Globe is elevating the Pinoy festival experience with its 4th G Music Fest on September 16 at the Ayala Circuit Makati Open Grounds. As part of the much-anticipated annual G Day celebration, this year’s event promises an unforgettable blend of music, creativity, and technology, all while championing sustainability.
Attendees will be treated to performances from G Music Fest’s first-ever all-local lineup, a dynamic mix of OPM legends and rising stars in partnership with Warner Music and Sony Music. The festival boasts a stellar all-Filipino lineup of artists such as Urbandub, The Itchyworms, December Avenue, I Belong To The Zoo, Lola Amour, Dilaw, Bini, PLAYERTWO, Paul Pablo, Sugarcane, Mayonnaise, Ace Banzuelo, Nobita, Munimuni, Joem, Syd Hartha, and Drag Race PH sure to give a musical experience that will resonate with every generation.
“Our vision for this year’s G Music Fest is to create a space where music, creativity, technology, and sustainability converge. We want to celebrate the rich tapestry of Pinoy talent while also showcasing the innovations that make such celebrations possible,” said Peter Ramirez, Globe Rewards Senior Manager and G Day Program Lead.
Diving deeper into the realm of creativity and community building, the Creator Hub is set to be another festival highlight. Visitors can immerse themselves in DIY experiences, including a Live Mural Show, Gudi Drip Studio, and a Busker Stage. The paint-and-sip activity through Drip Splash also promises a fusion of art and relaxation, making it a must-try for all.
The festival aims to push the boundaries of digital art, offering everyone a chance to interact with installations such as Sketch To Life, the Digital Art Tunnel, Caption Cam, and the Immersive Art Cube, celebrating the fusion of art and technology.
G Music Fest will showcase the future of technology with Globe’s 5G applications. Guests may also enjoy immersive AR/VR games via 5G Pixel Play. Partnerships with brands like BENCH and MYX Global will further elevate the experience, offering engagements like the DJ lounge.
While enjoying the music, festival-goers can also indulge in a gastronomic journey with a diverse range of food options that will be available at the event: Better Than Ice Cream (BTIC), Kurimu, Pocofino, Jamba Juice, Pancake House, Yellow Cab, Pickup Coffee, Shakeys, and Army Navy. Plus, with official alcohol partners Coca-Cola and San Miguel Brewery, the festivities are sure to be in high spirits.
G Music Fest also aims to set a new standard in implementing sustainable practices in events. Not only does it aim to limit the use of single-use plastics among vendors, but it is also promoting a BYO (Bring Your Own) initiative for festival-goers, with water refilling stations brought by Klean Kanteen scattered across the venue.
Globe also formed a collaboration with Ayala Logistics through Integrated Waste Management, Inc. (IWM), to ensure proper waste segregation, collection, and post-processing with priority for diverting wastes away from landfills through recycling and recovery, as well as deploying gender-neutral and water-efficient portalets.
Festival-goers will also have a cleaner transport choice with Globe deploying electric shuttles to and from the venue through its official shuttle partner, Global Electric Transport (GET). Pickup points will be at Alabang Town Center, One Ayala, and TriNoMa starting 10:00AM.
To learn more, visit glbe.co/GMusicFest23.