Benefit show for Metro Manila’s last remaining forest

posted July 17, 2019 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Maris RacalSam Mangubat, and AC Bonifacio team up in One Paradise Puno ng Musika: A Tree Planting Gig, a musical event which aims to raise awareness on climate change.

Benefit show for Metro Manila’s last remaining forest
AC Bonifacio (left) and Maris Racal join Sam Mangubat and other artists in a benefit show to raise awareness on global warming and to protect La Mesa dam. 
The concert, organized by One Music in partnership with Bantay Kalikasan, will be held on July 27 (Saturday) at the La Mesa Ecopark.  It also aims to inspire the youth to protect Metro Manila’s last remaining forest--The La Mesa Watershed. 

Joining the three Kapamilya celebrities are AcelDavey Langit, HuloRJ AgustinJMKO, and Trisha Denise.

Tickets to One Paradise Puno ng Musika are now available at ktx.abs-cbn.com. Each ticketholder will get a shirt and will have one tree planted under his or her name.

One Music PH is ABS-CBN’s music portal that offers Filipinos the total music experience with audio and video streaming, music news, and exclusive digital concerts featuring the brightest Filipino talents.

It also hosts live gigs featuring Kapamilya artists while promoting care for mother nature. Last April, One Music brought One Paradise again to La Union to promote responsible beach partying and educate the youth on the perils of single-use plastics.

Be part of the One Paradise Puno ng Musika show and enjoy music for a cause at La Mesa Ecopark. 

Topics: Maris Racal ,  Sam Mangubat ,  AC Bonifacio , One Paradise Puno ng Musika: A Tree Planting Gig , One Music PH
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