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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Upcoming: RACC!OON: A Charity Gig For Kythe Foundation

1/20/2016 7:14:45 PM
Q: Anong hayop ang mahilig sa concert?
A: Racoon!
Okay. Jokes aside, we’re now up for a fun time with a serious cause.

What am I taking about? 

Barely four months after the successful charity gig, another one will be up in a few days time and it’s called RACC!OON.

Poster from Racc/oon Productions

Organized by Mika OrdoƱez, Dan Baldonado, Mark Agbayani, Nicky Aureo, Bill Dela Torre, and Gerard del Mundo, RACC/OON is the first event made by Racc/oon Productions, an indie music outfit which sets events aiming for musical pleasure and at the same time, lending a hand on the needy by raising funds for Kythe Foundation, Inc. Thus, the proceeds coming from this event will be used for the medical expenses of a four-year old patient named Ariana Soriano.

Eight musicians will be performing, including notable acts Flying Ipis, Jensen and the Flips, Lions and Acrobats and Ang Bandang Shirley. Also, math-rock trio Tom’s Story, as well as Indigo Sweep, Odayo and M.I.C. are the must-see performers for the evening.

RACC!OON will be held on Friday, 22 January 2016, 9PM at Route 196 in Katipunan Ave. Extension, Blue Ridge A, Quezon City.

Entrance for early birds in this event will be Php200, while Php250 if you come by past 9PM.

Donations are accepted at before, during the gig itself, and after, You can also donate using your credit card via and select “RACC!OON: A Charity Gig for Kythe Foundation.”

This event is also made possible by IndieManila, BANDWAGON, and Radio Republic

Visit the event page at; and like Racc/oon Productions Faceook page at

Author: slickmaster | (c) 2016 september twenty-eight productions

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