GTM-Music Museum

Greenhills Theatre Mall, Ortigas Ave., Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan, Metro Manila

GTM-Music Museum
3.5 Stars

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Music Venue
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 8:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 8:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Russel F.
4.0 Stars

21st of March marks the celebration for all the fans of Up Dharma Down all over the country (including me) as the band performed a SOLD-OUT concert dubbed as "Dharma Lights" at the Music Museum in San Juan. This is the band's first major solo concert in their entire career and almost a 10th anniversary show.

The place was jampacked with UDD fans as we were eagerly waiting for the show to start. Music museum was the best choice for this concert as they have the perfect place and ambiance for UDD's eclectic music.

The set started with their 2012 single "Turn It Well" and soon followed by one of my favorites from the last album, that is "Parks". I was also surprised that they played some classics like "All Year Round", "Silid", "Lazy Daisy", "Maybe" and "Pag-agos". The first set was concluded with the rarely-played live lengthy track "Sugarcoats and Heartbeats".

The band had a 15-minute intermission before the second set. They played some taped interludes from their first 2 records for the said intermission. The second set started with their latest single "Indak" with the premiere of the music video for the said song. They also featured a temporary 5th member named Shaw to play acoustic guitars for "Unspoken definites" and synths for "Night drops".

The encore started with the emotional number "Feelings" which featured The Blue Nile frontman, Paul Buchanan. The crowd went crazy when their most popular songs such as "Oo" and "Tadhana" were played. And the band closed the show with the all-time fan-favorite (my favorite, as well) "Sana" and mashed up with Example's original song "Say Nothing".

The band was on fire last night and gave their best for this one-of-a-kind show. They even felt awkward that everyone was sitting because they're used to everyone was standing near them. Ean even made a joke that we might be bored or unhappy, but we were not! We're just overwhelmed with the music plus the accompanying light effects. The illuminating lights were playing along at the 4 rectangular screen on the backdrops and gives an ethereal feel to the songs being performed. It was just perfect and spot-on!!! I was happy with the setlist although I wished they could play "Every First Second", "Sleeptalk" or "We Give In Sometimes" instead of the cover song and the Globe song "New World".

As for the venue:
The cons - Not enough space for your legs especially for long-leggerd creatures like me, sound was a bit distorted on the first couple of songs but was fixed through out.
The good - Roving servers around the theatre for your food & drinks, but they have limited selections though.

For those interested, I uploaded the whole setlist in this link:

And I will be making a detailed gig review and post some of the captured videos on my blog soon! 128522

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Arrah D.
4.0 Stars

Went here last night for my sister's recital. She entered Ryan Cayabyab's School of Music for this summer. :)

Loved the show. The place is nice coz even if you are seated at the last row, you could still see the people on stage clearly.

No food and drinks allowed but I think I saw some roving waiters. Wasn't sure if those are for VIPs only coz we weren't informed that we could order food from there. Bummer.

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Lesley Ardelle V.
2.0 Stars

Went here last night for the "Willy Nep Comedy Relief" fundraising concert by the UP Alumni Association.

Entering the venue, I noticed something negative right away: they didn't have a disabled ramp or an elevator going up to the theater which was situated at the 3rd floor. It was no problem for me, as I am used to taking the stairs up to my office everyday. But for the senior citizens, it was too much of a hassle. Most of the audience members were card holders pa naman, if you know what I mean (since this is a UPAA event). 128532 128116128117

The theater seats were ok, even if they were not cushioned. The leg room was too tight, though, especially with the small ledge installed in front. 128078 But they were comfortable enough. So comfortable that I fell asleep for half of the show. Hahaha.

You can order food and drinks from the roving waiters...dinner and a show! But the choices were limited, pica-pica lang. The food itself wasn't that good. Fried and a bit makunat. 128563

The acoustics were a bit primitive, as the place had no ceiling to speak of, just the roof with insulation underneath. But the sounds were ok, audible, since the place was kinda small.

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Shar P.
4.0 Stars

Went here last night for an RTD (sort if...It was Propee, the Whale's 6th birthday. 128516). The place was cozy enough and you have a good view of the stage even if you're sitting upstairs or at the back. The sound system is also good. And I like the receiving area where you can see the records, posters, costumes and awards of our local artists.

The place isn't made to hold a lot of people, though. So if you're planning to hold an event here, make sure that you adhere strictly to your guest list or to the number of seats available. The beauty of the place is that since it's like a theater, all the audience can be seated, provided that the place does not overflow with people. 128540

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Jodi N.
4.0 Stars

Place is quite small but the cool part is that they have small tables right in front of you but the seats are like the normal theater style seats. So you can eat and drink while watching the show.

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Frances Aisha M.
4.0 Stars

Queers of Comedy

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