Mayonnaise’s First Major Concert at Music Museum

For ABS-CBN’s music portal One Music PH, connecting the multi-talented Filipino artists and their fans in the digital world is serious business. One Music’s concert series kicked off in June 2016 with Yeng Constantino, who celebrated her tenth anniversary in the music industry and performed her greatest hits on the One Music stage.

Since then, KZ Tandingan, Janella Salvador, Inigo Pascual, Darren Espanto, Ylona Garcia, The Dawn, and the quartet of Loisa Andalio, Maris Racal, Sue Ramirez, and Kristel Fulgar have followed suit, each coming out with a different set, theme, and special guests.

Opening this year’s run is OPM great band, Mayonnaise.  Fifteen years and counting, Mayonnaise remains on top of the game. The five-piece alternative rock outfit has released seven studio albums and three EPs, performed in arenas and major music festivals, and topped the charts with smash singles “Jopay,” “Bakit Part 2,” “Paraan,” “Tayo Na Lang Dalawa,” and “Kathryn” conquering the airwaves.  

What makes this concert, bigger is it will be co-presented by Gabi Na Naman Productions — the production outfit behind some of the most memorable local concerts for the last 3 years, from Johnoy Danao, Ebe Dancel and Bullet Dumas’ IISA concert at the Kia Theatre to the collaborative show of Aia de Leon, Barbie Almalbis and Kitchie Nadal entitled Secrets.

The band is set to stage Akalain Mo ‘Yun: Mayonnaise Live at the Music Museum on June 29, 2019. Their first major concert will feature exciting collaborations with some of the biggest names in Pinoy rock, as well as special numbers backed by The Manila String Machine.

Fresh off their recently released album, Gusto Ko Lang Kasama Ka Palagi Pero Hindi Pwede and a nationwide tour, the pop-rock icons will culminate their 17th anniversary in the industry with a headliner concert filled with Greatest Hits, rarities and surprises.

Tickets to Akalain Mo ‘Yun: Mayonnaise Live at the Music Museum are now available via bit.ly/AkalainMoYun2019, or 0945 791 8660. You may contact Music Museum at 721 6726.

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