We can’t bid farewell to 2017 without saying thank you to Crossroads, our home and chosen partner for our endeavors.
Crossroads is a lifestyle district where creatives converge and the homegrown spirit thrives. There’s a strong sense of Cebuano community that’s palpable within this strip mall, and we are very grateful to have taken part in it.
Looking back, it’s astounding how long we’ve had a relationship with Crossroads, starting all the way back in 2014 when Aussie crooner Gabe Lynch had a show at the now defunct GILT with performances by Luxxx, Ella Melendez, Mary Anchit, and an impromptu set by Mother Folker.
We’ve had 16 gigs and events in Crossroads, including our first runs of Cuppa Folk in Abaca Baking Company and The Listening Room in Qube Gallery.
Aside from holding office in A Space for nearly two years, we’ve had a couple of gigs and events at our favorite co-working establishment as well, including the first Grow Cebu Music Summit and Solo Singer-Songwriters’ Bootcamp, and Cebu Music Tech Mixer.
Other gigs that we had so much fun holding in A Space were Folk City, DemoCrazy Live, High Hello: Stripped Down, and Vincent Eco’s single launch, which was a highlight of the year for us.
Crossroads is a hub for celebrating art, music, and craft with Criss-Crossings: A Craft and Cultural Walkabout and Cévolution: Public Art Exhibit.
Our memory lane with Crossroads is far, long, and wide, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Thank you, Crossroads for giving us a haven where we can strengthen and improve the creative community, and push even further our advocacy to grow Cebu music.
Here’s to more memories!