The most popular and scream-worthy talents perform at the Music Museum, thrilling fans with spectacular performances that send them rocking in their seats till they jump on their feet. From divas to soul singers, from balladeers to belters, from rock stars to R&B artists, from groups to solo performers, they all filled up the Music Museum.
(Left-Right, Top to Bottom) Regine Velasquez, ZsaZsa Padilla, Ogie Alcasid, Jed Madela, Julie Anne San Jose, Randy Santiago
Sharon Cuneta
Gary Valenciano
All up and coming performers bring their act to Music Museum before they conquer the bigger stages of the Folk Arts Theater, the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the Araneta Coliseum. For them the Music Museum is the gateway to bigger performances and greater fame.
Pops Fernandez
Martin Nievera
Lani Misalucha
The Music Museum is a Cultural Metropolis. It is a lodestone for all things music, pop culture, stage action and entertainment. Through the years the Music Museum stage has featured a kaleidoscope of performances that have brought joy and excitement to thousands of audiences with different tastes.

Charice and Charlie Green

When the Music Museum turned 20 in 2008, it focused on the future of the music and entertainment industry. It saluted young talents -- Charice Pempengco (now Jake Zyrus) then just 16 years old and Charlie Green (the 11-year old Fil-Briton kid who wowed audiences at “Britain’s Got Talent” – with recognition plaques at an appreciation lunch on August 8. That year, it also partnered with The Music School of Ryan Cayabyab to discover musically talented kids via musical tilts (Musmusikwela for kids aged 8-12 and MusiKabataan for teens). The best performers received musical scholarships at TMSRC.

The Musmusikwela scholars with Precy Florentino, Ryan and Emmy Cayabyab

What's Up?

What’s cooking at the Promenade?

Something’s always cooking at the Promenade and Theater Mall. New shops, new grazing places and lots of happy surprises. Foodies, check out JuahnMi at the Theater Mall where you can fill up on the favorite Vietnamese hero sandwiches called banh mi and other Vietnamese-Filipino favorites. Hone in on The Sweet Potato, where nibblers and snack addicts think they’ve gone to heaven with various flavored sweet potato fries and smashing K-Fluffies dessert choices with fun flavors like Bubble Gum, Frappuccino, Melon and Caramel Flan, among others. If its beauty and pampering that you want, wait for the opening of five new stores.

Easter Sunday Fun for Kids and Adults at the Promenade on April 1

Our Easter Sunday Egg Hunt has never been better. Now, Kids Of All Ages can enjoy Easter at the Promenade. Real Kids from can look forward anew to the traditional Easter Egg Hunt right after the 10:30 a.m. Mass.

Hot, Hot, Hot Summer Movies (2018)

The Philippine Summer is heating up. And so are the movies. This March and April, save your entertainment budget for these movies lined up for some hot viewing. Tomb Raider (March 7) This is not a sequel. This is about Lara Croft’s first expedition where she embarks on a dangerous journey to her father's last-known destination to solve the mystery of his disappearance.