Friday, April 16, 2010

Pulp Summer Slam kicks off

Pulp Summer Slam 10 — The Apocalypse kicked off its yearly launch with the Quezon City barangay captains at Fish & Co. in Trinoma. In photo are (first row, from left) captains Al Flores, Lily Serrano, Bong San Miguel, QCPD operations officer and head of Station 10 PSupt. Victor Arevalo, STAR EVP and Pulp chairman and CEO Grace Glory Go, Pulp magazine and Pulp Live Productions president Vernon Go, Josie Ang and Capt. Norman Cristobal; (second row) captains Willie Concepcion, Marcial San Pedro, Josel Clet, Efren Cudal, Paul Aquino of Events SEC and Jimmy Lim; and (third row) Amoranto Stadium administrator Andy Apostol, captain Arman Lazo, Ralph Diaz and Bonging Cadampog.

Pulp Summer Slam 10 opens the gates of Amoranto Stadium in Quezon City on April 17, 1 p.m. with more than 30 bands entertaining the crowd until 4 a.m. the following day. Celebrating 10 years of the most well-attended rock festival in Southeast Asia, Pulp Live Productions brings two top international heavy metal headliners to the Philippines: Lamb of God and Testament. The modern-day woodstock’s popularity has brought in requests from rock bands in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and Canada, that have offered to fly in on their own expense to perform at the summer slam.

The event is presented by Smart Buddy, Red Horse Beer, Tribal, Pizza Hut, Pepsi, Frenzy and Pldt Watchpad. Tickets are still available at the gate for only P300. The multi-pass includes one free slice of Pizza Hut, Pepsi, Red Horse, Frenzy, P30 Smart sim or load and P50-off the Tribal souvenir T-shirt.

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