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Gigs at K-Pub

(The Philippine Star) - March 25, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - This summer, K-Pub turns up the heat with good music and performances. Diners can enjoy Korean barbeque as some of the country’s most popular performers take the stage for a night.

It’s R&B night with South Border at the Trinoma branch on March 28 at 9 p.m. Made up of Jay Durias (keyboards, lead vocals), Janno Queyquep (guitars), Benjie “Bagets” Mendez (drums), Manuel Tabuñar (bass) and Edward Picache (saxophone), the band has been widely considered as one of the most beloved R&B groups in the country. Diners can listen to its hits such as Kahit Kailan, Rainbow and Sa’Yo, while enjoying a special entrance promo of P350 per person.

At K-Pub The Fort, it’s a cool acoustic night with Aiza Seguerra on March 28 at 10 p.m. Seguerra began her showbiz career as a contestant in the Eat, Bulaga! contest Little Miss Philippines. In 2001, she returned to the showbiz scene with her debut album Pagdating ng Panahon. She has won several awards, including the Acoustic Artist of the Year award at the 2009 Star Awards for Music. She will be performing her greatest hits including Pag Dating ng Panahon, With a Smile and Power of Two.

K-Pub is an exciting Korean barbeque dining concept, located at The Fort Strip in Bonifacio Global City, and Ayala Trinoma mall in Quezon City. The restaurant serves high-quality Korean barbeque dishes such as So Galbi, So Bulgogi, Samgyeopsal and Seafood Pajeon at reasonable prices. The restaurant also features a stage with professional sound system and lights set-up and the largest LED screen in the country for a restaurant.

Aiza Seguerra
 

 

ACOUSTIC ARTIST OF THE YEAR AIZA SEGUERRA AT K-PUB THE FORT AYALA TRINOMA BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY EDWARD PICACHE FORT STRIP JANNO QUEYQUEP JAY DURIAS K-PUB
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