(SPOT.ph) Start summer right by spending the entire weekend listening to live music and looking at hot air balloons in the sky with the return of this two-day event at Clark Global City!
In case you still haven’t heard: the biggest names in the Philippine music industry are coming together to perform at the Clark Aurora Music Festival and Hot Air Balloon Display on April 15 and 16. We're talking Ely Buendia, Ben&Ben, Parokya ni Edgar, and more.
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Are you a fan of contemporary hits or old school OPM? Wherever your loyalties lie, the Clark Aurora Music Festival has it for you. Day 1 will feature contemporary hits Ben&Ben, December Avenue, Arthur Nery, Adie Garcia, Mrld, and Lola Amour, while Day 2 will feature old school OPM Ely Buendia, Parokya ni Edgar, Kamikazee, Mayonnaise, Sponge Cola, and Silent Sanctuary.
The event starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 1 a.m.
Against the backdrop of live performances will be several hot air balloons to light up Clark’s skyline. What’s more, the 2023 version of this event promises bigger and brighter hot air balloons this time around.
Do take note that riding the hot air balloon isn’t actually allowed—it’s only meant to be a background display for the music festival. Only ticket holders will have access to watch the balloons. On the other hand, night glow will start from 5 p.m. onwards.
According to Clark Aurora Music Festival, SVIP and Gold for Day 2 are 80% sold out. There will be no ticket selling on-site either, so buy those tickets while you still can!
One-day passes are priced at P500 for Silver, P1,000 for Gold, and P3,000 for SVIP. You can buy tickets at the Clark Aurora Music Festival website or via SM Tickets. Due to the limited number of tickets, all sales are considered final and are non-refundable.
Clark isn’t exactly the easiest to visit if you’re from Metro Manila, which is why Clark Aurora Music Festival is also offering transportation to the event through Mabuhay Car Rentals (0915-885-0464). Car reservations start at P800 for a one-way route with four pax maximum. Now you have no reason to miss it.
One last thing: don’t mistake this music festival for the 23-year-old Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, which is currently on hiatus and working on a comeback with an airshow event in 2024.
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