21 Jan 2011

How To Get To Pambansang Muziklaban! Francis Magalona Tribute

  • 21 Jan 2011
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  • Pambansang Muziklaban! Francis Magalona Tribute happens on January 22, 2011 in the Open Field at the corner of Roxas Boulevard and EDSA Extension. How do we get there? Here's direction guide to the Open Field Roxas Boulevard corner EDSA Extension.

    Look for your location from the routes given below and follow the direction.

    Route #1

    From south of Metro Manila - Alabang, Pacita, Muntinlupa, Metropolis Star Mall, Festival Mall and southern Tagalog provinces of Laguna, Batangas and Quezon. There are terminals of jeepneys going to Pasay Rotonda located in Alabang near Metropolis Star Mall. Some of them just pick up passengers along East Service Road near corner Montillano Street. Ride jeepney with Pasay Rotonda sign. Get off at Pasay Rotonda. Some jeepney drivers drop off passengers right at the MRT Taft Station. Some of them drop off passengers after crossing Taft Avenue. You can either ride just below the elevated MRT Station or near Save More Supermarket after crossing Taft. Ride another jeepney or bus with MOA or Mall of Asia sign. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #2

    From north of Metro Manila - Monumento, Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela and other areas in these vicinities. Ride a jeep or bus from your location to Monumento for those who live far. Ride a south bound train or Baclaran bound train in Monumento Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Get off at EDSA Station. At the foot of the elevated EDSA Station is the terminal of passenger shuttles going to MOA. Ride one of these shuttles. They don't like jeepneys, that's why we call them shuttles. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #3

    From Fairview, Commonwealth, U.P. Diliman, Philcoa, East Avenue, Quezon Memorial Circle. You only need a one ride which by bus and you get off at the exact location of this venue. Ride a bus with "Baclaran MOA" sign. It's going to be a long trip. Ask the conductor to drop you off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #4

    From Project 7, Project 8, Munoz, Roosevelt, Congressional and areas nearby. Get to Roosevelt Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Ride a Baclaran bound train and get off at EDSA Station. At the foot of the elevated EDSA Station is the terminal of passenger shuttles going to MOA. Ride one of these shuttles. They don't like jeepneys, that's why we call them shuttles. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #5

    From Project 2-3. Ride a jeep going to Quiapo, get off at the corner of EDSA and West Avenue, walk to North Station of MRT-3, the Blue Line. Ride a train going to Taft. Get off at Taft Station. If you're from Trinoma and SM North EDSA, just walk your way toward MRT. Under the elevated MRT Taft Station, ride a jeepney or bus going to MOA or Mall of Asia. Jeepneys stop right before the MRT Station so you might walk a little bit backward. If at any case, you find it hard to get a ride there, you can go across Taft Avenue and ride a jeepney going to MOA along EDSA just in front of Save More Supermarket. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #6

    From Antipolo, Ortigas, Pasig, Mandaluyong and nearby areas. From your respective locations ride a jeep or bus that will take you to EDSA. Once you're along EDSA, walk your way toward the nearest MRT Station. If the MRT Station is too far from your location, ride a bus. The MRT Stations you can get to are any of these: Ortigas Station, Shaw Station and Boni Station. Ride a train going to Taft. Get off at Taft Station. Under the elevated MRT Taft Station, ride a jeepney or bus going to MOA or Mall of Asia. Jeepneys stop right before the MRT Station so you might walk a little bit backward. If at any case, you find it hard to get a ride there, you can go across Taft Avenue and ride a jeepney going to MOA along EDSA just in front of Save More Supermarket. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #7

    From Cavite, SM South Mall, Bacoor, Zapote, Tagaytay and nearby areas. Ride a bus or jeep that will bring you to Baclaran. Get off before the bus or jeep you're riding get to Redemptorist Church. There's a terminal of jeepneys going to MOA along the service road of Roxas Boulevard near to Lydia's Lechon Restaurant. Ride right there. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #8

    From Novaliches and Bulacan. You can ride a bus or jeepney bound to Blumentritt or Doroteo Jose then ride a train going to Baclaran in either Blumentritt Station or Doroteo Station of LRT-1, the Yellow Line. Or you can get off at Balintawak and walk your way toward Balintawak Station of LRT-1 and ride a train going to Baclaran. Get off at EDSA Station. At the foot of the elevated EDSA Station is the terminal of passenger shuttles going to MOA. Ride one of these shuttles. They don't like jeepneys, that's why we call them shuttles. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #9

    From Araneta Center and Gateway Mall. Proceed to Araneta Center-Cubao Station of MRT. Ride a train going to Taft. Get off at Taft Station. Under the elevated MRT Taft Station, ride a jeepney or bus going to MOA or Mall of Asia. Jeepneys stop right before the MRT Station so you might walk a little bit backward. If at any case, you find it hard to get a ride there, you can go across Taft Avenue and ride a jeepney going to MOA along EDSA just in front of Save More Supermarket. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    Route #10

    From Marikina, Santolan Pasig, Project 4, Katipunan, Sta. Mesa, SM Centerpoint, and other nearby areas. Ride a train from any station of LRT-2, the purple line. Get off at Recto Station. Walk your way to Doroteo Station of LRT-1 via the crossway that connects LRT-2 to LRT-1. Ride a Baclaran bound train and get off at EDSA Station. At the foot of the elevated EDSA Station is the terminal of passenger shuttles going to MOA. Ride one of these shuttles. They don't like jeepneys, that's why we call them shuttles. Get off at Toyota Manila Bay, which is located along EDSA Extension after passing Roxas Boulevard under EDSA-Roxas Boulevard Flyover. The Open Field is opposite Toyota, across EDSA Extension.

    If you're going to "Pambansang Muziklaban! Francis Magalona Tribute" by car, follow directions on how to get to Blue Wave Macapagal. Blue Wave Macapagal is very near to the Open Field of Roxas Boulevard corner EDSA Extension. Search "how to get to blue wave macapagal" in our Search Direction Box located at the sidebar of this blog.


    Location Map of the Open Field Roxas Boulevard corner EDSA Extension


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