October is looking mighty fine and it ain’t even here yet!
We will vendor at the following locations:
- Saturday, October 3 @9pm-2am || Out in Oakland at BRIX 581 || 581 5th St, Oakland
- ChiChai@Empire wants to celebrate her birthday with all of you for a bar-night takeover! There’ll be food, drinks, music, and an Empire in the Air Pop-Up Shop!
- Wear your favorite Empire gear for a chance to win free goods!
- Thursday, October 8 @6-9pm || C2SV (Creative Convergence Silicon Valley) at San Jose’s SOFA District
- Creative Convergence Silicon Valley (C2SV) celebrates the nexus of cutting-edge technologies and creative arts and shines a spotlight on the future of convergence in today’s fast-moving global economy.C2SV is a 2-day event featuring renowned keynotes, dynamic industry panels, interactive demos, networking cocktail parties, and live music performances.
- Saturday, October 10 @11-4pm || Daly City Filipino-American Heritage Day || 111 Lake Merced Blvd, Daly City
- Come by to learn more about the Filipino culture! We have food trucks to give you a taste of the Philippines! We have business vendors and non-profits wanting to share information, their talents and services with you! We have live performances to get you out of your seat! We have a variety of performances! From traditional folk dancing to American influenced.
- Saturday, October 10 @6-10pm || Akbayan of SJSU’s MaBOOhay Talent Showcase at San Jose State Morris Dailey Auditorium || 1 Washington Square, San Jose
- After 15 years, the Ma”BOO”hay Talent Showcase has been a terrific outlet for up-and-coming artists to hone their talents in front of a large audience that usually consists of a sold-out audience of more than 500 people. Our past headliners include Drop N’ Harmony, A.J. Rafael, a collaborative performance featuring Gabe Bondoc, Leejay Abucayan, and Jeremy “Passion” Manongdo, Ramielle Malubay, Kierra Folsom, and Jeff Bernat. This year, my goal for Ma”BOO”hay is to highlight the strength and struggle of the Pilipino culture and inspire the audience (whether they be Pilipino or not) that every one of us has a beautiful struggle and story to tell.