Concert or exam

Here we go again. Ganda talaga ng timing ng prof namin oh, exam sa Thursday eh may concert na pupuntahan. Buti na lang ako last Thursday nakasurvive na ko dyan, bale nag exam ako tapos takbo agad sa concert ni Demi Lovato pero ang hirap super haggard at madaling madali kami papunta sa moa arena. Pero eto nga yung friend ko pupunta sa concert ni Katy Perry sa Ph Arena, mangiyak iyak siya kasi may exam kami sa math same day. Yung class pa naman namin 4pm to 6pm tapos siya susunduin ng service papunta sa Ph Arena 2pm oh di ba kay hirap ng desisyon hahahaha
Pero ano ba dapat piliin? Concert or Exam?


Julie Anne San Jose: Hologram The Concert [Unofficial] Plug Vid

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it’s overwhelming to see people getting pumped up and excited to worship the Lord on a Friday! Ang daming tao and maraming youth na umattend. I’m mega stoked to have attended my first concert in 2015😁  (hoping this isnt the last) Blessing talaga yung mabigyan ng free VIP tix! may downside nga lang pag nasa harapan-grabe yung “BOOM” ang lakas! lol.

ang fun ngung start kasi nagbigay ng freebies-and perks ng malapit sa stage, dad snatched a No Other Name CD💿 :) cool! tapos, may kareoke contest thingy na nangyari. astig nga ng contestants eh, I mean pinoy rin sila. yung winner eh may chance pang maki jam nung mga bandang huling part ng concert. epic! hahaha! I believe, “Moises” yung name ng winner. :) ang energetic ni kuya!

since No Other Name tour, they mostly performed songs from the album. My personal fave is Broken Vessels. Im in love w their version of Amazing Grace-hands down. Plus, we literally danced and grooved the night away with fast tracks including, Cornerstone, Running, One Way, and Relentless!👌haha.  Super asttiig! :)👊 everyone was just lifting up their hands in worship! 🙌 we are beyond blessed to have the freedom to worship our God!

Watch on

Julie Anne invites you to watch her upcoming concert, HOLOGRAM at the MoA Arena.

JULIE ANNE SAN JOSE: HOLOGRAM Dec. 13, 2014 │ 8:00pm │ SM MoA Arena

i’m hoping there’s something better than this kasi major event for her career ang HOLOGRAM. she deserves it.


You never know when opportunity comes knocking. Yesterday happened to be a huge day for local basketball: two crucial PBA Governors’ Cup games were slated for the Araneta Coliseum and an All-Star exhibition between Philippine and American legends was set for the Mall of Asia Arena. Well dance a jig and call me lucky! I was given a court side seat beside some of the 90s greats of the NBA (I was practically on their bench!), as coached by the The Big O, Oscar Robertson: Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Mitch Richmond, Horace Grant (who of course had his goggles on), Cliff Robinson, and Jason “White Chocolate” Williams, to name a few. They went up against some of our own 90s basketball stars: Jojo Lastimosa, Bal David, Noli Locsin, Marlou Aquino, Vince Hizon and a string of others, headed by playing coach Jerry Codinera. After an interminable introduction ceremony (where it seemed they told the life story of every single player before calling his name), play began and the considerable crowd at the Arena was treated to a slow-mo (remember, they are LEGENDS), all-in-good-fun kind of game where the players did their best to entertain the audience. There was good-humored laughter at the not-so-occasional air ball or off-the-foot dribble, but more oohs and ahhs at the Pip’s dunks, White Chocolate’s fancy ball handling, The Worm’s repeated attempts at long jumpers, and pretty much anyone who put up a trey. And though we lost 112-93, our guys put up a good show, too: Kenneth Duremdes matched Williams’ 28 points (though with a lot less ornamentation) and Nelson Asaytono drew grins even from the American players when he shot a free throw with his body facing the opposite basket. Before regulation ended, the US All-Stars threw out a few signed balls into the crowd, and there was this one lucky kid who got to be their water boy for the night. But the highlight of my evening was getting to interview Pippen, Rodman, and Robinson. They were stiff about photos and autographs (there were more than a few fans whose hopes of getting jerseys or memorabilia signed were shattered) but I managed to nab a couple shots before the game and while on-cam. All in all, a worthwhile experience from where I sat, and the packed Arena seemed to have enjoyed themselves as well. Though Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. probably had the best deal of all: court side seat AND he got to go into their locker room (iba pag bahay mo yung venue, e! LOL). Catch the official broadcast on Monday, 8PM on AKTV (IBC 13).



February 25, 2015 = MOA Arena, Manila Philippines