The Toma Music Festival is coming to Cebu

The Toma Music Festival is coming to Cebu. (Contributed photo)
The Toma Music Festival is coming to Cebu. (Contributed photo)

COINCHELLA Events and MAS Music Group are thrilled to announce the launch of the first-ever Toma Festival at the University of Southern Philippines Gym on April 15, 2023 featuring grassroots talents from Cebu and the Visayas region.

Toma Fest will be headlined by homegrown music stars including “Chinita Girl” star Lil Vinceyy, Kyle Zagado, Crank$, RKTEQ, Furio, Southvibes and J2X. They will be joined by $ho, N Ca$ino, Middas, Jeper, Rvss, Tituz, Bruhder$, Southvibes, Yung Krey,, Dirty Writers, Anton Dollaz, Denis M, Kulot, Delinquentes, Jabez, Alexia Hydra, AceKing Suited, Mariel Gerarman, Jan Eric, Kael x Krisyel, Angelo Rudy and DJ Reuel. The WSB street dance community, battle MCs, and aspiring models round up the rest of the talent.

This innovative event has three key objectives—build a growing music and dance community full of creators, songwriters, choreographers, and producers; showcase their unique talent and sound to a global audience; and generate financial support from LGUs, brands and web3 businesses through collaboration and event activation.

Toma Fest is the brainchild of Filipino-Australian hip-hop impresario Marco Andre Selorio (aka MÁS). He has previously toured Grammy Award-winning music icons Blackstreet and All-4-One, worked with Chris Brown, Rihanna, Matt Steffanina and Paris Goebel, and produced hundreds of exclusive events, concerts, and workshops since 1999.

“Toma Fest is about giving everything a shot, owning the stage, and delivering your best. We recognize the Visayas region as an emerging creative talent hub in Asia. These young stars are going to rise like cream through our Toma Fest springboard,” said Selorio.

“We can foresee Toma Fest as a future pathway for international music and dance exchange between Cebu and major cities worldwide. We are inviting music fans, students, brands, LGU’s, and sponsors to witness these local talents from your own backyard. Come and pledge your support, and your support can come in so many ways,” added Selorio.

The Toma Fest program will include live music entertainment as well as the WSB Asia street dance competition, song-writing sessions, dance workshops, MC rap battles, guest DJs, panel talks, vendor stalls, and web3 activations.

Tickets have been on sale since February 3, 2023. Seats are limited, so don’t miss out. For more information, visit (SPONSORED CONTENT)


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