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A festival of colors and music

A festival of colors and musicBright Bulb Productions’ John Pratts, Sam Milby, Angelica Panganiban, Isabel Oli, and Camille Pratts are up for something fun, colorful, and entertaining.

At a recent media launch held at Novotel in Cubao, Quezon City, the group unveiled the masterplan for Hueniverse, a grand music festival that the proponents aim to be a national festival, which will travel around the country while training the spotlight on local music and artists.

A festival of colors and music
Hueniverse Music Festival producers Isabel Oli, Camille Pratts, Sam Milby, Angelica Panganiban, and John Pratts. 
“Hueniverse is ready to take you on an exploration through the cosmos. It is a music festival that will take you far from the wonders and realities of your mind on a starry night through music, arts, and dance,” said John Pratts who added that part of their plan is to stage the music fest annually.

Happening on Sept. 28, the whole-day spectacle will be staged at Filinvest City Events Grounds with homegrown and international artists to take attendees to “the cosmos.”

“This occasion unites a diversity of genres and artists. There will be performances from startup bands to stage veterans,” John added.

A festival of colors and music
Mark Oblea
Chiquerella and Written in the Stars will breeze through the cosmic journey following rising artists of their generation like Claudia Barretto and Mark Oblea. Indie bands, such as Bita and the Botflies, The Ransom Collective, Agsunta, and Autotelic will make you sway with their music.

A festival of colors and music
Claudia Barretto
Bringing over their Dalagang Pilipina trend on a starry night is Almo$t. Sponge Cola will keep your night rocking with their classic hits. Moving to high-class local DJs are Katsy Lee, Tom Taus, Jennifer Lee, and Ron Poe.

And for the headliner is award-winning international DJ known for his hit single “Tsunami,” DVBBS—BORGEOUS.

Despite being a new player in the production industry, the growth of Bright Bulb Productions as a company has been overwhelming. The team has a strong reach within local influencers and celebrity circles. 

A festival of colors and music
DJ Tom Taus
From two years of operations, the company continues to expect an influx of clientele that will create a foundation of working partnerships. To strengthen their position in the industry, the company is banking on Hueniverse Music Festival as its first and biggest production.

The proponents came together to produce an out of this world music festival, hence the lineup. It was anything but a smooth ride for these five friends as they have their own lives going, yet with commitment and perseverance.

Hueniverse Music Festival will not only benefit the attendees and the producers but parts of the proceeds will also benefit the Hueniverse Foundation. This foundation aims to give comfort and shelter to the abandoned, neglected, and homeless elderly. 

“The willingness to serve the needs and interests of the elderly community is what keeps Bright Bulb Productions grounded and socially responsible,” John shared.

This event is made possible by Sun Cellular as presenter. Gates open at 1:00 p.m. on Sept. 28. For other information follow Hueniverse on Facebook and Instagram. Buy your tickets atwww.smtickets.com.

Topics: Bright Bulb Productions ,  John Pratts , Sam Milby , Angelica Panganiban , Isabel Oli ,  Camille Pratts , Hueniverse Music Festival
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