event for Festival Category City Level in 2010 to 2013 which set San Pablo City, a traveler objective.
The dynamic city is the area of one of the most recent advancements of Bellavita, as indicated by Barry Trinidad, showcasing chief of Bellavita Land Corporation.
"We are unified with San Pabloenos in commending their remarkable Coco Fest," related Trinidad.
Bellavita is a social venture extend that panders to unobtrusive pay families, permitting them to manage the cost of their own homes.
Staying valid to its mission of giving each Filipino a home as opposed to leasing or living with relatives, Bellavita presented its anticipates in Porac, Pampanga; General Trias, Cavite; Alaminos and San Pablo City in Laguna; Pililla, Rizal; Lipa City, Batangas; Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecity; Tayabas, Quezon; and Capas, Tarlac as answer to the nation's huge lodging accumulation. For as low as P2,500, one family can now hold a home they can call their own.
"With Bellavita, each Filipino might now understand their fantasy of having a house and part they can call their special," Trinidad said.