On July 28, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) will be holding a music festival which will undoubtedly serve as the public launch of the 2019 Vios. With a large number of bands headlining the event combined with the display of the 2019 Vios, it is no surprise then that tickets for the event are hot commodities.
Toyota Motor Philippines had to announce that they will no longer be releasing any more tickets for the upcoming concert and launch party. This mainly due to safety concerns due to over capacity at the venue, and to prevent any unprecedented incidents that may occur during the event. That said, TMP says that only tickets released through their websites will be honored. Ticket holders will be required to show valid government IDs upon claiming their wrist tags.
Toyota said that over 120,000 people have signed up to attend the Toyota Music Festival during the two day registration period. The maximum capacity of the venue in Alabang, according to a source, is just around 7,500.
The Toyota Vios that is expected to be displayed here is also called the Yaris Ativ in Thailand, where it was first launched back in August 2017. It features similar styling with the current Yaris hatchback already being offered locally, but combined with a sedan body. In fact, one of our eagle eyed reader have already spotted the upcoming Vios prototypes undergoing tests in the Philippines.
For those who were able to sign up, the Toyota Music Fest will be held on July 28, 2018 at the Filinvest City Events Ground in Muntinlupa City. Gates will open at 2PM, and the bands expected to play include Parokya Ni Edgar, Callalily, IV of Spades, and Ben&Ben.
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