Friday, January 15, 2021

MYX Mounts Fundraising Show With OPM Artists To Aid Typhoon Victims

MYX Mounts Fundraising Show With OPM Artists To Aid Typhoon Victims

Spotlight

SM Scholarship Program Receives Support From SM EDD

SM Foundation’s College Scholarship Program continues its mission to support economically challenged but deserving students by providing them access to quality education!

Save The Children Trains Teachers, Parents To Protect Children From Online Sexual Abuse

How can parents keep their children safe from online predators? Here are some simple tips:

SM Foundation Opens Scholarship Online Application For SY 2021-2022

Want to be an SM Foundation scholar? Here’s what you need to know!

Synergeia Seeks The Best Education-Focused LGUs As Pandemic Reshapes Learning

Which city / municipality excelled in providing good education to its constituents even amidst the pandemic?

MYX Philippines is gathering OPM artists for its 20th anniversary benefit show happening this Saturday (November 21) that seeks to bring relief to those who have been affected or displaced by the typhoons that recently struck the country.

In partnership with ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. (AFI), over 20 music artists including OPM icons, beloved local bands, and rising solo acts will offer their heartfelt and inspiring performances in the “#MYX20 Fundraiser” to raise donations for Filipinos in need. All proceeds of the event will go to AFI’s Sagip Kapamilya program.

Starting at 7 pm, the show will feature performances by OPM bands 6cyclemind, Callalily, Gracenote, Hilera, I Belong To The Zoo, Itchyworms, Mayonnaise, Moonstar88, Paraluman, Sponge Cola, and The Juans.

Barbie Almalbis, Bea Lorenzo, Clara Benin, Darren Espanto, Inigo Pascual, Janine Teñoso, Keiko Necesario, Leanne & Naara, Syd Hartha, and Zach Tabudlo will also lend their time for the benefit show.

Catch the #MYX20 Fundraiser show live at 7 pm this Saturday (November 21) on MYX Philippines’ Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channel. The show will also air via TFC Asia Pacific (APAC) on Sunday (November 22) at 12 nn in Hong Kong and Singapore, 1 pm in Japan, 2 pm in Guam, 3 pm in Sydney, and 5 pm in New Zealand. Through TFC Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), it will be broadcast on Sunday at 10:30 pm in Saudi Arabia, 11:30 pm in Dubai, 8:30 pm in Rome, and 7:30 pm in London, while it will air on Sunday via TFC NOLA at 1:30 pm PST.

The show can also be watched on Sunday through Myx TV US at 10 am PST and via Myx TV EMEA 1 pm CET and 4 pm in United Arab Emirates.

For more details, follow MYX Philippines on Facebook (www.fb.com/MYX.Philippines), Twitter (@MYXphilippines), and Instagram (@myxph), or visit www.myx.abs-cbn.com.

Latest News

SM Scholarship Program Receives Support From SM EDD

SM Foundation’s College Scholarship Program continues its mission to support economically challenged but deserving students by providing them access to quality education!

Save The Children Trains Teachers, Parents To Protect Children From Online Sexual Abuse

How can parents keep their children safe from online predators? Here are some simple tips:

Belmonte Says No Need To Impose Lockdown In QC

QC mayor Belmonte sees no need for lockdowns despite the first U.K variant detected in one of its residents.

Radisson Hotel Group Rises Above Challenges To Add 84 New Hotels Across Asia Pacific

Radisson Hotel Group adds 84 new hotels and resorts, covering eight of its distinct brands.

San Juan Concludes Dry Run Of Covid-19 Vaccinations

San Juan health workers earlier undergo dry run for registration, counseling, and screening in preparation for Covid-19 vaccination.

PH Covid-19 Recoveries Now 459,252

Recovery patients hop to 746 adding a total of 459,252, DOH reports Thursday.

Sinovac Vaccines Offered At ‘BFF Price’: Palace

Magkano kaya ang nakuhang discount ng Pilipinas sa pagbili ng Sinovac?

Stricter Community Quarantine Possible Due To New Covid Variant

Harry Roque said stricter quarantine measures might be imposed considering the new B.1.1.7 SARS-CoV-2 variant has entered the Philippines.

PH Signs Deal With AstraZeneca For 17M Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccine

The Philippines has signed its second wave of securing another 17 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccines!