Project Liwanag PH and Liga Artist Group invite you to Sulo: A Benefit Music and Arts Festival for the Aetas of Capas, Tarlac. Help us achieve our dreams of giving light to our indigenous brothers and sisters while listening to and appreciating some of the best art our local scene has to offer. In partnership with Tala: Mental Wellness, this event also aims to help create a community wherein the conversation on mental health will be rooted in a culture of empathy, a philosophy of interconnectedness, and a reminder that human dignity is fundamental in it.
Meaning torch or light in the native Aeta tongue, “Sulo” is a music fest that seeks to raise funds for the solar electrification of Sitio Taliktik, an Aeta village housing almost 200 individuals. We hope to be able to give them access to clean and renewable energy through the installation of a communal solar PV system by September of this year. We hope to be able to work with you all to help us empower the indigenous.
Head over to FRANK & DEAN and Ocean’s Telephone Company on July 28, 2018 from 2 pm onwards to join our community and share in the light, music, and art that we have to offer.
“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.” – Roy T. Bennett
Check out our event page at tinyurl.com/SuloMusicFest
Ticket reservations available at tinyurl.com/SuloTickets
Sulo: A Benefit Music and Arts Festival
FRANK & DEAN | Ocean’s Telephone Company
July 28, 2018 | 2 PM onwards
With performances by:
Ang Bagong Luto Ni Enriquez
Our Inflatable Friends
Acoustic Sets by:
Spoken Word and Poetry by:
Photography and Art Exhibits by:
Jose Antonio Reyes
Luis Antonio Pastoriza
DJ Sets by:
This event is made in collaboration with:
Tala: Mental Wellness
The UP Music Circle
DLC Music Channel
San Miguel Corporation
Official Media Sponsors:
Project Liwanag PH is a non-profit organization devoted to empowering and improving the quality of living for indigenous peoples in the Philippines through sustainable projects and transformational grassroots partnerships. “Sulo” will be the latest installment in the organization’s efforts to raise funds and awareness for their advocacy. For more information reach them through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them on facebook.com/projectliwanagPH.
Liga Artist Group is a talent and events management group with a mission to promote Filipino culture through art. To find out more information, visit them on https://www.facebook.com/LigaArtistGroup/.
Tala: Mental Wellness is a non-government organization which seeks to promote mental wellness for all by collaborating with different sectors in society to craft holistic lay support programs. To find out more information, visit them on https://www.facebook.com/tala.mental.wellness/.