Must Watch : Drum Tao in Manila this July 2012!

In between travels and food trips, Paul and I also like enriching our cultural selves by either watching a play, visiting a museum or watching a good show. We make it a point that in every country we visit, we don't just spend the entire stay eating and shopping. After all, traveling should always be a learning experience.

In Bangkok, it was really a good choice to spend an evening watching the Siam Niramit Cultural Show. I will never forget how amazing the production was for this much-talked-about show. I won't mention what happened as I don't want to spoil it for you. Recently, in Seoul, Paul and I joined our friends in watching the world-renowned Cooking Nanta Show. The ticket may have costs us a small fortune but believe me, it was worth it. I would watch it again if I get the chance to.

We're pretty lucky to be able to catch some good shows here in Manila too. Of course there are a couple of musical plays that I truly enjoyed and who can ever forget our Varekai experience last year?

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This July, a world-class Japanese martial arts and drum-playing performance called DRUM TAO is coming to Manila. The show has been touring the world and finally it's ready to enchant the Manila audience with its eclectic mix of dance and martial arts moves as the performers beat the 400kg heavy Wadaiko Drums.

The two-hour extravaganza features super human efforts by the 16-strong highly disciplined crew of Japanese Taiko drummers,who spend eight months of the year touring the world, giving it their all in the 500 shows they perform every year.

Reading up on DRUM TAO, I am really excited to watch the show although I have no idea what to expect!

Drum Tao Resorts World Manila
DRUM TAO will be at the Newport Performing Arts Theater at the Resorts World Manila from July 12 to 22, 2012. There will only be a total of 10 shows to be staged here in Manila.

Now is really a good time to buy your ticket as there is an early bird promo until June 8, 2012 where you can get a 15% discount for all ticket purchases. 

Tickets are now on sale at the following outlets:
Selected major National Book Store branches in Metro Manila
Selected major Robinsons Department Stores in Metro Manila & in major Cities
Ayala Malls - Greenbelt 1 and Trinoma Cinema Box Office
Resort World Manila Box Office
TicketWorld Head Office – Ayala Avenue
TicketWorld web site

If this is not enough to excite or convince you, I'd like to invite you to watch the video below:

Show dates: 
July 12, 2012 (Thursday) at 8pm
July 13, 2012 (Friday) at 8pm
July 14, 2012 (Saturday) at 3pm and 8pm
July 15, 2012 (Sunday) at 4pm
July 19, 2012 (Thursday) at 8pm
July 20, 2012 (Friday) at 8pm
July 21, 2012 (Saturday) at 3pm and 8pm
July 22, 2012 (Sunday) at 4pm

Ticket Prices: 
VIP: Php. 4,500
Premiere Center: Php. 4,000
Premiere Side: Php. 3,000
Deluxe Left & Right / Balcony Center: Php. 2,500
Balcony Side / last 4 rows Balcony Center: Php. 1,500
Upper Balcony (last row) : Php. 1,000
*plus Ticketworld service fee

For more information: visit the DRUM TAO website.

I'll see you all there! :) Can't wait for DRUM TAO in Manila!

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