Have Fête de la Musique in the palm of your hand with the Fête PH app

Have Fête de la Musique in the palm of your hand with the Fête PH app

Keep track of where to go on the 24th edition of the annual Fête de la Musique with the official Fête PH mobile app by Bizooku .

The new Fête PH app is your guide around the upcoming festivities hosted by the Embassy of France, Alliance Francaise de Manille, and B-Side Productions Inc. Following the cancelation of last year's main stages, Fête returns this time around with four main stages that open on June 23 (Sat) in Greenbelt and A-Venue, June 29 (Fri) in Intramuros, and June 30 (Sat) in Baguio and Pagsanjan in Laguna, along with 35 pocket stages scattered across Makati City. It might get a little confusing to figure out which stages your favorite bands are hitting, but with Fête PH at the touch of your fingertips, it's easy to plan ahead and figure your way around the metro.

The official mobile app is packed with information about the festival, news, maps, food and drink options in the area, a special registration page where you can win prizes, and even a page that leads to learning French at Alliance Francaise de Manille.



With two dates and three venues on the Main Stages section of the app, Fête-goers will find the set times of the artists performing at Greenbelt and A-Venue on June 23 and at Puerta Real Gardens in Intramuros, where European electro-scene favorites Lady's Symphony will perform on June 29.

There's also a directions tab to help fans find a way to these venues via Google Maps.


This year's Fête de la Musique will be mounting 35 pocket stages featuring multiple genres across different bars, restaurants, artistic spaces and cultural hubs in Makati on June 23. As of press time, the Fête PH app has only released 18 of these pocket stages and will be updated soon with their featured lineups and set times of each stage.


Get into the spirit of Fête de la Musique and learn the beautiful French language. The Learn French section of the app is there to share details about the possible French course you can take at Alliance Francaise de Manille.


While the news page is still rather bare, we'll most likely see more here when we're closer to the festival.


Just like in the Main Stages page, you can find your way to these live music venues with the Map section of the app. It currently has pins for all the venues logged into the Main Stages and Pocket Stages of this year's Fête de la Musique.


With all the music you'll be absorbing at the coming festivities, it's important to remember to keep your belly full and your throat hydrated. The Food & Drinks section of the app will guide you to the nearest and most accessible restaurants surrounding the Main and Pocket Stages.

The Fête PH mobile app is available for free download at the Apple Store and Google Play.