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TLC Festival goes live

Catch one of the biggest food and lifestyle events of the year as TLC Festival goes live on Nov. 16 in Bonifacio High Street. Returning with its engaging food and lifestyle activities plus musical performances from beloved Filipino artists, TLC Festival is poised to deliver another sure-fire hit with fans.

TLC Festival goes live
 TLC rocks out with IV of Spades on Nov. 16 for one of the biggest food and lifestyle events of the year. 
Join the fun with guest celebrities and personalities Janet Hsieh, host of TLC’s Fun Taiwan, and Rikki-An Quiapon, esports shoutcaster, as they roam the festival grounds to enjoy the music, food, and art. 

Tune in as Angie King, car racer and businesswoman, and Pam Pastor, writer and mental health advocate, share their own stories during the festival. Don’t miss hosts from TLC and Asian Food Channel Sarah Huang BenjaminAnton AmoncioMatthias Rhoads, and May Yacoubi as they exhibit their prowess in the kitchen with exciting cooking demos.

Participate in various activities planned at this year’s Festival such as live basic culinary technique and food styling lessons at C1 park and live creative arts and crafts activities at One Bonifacio High. 

Be part of the I AM TLC campaign by defining your own labels and sharing it with the rest of the world at the I AM TLC mural.

Rock out with funk rock band IV of Spades and rock icon Rico Blanco as they round off the night at the main stage.

Admission is free so the whole family and crew can come down to Bonifacio High Street and experience the best TLC Festival yet.

Topics: TLC Festival , Janet Hsieh , Rikki-an Quiapon , Angie King , IV of Spades

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