San Miguel Beer’s Oktoberfest Siento Bente will officially kick off its 120 days or 4 months of celebration, of course, with beer, music, and a lot of fun, on September 5, with more than 40 bands, including international act Third Eye Blind.

In the press launch that happened yesterday, San Miguel Pale Pilsen Brand Manager said that it will be the biggest, greatest, and largest running official fiesta ng barkada, as granted by the Department of Tourism, to date.

Aiming to put the Philippines in the Guinness Book of World Records once again, San Miguel will impress the crowd with the biggest Oktoberfest celebration ever with the biggest beer toasting crowd, and the longest beer bar, which will feature 600 meters bar area that will stretch from San Miguel Avenue from Julia Vargas to Louders Ave.

Moreover, to cap off the grand opening of the Oktoberfest, San Miguel will be unveiling the Limited Edition San Miguel Oktoberfest Pale Pilsen. This brew is made out of a pale lager with malty notes, balanced with floral and citrussy hops. It is full-flavored yet lightly bodied, sweetish in taste, and smooth on the finish.

The Oktoberfest will launch simultaneously in the provinces of Mactan, Cebu; Iznart Street, Iloilo; Victora Plaza, Davao; Magsaysay Drive, Olongapo; and Pasea de Sta. Rosa, Laguna. You can catch your favorite pinoy bands in those launches.

6 Responses to “Third Eye Blind in San Miguel Oktoberfest!”

  1. I hate the taste of beer ._.

  2. haha yeah me too, but this one’s okay, i mean better than them all :)) or so i just think

  3. lolx d mdrama tawag dun workshop…cnu po kaw???hehe btw tnx for the comment

  4. on sept 6,with third eye blind, is it a free entrance. who are other featured bands?

  5. hmm.. rivermaya and a lot more… not so sure, but more than 40?

  6. My god. Last night was terrible. MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT.
    There were too many people and the place cannot accommodate all of us. We just decided not to go inside the concert because of security and safety concerns. P120 wasted because of poor organization.
    Next time they shouldve just get a bigger venue. Like in the fort open field or somewhere where you can move freely, breathe easily and feel that your life and things are not in danger.

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