Cherish your free time with art, coffee, and music with this hive of activities for your weekend.
‘TARA, KAPE’ in BGC
Call your coffee buddies because coffee dates are much better this weekend at Bonifacio Global City (BGC) as it hosts the first-ever BGC Coffee Festival.
Fill your day with caffeine and bike your way towards the city’s art installations or jam with street performers and participating artists like August Wahh, Ena Mori, Kiefsix, and Distort Monsters.
Check their full list of activists here and pick your preferred weekend to-do list www.facebook.com/bonifacioglobalcityph.
Annyeonghaseyo to past and modern Korea
This year, not only Korean artists are coming back to the Philippines, but also the Korean Festival that gives Filipinos a closer look at the crashing traditional and modern trends of Korean culture.
Expect various exciting activities and performances from Korean performers, P-pop groups, and surprise K-pop guest artists.
This two-day festival will happen on 10 to 11 September at Glorietta Activity Center and Palm Drive Activity Center, Glorietta, Makati City,
The event is hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines, Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines, and the Korean Tourism Organization Manila Office.
WE ART TUTUBAN
Puesto Manila continues to bring people closer to art and historic places in Manila as they hold their first WE ART in Tutuban Center Main Building 1.
It features local vendors and artists such as Paola Paperie, BahayTsinoy, Museum of Chinese in Philippine Life, Krowsheyaarn, Renacimiento Manila, Jeyaynart, Tords Leather Crafts, Andieaesthetic, and Love Leara Studio.
Admission is free and will open on 10 to 11 September from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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