3-day Salo-Salo music festival happening at Enchanted Kingdom

From the creators of Wanderland Music & Arts Festival and concert series Karpos Live, Karpos Multimedia brings you a new Christmas tradition to make your holidays more special! Experience live music, thrilling rides, magical activities, and a jolly celebration for the whole family all wrapped together at the biggest and first theme park music festival in the Philippines—Salo-Salo Fest. Don’t miss this 3-day celebration on December 2, 3, and 4 at Enchanted Kingdom featuring a lineup of 40+ artists!

Joining the celebration are classic OPM rock icons PAROKYA NI EDGAR, ELY BUENDIA, RICO BLANCO, EBE DANCEL, MAYONNAISE, URBANDUB, AND ORANGE AND LEMONS, Taking us to cloud nine are the soulful voices of BARBIE ALMALBIS, MOONSTAR88, & CLARA BENIN. Making noise for today’s hottest acts, UNIQUE SALONGA, ARTHUR NERY, PAOLO SANDEJAS, ZILD & KIYO. The more the merrier as these international artists are all set to join the celebration–returning to the Philippines is indie-pop duo, JOAN, and making his Manila debut is singer-songwriter JOHNNY STIMSON.

Last but definitely not the least, put on your dancing shoes and let the music guide you at our dance tent, Goody Dance Shoes! Dance all night long with disco, poolside lounge, and leisure pop sets curated by GROOVE DISCO, POOL RECORDS, & LEISURE.

Tickets available at www.tickelo.com/salosalofest2022. Follow Salo-Salo Fest’s socials (@salosalofest) to get the latest updates.

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