Eraserheads Concert will push through on Saturday but it’s not free

Here’s another update from Raymund Marasigan from the mailing lists:

dear everybody

after much ado. the eraserheads concert is most definitely pushing through.

philip morris and its brands have pulled out from the concert. but another company is taking over the production. the turn over started yesterday and they have already started work on the site in the fort. so you can check.

there are good news and bad news.

unfortunately it’s no longer free. all the long winded registration procedures in the red nation site is now void.

the good news is that the age limit is now 12 years old (for safety reasons) and tickets will be sold so you don’t have to wait for confirmation and what not.

the official announcement and ticketing details will come out in major newspapers and on the radio on tuesday.

these are the only details i know for now so no need to email me. i’m just the drummer.

btw. i just got home from the last rehearsal. the band is cooking. we will see you all on the 30th.


Ticket details will become publicized on Tuesday. So, the concert won’t be free anymore. At least 12 years old and above can now go to the concert but they have to pay the price. For those who registered in the Red List, sorry about this but you cannot get the tickets from there since PMI turned over the event to another organizer.

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