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Music, art, and the healthy outdoors

From good music and art to a healthy dose of the outdoors, concertgoers definitely had a roaring good time at the event grounds of Filinvest City as it recently hosted the Wanderland Music and Arts Festival.

Touted as one of the biggest music and arts festivals in the Philippines, this year proved to be even more exciting with an even bigger venue, the three-hectare Filinvest City Event Grounds, to accommodate its three stages—the Wanderland stage, Globe stage, and Jungle stage. With this, Wanderers enjoyed incredible performances from its full line-up of international names and homegrown artists.

The Wanderland Music and Arts Festival held at the three-hectare event grounds of Filinvest City
Taking the Wanderland stage were The Temper Trap, The Ting Tings, Explosions in the Sky, Yuna, Purity Ring, Honne, LANY, Woodlock, and Up Dharma Down. Meanwhile, the crowd came into the wild as acts including Gab and John of Urbandub, Tom’s Story, Fools & Foes, Reese Lansangan, Lola Amour, Banna Harbera, and Mickey Sulit performed at the Jungle stage and Globe stage.

Wanderland is never without its art installations. The jungle-themed festival gave off a colorful vibe as it showcased live art performances from talented muralists and illustrators like Jappy Agoncillo, KFK Collective, Quatro Hapimeel, and Ysabella Lalu.

From left: Antonio Puyat, Rich Dennis, Patricia Ty and Josh Pe
To complete the activity-laden event, Wanderers were entertained the whole day with extreme sports like bungee jumping and wall climbing while a selection of food stalls kept them from going hungry at the jungle.

With performances that took the crowd on a rollercoaster ride of emotions that complemented the lush green sceneries of the outdoors, Filinvest City truly became the perfect destination of Wanderland Music and Arts Festival.

Topics: Filinvest City , Wanderland Music and Arts Festival
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