Love and music recently returned to SM City Bicutan with Heart Beats 3.0, the biggest Valentine concert in the South metro.
Now on its third year, Heart Beats 3.0 is SM City Bicutan’s highly anticipated outdoor concert event that brings the best of OPM closer to mallgoers in the South. And for this year, Moira Dela Torre, Callalily, and December Avenue top billed the annual music festival.
On the Heart Beats 3.0 live playlist were December Avenue’s alternative rock and power ballads. These ranged from their early singles in 2010 to their current hits including “Kung ‘Di Rin Lang Ikaw” where a lucky audience member joined lead singer Zel Bautista onstage to perform the song.
The crowd also cheered for Callalily and vocalist Kean Cipriano who made hearts beat faster through rock n’ roll, their trademark tracks and a stellar firework display that lit up the stage.
Last but not the least, singer/songwriter Moira Dela Torre shared her love story through songs of heartbreak and hope. Making it more special for the audience, the concert ended on a perfect note as the newlywed couple—Moira and Jason Marvin Hernandez sang a duet of one of her best hits, “Tagpuan”.
Setting the mood for the perfect date for couples, night out with friends, and bonding with the family—were a 360-selfie photo booth, a special food corner and ball pit while enjoying the most requested love songs just in time for the most romantic month of the year.
The event was held in partnership with SKY Cable, Sun Cellular, Jollibee, Pancake House, Dairy Queen, Dunkin’ Donuts, Chowking, Pizza Hut, Hukad, Gerry’s Grill and Max’s Restaurant.
Heart Beats 3.0 is one of the many exciting events at SM City Bicutan.
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