Video courtesy of Emmanuel Munda | D1 Productions Thumbnail photo by Sthanlee Mirador *Flashback Friday: September 1, 7 PM - A Nostalgic Musical Journey* The festival kicked off on Friday, September 1, at 7 PM with "Flashback Friday," a musical journey through the iconic sounds of the 90s. - The Mellow Dees, DJ Icy Ice: Icy Ice; INTRoVOYS and singer Jocelyn Enriquez. Jocelyn Enriquez has been widely regarded as a music pioneer, becoming the first Filipino American artist to find success in the mainstream industry.
Video courtesy of Emmanuel Munda | D1 Productions Thumbnail photo by Sthanlee Mirador FilAm Arts, in partnership with the Levitt Pavilion, proudly presents the 29th Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC) on Labor Day Weekend, September 1 and 2. The two-day event showcased a dynamic blend of artistic performances, engaging activities, and a diverse marketplace, all highlighting the rich tapestry of the Filipino-American experience. This year’s theme was “Para Sa Lahat” (For Everyone). *Spectacular Saturday: September 2, 6 PM - A Cultural Extravaganza* Saturday, September 2, commenced at 6 PM with a cultural showcase that delves into the heart of Filipino artistry and tradition. ge. - Malaya Dance Company: Experience the grace and storytelling of Filipino dance through captivating choreography and vibrant costumes. - Rondalla Club of LA: Be enchanted by the melodic sounds of a Filipino string ensemble, a tribute to the Philippines' musical heritage. - Gingee: As the headliner of the night, Gingee brings a fusion of electronic beats and indigenous Filipino instruments, promising an unforgettable musical journey.