TLC Festival 2017 : Biggest Festival of the Year

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TLC Festival was held last November 4,2017 with this year’s edition themed “Go Lokal”.; in celebration of all things Filipino, showcasing the best that the Philippines has to offer.

The festival kicks off at 10 am on Bonifacio High Street. Revel in gastronomical experience, timeless entertainment, and a stellar celebrity line up. Comedian Eri Neeman once again host the event which was headlined by some of TLC’s most popular celebrities-American’s all-time favorite baker Cake Boss Buddy Valastro and celebrity chef Luke Nguyen. Also at this year’s festival are Patty Lee and Sharon Huang- two vivacious new hosts from TLC’s Fun Taiwan Series. Familiar faces like Ramon Bautista, RA Rivera, Jun Sabayton, Lourd De Veyra and Angel Rivero from Discovery Channel’s You Have Been Warned Asia as well as Troy Montero from Worst Vacation Ever, joined the fun.

Just like last year, Cake Boss Buddy Valastro received amazing Filipino welcome.

”TLC Festival 2017 wraps up with a whopping 130,000 festival goers getting their Filipino pride on. The festival, made possible with 16 key sponsors including Go Daddy, BPI, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Golden Fiesta, Sunburst, and Arla, saw 30% more footfall and 50% more pre-registrations (vs 2016) who were star struck and mobbed the stellar celebrity line-up featuring Cake Boss Buddy Valastro and celebrity chef Luke Nguyen. Themed “Go Lokal”, the festival celebrated all things Filipino! Featuring social media host and local influencer Kryz Uy, the festival welcomed special guests from Discovery Channel’s You Have Been Warned Asia (Ramon Bautista, Angel Rivero, Jun Sabayton, Ra Rivera, Lourd De Veyra) and KC and Troy Montero from Worst Vacation Ever. The festival reached a digital audience of nearly 12 million and generated 250K in digital engagement. Follow TLC Southeast Asia on Facebook and Instagram to catch all the festival highlights.”

Celebrity Chef Luke Nguyen also dish out cooking tips and share his latest gastronomical escapades from Luke Nguyen’s Street Food Asia.
Pinoy pride takes center stage at this year’s festival. With three exciting zones- Kanto Kultura, Byaheng Bayan and Street Sarap plus the performance of Ely Buendia was a sure way to make the day something to remember by the Filipinos.

Admission is free and there are lots of give aways and prizes for the whole family


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