Musician Wowee Posadas established this live music venue in 2003. Over the years, it has gained a reputation for having exceptional light and sound quality. Their line-up spotlights talented Filipino acts, but on occasion has hosted international acts.
What sets 19 East apart from other gig venues around the Metro is its location and capacity. The venue rests on a hill giving gig-goers a breath-taking view of the city overlooking Laguna Bay. Gigs are held inside the music hall, but if you wish to experience the view, you should grab a seat at the garden bar.
This all-ages gig venue can hold up to 200 people inside their Music Hall and 350 people in their garden area.
Watch Maude’s Habol music video launch at 19 East to see how amazing the sound quality is:
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19 East serves appetizers and alcoholic drinks. Crispy Pata, Sisig and Kilawin Tanigue are just some of the best selling dishes in their menu. As for their alcoholic selection, beer remains their best seller. Appetizers range from P100 to P400 while alcoholic beverages start at P100.
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