Everything you need to know about Wanderland Music & Arts Festival 2020

by Nikko Tuazon
Feb 13, 2020
88Rising's Joji, UK-based rock band FOALS, and OPM band Ben & Ben will perform their hits at the Wanderland Music & Arts Festival happening on March 7 and 8, 2020 in Muntinlupa City.
PHOTO/S: Courtesy of Karpos Multimedia

Wanderland Music & Arts Festival will be back for its 8th edition in a few weeks' time.

Produced by Karpos Multimedia and co-sponsored by Globe, the two-day festival is scheduled to take place on March 7 and 8, 2020 at Filinvest City Event Grounds in Muntinlupa City.

Did you know that two artists backed out from Wanderland 2020?

American singer Sabrina Claudio and Welsh multi-instrumentalist Novo Amor are no longer part of this year's festival.

Still, there are over 20 international acts coming to perform live for their Filipino fans.

Here's everything you need to know about Wanderland Music & Arts Festival 2020:

1. This year's theme is Sports and Athletics, so get your athleisure-inspired OOTDs ready for the festival!

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2. The full lineup:

UK-based rock band FOALS and Japanese-born singer and producer Joji are this year's headliners.

FOALS is best known for its hits "My Number," "Mountain At My Gates," and "Inhaler," among many others. Meanwhile, "Slow Dancing In The Dark" and "YEAH RIGHT" are two of Joji's most streamed songs on Spotify.

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88Rising's NIKI, American songstress Raveena, Texas-raised Filipina artist (((O))), and Australian singer-songwriter Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker) will be treating concertgoers to their reverberating melodies and soulful R&B performances.

"Shea Butter Baby" singer Ari Lennox, American-Mexican singer-songwriter Omar Apollo, British singer-songwriter Bruno Major, Toronto-based musician Ali Gatie, Nashville-based artist Stephen Day, and Korean artist george are also down to jam with their Pinoy fans.

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Filipino artists included in the lineup are Ben & Ben, IV of Spades, August Wahh + CRWN, FLU, Banna Harbera, and YSANYGO.

Sabrina Claudio and Novo Amor gave different reasons for backing from this year's music fest.

According to the statement released by Wanderland, Sabrina could not perform "due to schedule/routing conflicts."

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In her Instagram stories, Sabrina wrote a message that goes: "Asia, so sad to have to cancel my trip. Some of my best performances & memories stem from my visits to various parts in Asia last year so I'm so bummed out.

"I love you, take care, and I will see you in due time."

Meanwhile, Novo admitted that the coronavirus outbreak led to the cancellation of his performance.

His official statement goes: "I'm very sorry to announce that in light of recent events, I've had to postpone my shows in China, which means I'm no longer able to travel to the region and perform at Wanderland Music & Arts Festival in Manila."

Wanderland, however, will soon announce the new acts that will join this year's lineup.

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4. Live Art

Aside from enjoying live music, fans can also look forward to seeing live art performances of Faith de Leos, Wika Nadera, Alagad Ng Sining, and Amiel Louise Rivera.

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5. Ticket prices

  • Two-Day Regular Wanderer tickets with early entry - PHP5,500
  • Two-Day Regular Wanderer tickets - PHP7,000.
  • Star Wanderer tickets - PHP12,000.
  • Wander Love Promo: 2 Regular Wanderer Tickets - PHP12,000+ (until February 16 only)

Tickets are available on the Wanderland website. Ticket prices are exclusive of service charge.

6. Where to stay?

Wanderland has partnered with hotels near the venue including Crimson Hotel, Vivere Hotel & Resort, The Bellevue Manila, Acacia Hotel, Azumi Boutique Hotel, and B Hotel Alabang.

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88Rising's Joji, UK-based rock band FOALS, and OPM band Ben & Ben will perform their hits at the Wanderland Music & Arts Festival happening on March 7 and 8, 2020 in Muntinlupa City.
PHOTO/S: Courtesy of Karpos Multimedia
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