Wanderland 2024: Where Music Met Home

Celine Conde

As we reminisce another unforgettable Wanderland Music & Arts Festival, we want to look back on how last weekend was a homecoming of sorts, where music and memories intertwined to create an unforgettable experience. Attendees in the Filinvest City Events Ground were greeted not just by the sounds of their favorite artists but also by the warmth of a community that felt like family.



The festival's commitment to creating a sense of home was evident in every aspect of the event. The lineup, featuring artists like Jack Johnson, Thundercat, Parcels, Novo Amor, and Hwasa, was carefully curated to appeal to a wide range of musical tastes, ensuring that everyone felt welcome and included.

Not to mention, they did the same with our amazing homegrown talents – Lola Amour, ena mori, Paolo Sandejas, dwta, Gabba, and many more. They really showcased just how colorful the local music is. Several artists expressed that it was their first time performing in the Philippines and that they felt that Wanderland was the best place for them to be. This sentiment was echoed by many attendees, who felt that the festival had a special magic.


One of the highlights was the unexpected reunions that took place left and right. Friends who hadn't seen each other in years suddenly found themselves face to face. The smiles and hugs in every corner of the venue were a testament to the bond that Wanderland creates. It was a reminder that it wasn't just a place to enjoy music; it's a place to reconnect and make new memories with both old and new friends.                                                       


In addition to the music, there were a variety of fun activities and experiences in partnership with brand sponsors like GrabPH, Klean Kanteen PH, Johnnie Walker, Watsons. They also featured artists like TRNZ, B I T T O, seeweirdo, Valvee, and Babsilog. From interactive art installations to engaging games, there was never a dull moment. Wanderland made sure that there was something for everyone, regardless of age or musical taste.


The weekend reminded everyone of the power of music and community to make us feel at home. It's not just about the artists or the activities; it's about the feeling of belonging, of being part of something bigger than ourselves. Wanderland has once again proven that it's not just a festival; it's a home where good music and good people come together to create unforgettable memories.

Looking ahead, Wanderland 2025 promises to be even more awesome, with organizers already planning exciting new experiences and surprises for attendees.

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