Last July 15, Saturday, Crossroads Cebu, Create Cebu, Qube Gallery, and Island Premium Paints successfully launched CEVOLUTIÓN, a public art exhibit that pushed Cebu even further as a city destination for culture and the arts. 22 Tango Records joined the movement by bringing homegrown music to the event.
Last June 24, Cuppa Folk brought homegrown music to Books and Brews in Mango Avenue. The café’s first gig lent something entirely different and intimate to a Saturday night at the city’s red light district. Warm fairy lights replaced neon lights, and the #shhhhpolicy was in full swing.
It was a traffic-ridden Friday night last June 16, and the late arrival of guests kept us on our toes. With this conundrum, the evening was clouded with uncertainty as we also set out to showcase, for the second time, the Wonggoys’High Hello in a very different, and more intimate setting.