Art, music, and the cool Tagaytay breeze made for an almost perfect Saturday night at Museo Orlina last May 19. Hundreds of art enthusiasts and music fans flocked to the museo to experience the third edition of Tagaytay Art Beat.
From the live murals to the specially designed Johnnie Walker bottles by this year's selected artists, Ramon Orlina's ornate glass sculptures to the exhibition of up-and-coming visual artists, exhilirating live performances to sentimental moments on and off stage, here's what our photographers captured in photos.
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"Makata pop" act Munimuni opened the show at noon under the scorching heat.
Fans, armed with power banks and umbrellas, were in the venue as early as 11 AM to make sure they got the best spots in the amphitheater.
Visual artists Jappy Agoncillo, Aral Cu, DeeJae Paeste, and Miggy Antonio made their mark on Tagaytay Art Beat 3 with live murals.
The galleries provided festival goers with endless Instagram-worthy options.
The museum encouraged guests to take photos with the artwork and even fixed up a ring light in front of a replica of one of Ramon Orlina's first comissioned works, Arcanum XIX.
Kalimbatronic artist Bea Lorenzo charmed the crowd with her soulful voice.
The UPRISING crew took their intense set from the stage right to the audience.
Oh, Flamingo! got everyone up on their 'Two Feet' for their TAB debut.
Dayaw and Djembe artist collective Andrinka Lumads made everyone get up and dance at sunset.
Johnnie Walker booths were strategically placed all over the festival grounds to make sure everyone had their fill of Red and Black Highballs.
12 Tagaytay Art Beat exhibitors teamed up with Johnnie Walker to create one-of-a-kind bottles. The collaborative bottles are currently on display at Museo Orlina, along with the rest of their exhibit.
Mayonnaise, Hale, and The Itchyworms brought their classic hits to a new generation of fans.
Singer-songwriter Clara Benin shared the stage with one of her biggest fans, aspiring musician Aly Remulla.
Ben&Ben delivered a powerful set and had their cellphone light moment with the crowd.
Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus brought their own brand of rock horror to Museo Orlina.
Tagaytay Art Beat mainstay Reese Lansangan performed with a full band in her return to the TAB stage.
Tom's Story officially closed the night with crowd favorites 'Anchor' and 'Mugatu'.
Tagaytay Art Beat is an annual arts and music festival by Museo Orlina and DocDef Productions.
Tagaytay Art Beat 3 was presented by Johnnie Walker.
Museo Orlina is open Tuesday - Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM. For more information, check out their official Facebook page.