Monday, January 6, 2014

WHEN: 7107 INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2014


7107 INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2014

Philippines, are you ready to rock, roll, jam, and scream? Experience two days filled with the groove and sounds of the best musicians today! Happening on Feb. 22 to 23 2014, this grand musical festival will be held at Global Gateway Logistics City located in the historic Clark Base, Pampanga City.

This is no ordinary concert! This is the 7107 International Music Festival! For Filipino fest goers and music lovers, this is definitely an event you wouldn’t want to miss!

TICKET DETAILS:
2-day General Admission: P10,000
2-day VIP Pass: P25,000

Parking Pass:
PHP 300.00 per day
PHP 600.00 for the weekend






Ticket for General Admission gives you access to all general areas for the entire weekend. On the other hand, the VIP Admission provides access to all general areas plus VIP bars, view deck lounges, and even bathrooms for the 2-day event. 

The Packages:
The place can accommodate over 20,000 concert goers across Asia so no worries! Anyone who wants to go can fit into the party!

The title “7107 IMF” stands for the number of Philippine islands. International and local bands artists, and DJs will gather to create a unique and amazing line-up of songs. It will be the first of its kind to be launched in the Philippines.

An awesome line-up of famous musical icons including Empire of the Sun, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Natives, The Galaxy Asteroid Tour and the band behind the album Stadium Arcadium—the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Other influential music icons are also expected to perform in this highly anticipated outdoor event. Filipino bands such as Up Dharma Down, Radio Active Sago Project, and Musical-O will play during the 1st leg of the concert.

For the PHASE 2 line-up:


Buy Your Tickets Now

On December 12th, a limited quantity of pre-sale passes were released. Organisers sold two-day passes for general admissions and VIP admissions sections at early-bird prices.

If you didn’t get a chance to avail of these tickets, you still have time to buy them. Just follow these instructions:

1)  7107 International Music Festival has an online sales system to make the ticketing process easier. Visit www.7107imf.com/7934-2/.

2)  From the Ticketing Page, fill out the required fields. Input the desired ticket quantity and/ or ticket type.


3)  Press checkout and wait for the ticket order to be processed.


4)  When you finally get redirected to the Flavorus page, create an account. If you already have one, make sure you sign into your 7107/ Flavorus Account before you bought the ticket. Link your Facebook account or click “Create an Account.” Run through all the steps. You’ll get redirected back to the checkout page once you’ve signed in.


5)  Follow the prompts on the checkout page to complete your buying information.

 
6)  Click “Process My Order.”

7)  This time, you should see confirmation of your order, one that includes an order number, when you’re redirected to the Thank You Page.

8)  Check your email to see if you’ve received the confirmation link.

9)  After all these, you’ll finally—at long last—receive the E-ticket confirmation.

10) You could print or review your order details at this time or at a later date, it’s up to you. Just don’t forget to bring that along to the concert, or you and the rest of the gang—if you’re in charge of printing the tickets for everyone—are toast!


P.S. Don’t forget that PHP 500.00 will be added to the amount of your ticket purchase when you choose the shipping option (shipping fee for Philippine buyers only). If that’s all right, rock on! If not, then just pick up the ticket from any of the ticket outlets near you—after that, rock on!






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Mark is a social media enthusiast and a writer for MoneyMax, the Philippines most comprehensive online platform for comparing financial- and telecom products and -services. MoneyMax aims to consistently find the best broadband plans, credit cards, loans, and other services and products that suit your needs.





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