Jessi, SB19, Denise Julia and more join lineup of ‘Head In The Clouds’ Festival

88rising today announced the surprise inclusion of international artist Jessi to the lineup of Head In The Clouds Music & Arts Festival in Manila.

This unveiling followed the social media teaser last week on an artist name indicated as “????” when Denise Julia, August 08, Manila Killa and SB19 were revealed as acts who will perform at the festival, slated at the  SM Festival Grounds in Parañaque City.

In October it was announced that the inaugural Head In The Clouds Music & Arts Festival in Manila will feature a stellar range of global and local talent including headliners Joji, Jackson Wang, NIKI, Rich Brian, eaJ, and YOASOBI. This year’s festival will also showcase performances from BIBI, MANILA GREY, Ylona Garcia, ATARASHII GAKKO!, MILLI, Zack Tabudlo and many more; plus special guest Grammy-winning hitmaker and electronic producer ZEDD.

Head in the Clouds Manila is proudly presented by Globe Telecom, with GCash as a major sponsor. Additional sponsors include GOMO, Johnnie Walker, Heineken, Y.O.U Beauty, Pacific Synergy, AirAsia and Riot Games.

Limited tickets are available. Passes are available HERE.

Final Lineup:

Adawa

Akini Jing

Atarashii Gakko!

August 08

BIBI

Denise Julia

eaJ

Elephante

GUAPDAD 4000

Jackson Wang

Jessi

JinxZhou

Joji

MANILA GREY

Manila Killa

MILLI

NIKI

Rich Brian

SB19

Spence Lee

Stephanie Poetri

Warren Hue

Ylona Garcia

YOASOBI

Zack Tabudlo

Very Special Guest

ZEDD

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