It was a warm summer evening made even warmer by the growing crowd. Dry air blew as everybody settled into their mats, huddling over the sound of good homegrown music.
The evening started with an electrifying set from Route 83 who brought chill beats to the stage.
Mandaue Nights mixed up their performance with two special guests. Kim Trinidad traded her guitar for a pair of drum sticks while Angelo Quibranza played the guitar.
Mother Folker performed with Labrats’s Jad Bantug, treating the crowd with quality folk earcandy.
Finally, Wonggoys brought the crowd to their feet with their infectious good vibes and signature chill beats.
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