Most awaited Awit Awards 2022 Nominee Fest is happening in Venice Grand Canal

McKinley Hill

September 23, 2022

Electrifying performances from a jam-packed lineup of top-rated OPM artists will ignite the stage at Venice Grand Canal for the much-awaited Awit Awards 2022 Nominee Fest! Presented by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI) and curated by MYX Global, this event is happening this Sept.23, 5PM at Venice Piazza, Mckinley Hill. Awit Awards 2022 is set to honor the biggest and hottest names in the Philippine music industry. 

Leading the star-studded roster of performers is Morissette, who was introduced as a Homegrown Diva who gives out her best in every performance and is now well-known for her full vocal range and stability that allows her to set the stage on fire.

Also performing is another soloist who made the headlines with his soulful voice, Ace Banzuelo, a self-established singer-songwriter who sought to show the public what he can produce and offer to his fans.

The 5-member band Nameless Kids is also making its debut, eager to show music fans its promising potential as a breakthrough group through their different sets of skills that will ignite the stage. Following its awesome performance is Kanisha, who will take the spotlight with her latest single “Days”. 

Joining the performances is BGYO, who made their debut in 2021 and was acclaimed to be the aces of Pinoy pop or P-pop that made the headlines by way of producing different styles of music that focus on social issues, empowerment, and self-love.

Hosting the event will be Edward Barber, VJ Samm Alvero, and Selina De Dios with special performances by Mijon and Boring Shampoo to complete this event.

Admission is Free on a first-come, first serve basis. Gates open at 3PM. Guests must present their vaccination cards and valid ID to enter the showground.

Venice Grand Canal Mall is open to guests from 10AM to 9PM. For updates on the latest happenings, visit megaworld-lifestylemalls.com or call our hotline at 8-462-8888.

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