Fill Up Your Social Calendar With These Music Festivals

Fill Up Your Social Calendar With These Music Festivals


If there’s one thing we missed during the pandemic, it’s listening to live music. End the year and start the next with a bang by going to these music festivals

Nothing beats the excitement you feel before entering the concert grounds of your favorite music festival because you know you’ll have a great time seeing the best international and local artists with your nearest and dearest. On top of that, you’ll get the chance to make new memories. And let’s face it—nothing beats listening to music live. Now is definitely the best time to step out of hibernation mode and enter the musical maze of these upcoming music festivals.

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Salo Salo Fest: December 2 to 4, 2022

The guys who brought you Wanderland are back with a new music festival up their sleeve. Karpos Multimedia invites you to Salo Salo Fest, where you’ll find a number of musical acts right at the center of Enchanted Kingdom. They’ve dubbed it as the Philippines’ first theme park music festival with all the rides and rhymes you can expect and anticipate for.

Price range: Pre-sale tickets are being sold for PHP 1,800. Prices range up to PHP 9,000 for a three-day VIP pass.

Expected lineup: Rico Blanco, Ely Buendia, Parokya ni Edgar, Orange and Lemons, Johnny Stimson, Joan, Moonstar88, Lola Amour, and more.

Head in the Clouds: December 9 to 10, 2022

Are you ready for 88Rising to takeover Manila? Head in the Clouds is the official music festival of this South East Asian group, and you’ll be happy to know that the whole 88Rising crew will be in attendance— from Rich Brian, Joji, to NIKI. They will also be also be joined by local acts such as: Ylona Garcia, Zack Tabudlo, and more.

Price range: Prices start at PHP 12,888 for a two day pass and may go up to PHP 15,888 for VIP passes.

Expected lineup: Joji, Jackson Wang, NIKI, Rich Brian, eaJ, Yoasobi, Adawa, Akini Jing, Atarashii Gakko!, BIBI, Elephante, GUAPDAD 4000, and more.

Alesso: December 17, 2022

You may be thinking that Alesso’s comeback to the Philippines is more of a concert than a music festival, but we beg to differ. The show will be under Ovation Productions, who usually handles the biggest festivals here in Manila. Aside from this, we’ve heard Alesso will be bringing in a bunch of international acts to help support his show. Make sure you don’t miss out on the electronic dance music of Alesso in SMDC Festival Grounds.

Price range: To be announced

Expected lineup: To be announced

Wanderland The Comeback: March 4 to 5, 2023

After Karpos Multimedia officially cancelled Wanderland in 2020, we weren’t exactly sure when the indie music festival would make it’s return. But now, we do! The most anticipated music festival in the Philippines is back and ready to satisfy our need for a music fix. The theme of next year’s Wanderland is The Comeback. Maybe we can expect a throwback session with your favorite local and international acts.

Price range: Early bird prices are now up for sale starting at PHP 6,000 for general admission and PHP 10,000 for Star VIPs.

Expected lineup: To be announced

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