Still don't know where to go for the weekend? Here are the events and places to check out in the coming days.
Art Fair Philippines 2020
February 21 to 23 (The Link)
The much-awaited arts festival is back!
Happening from February 21 to 23, 10am to 9pm at The Link in Makati City, Art Fair Philippines 2020 is set to present special exhibits, workshops, tours and more. Here are all the important details you need to know about it:
Art Fair Philippines 2020 tickets may be purchased in advance on their website and at the fourth-floor reception area of the actual fair. Ticket prices are as follows: P350/regular, P250/senior citizen and PWD, P150/students with valid IDs and P100/Makati students with valid IDs.
For more information, follow Art Fair Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.
Big Bad Wolf Book Fair 2020
February 14 to 24 (World Trade Center, Pasay City)
We know where you'll be going this Valentine's Day!
The Big Bad Wolf Book Fair – a.k.a. the biggest one in the world – is coming back to Manila for its third year this February 14 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City! Just like the previous years, the fair will be running for 24 hours until it closes on February 24, so you get 10 whole days to snag all the books you want!
Bibliophiles can expect to find over 2 million new books from different genres – from children's literature and fiction novels to graphic novels and coffee table reads – to be available during the event. These are priced with a 50% to 90% discount so make sure you bring your eco-bags and luggage if you're planning to hoard and stock up your shelves with even more good reads!
Admission for the event is still free. For more information, you can keep checking back on Big Bad Wolf's official Facebook and Instagram pages.
Alab Ng Puso: High on Love
February 22 (Smart Araneta Coliseum)
Jesuit Communications Foundation (JesCom), the media arm of the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus, invites all to a musical celebration of Filipino pride, passion and patriotism, Alab ng Puso: High on Love, on February 22, 7pm at the SMART Araneta Coliseum.
Staged on the same date that set into motion the historic 1986 EDSA Revolution, Alab ng Puso’s featured lineup of artists are ready to ignite Pinoy hearts like never before.
Among the OPM talents headlining the post-valentine concert are Gloc 9, Moonstar88 and Lumad warrior artist Bayang Barrios, Gary Granada and Star in a Million Grand Champion Frenchie Dy.
Apart from rousing the spirit of freedom, democracy and love for country, Alab ng Puso also aims to raise funds for De La Salle University’s Project Paghilom. ProjectPaghilom has been providing for the urgent needs of families affected by the war on drugs.