Now on it’s second year, Bonbon Festival is back to celebrate arts, environment and community in a one-of-a-kind one-day event which will be participated by young professionals, students, different artists in Batangas Province, and invited guests from other places.
Bonbon Festival is the first eco-green festival in the province which aims to support and sustain the environment by using arts and culture as one of the tools for preservation and development. The festival will be held at Sitio Tagbakin, Brgy. Halang Lipa City, Batangas this coming May 21, 2016 from 6am onwards.
Gala at Pasyal sa Lawa / Knowledge Tour
Know the story of the lake region and eruption history of Taal Volcano via boat ride from Sitio Tagbakin, Lipa City to San Nicolas to Volcano Island and back. Enjoy the horse ride and trek with local tour guide and the rest of the team.
Mananghalian / Lunch
Savor a sumptuous lunch of Batangas fusion cuisine and local refreshments.
Huntahan sa Lawa / Talkback
Join a series of meaningful talk back and discussions about Art and Environment with interactive community workshops that culminates the afternoon activities.
Hapunan / Dinner by the Lake, Art Installations and Performance Art
Experience Batangas art and culture through performances. Listen to the old time Kundiman music plus musical performances dedicated to Taal led by independent Batangueno musicians including LAC Music Department. Cocktails are available with a party capping the night with all-out-fun and dancing.
Participants may choose from 2 packages:
- PACKAGE A – P2,000
- Trekking (Taal Volcano Island)
- Festival Pass
- Food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
- Symposium Pass
- Jollibee Tambo to Sitio Tagbakin (two way)
- Sitio Tagbakin to San Nicolas via boat (two way)
- Camping Fee (Sitio Tagbakin)
- PACKAGE B – P500
- Festival Pass – Concert
- Transportation: Jollibee Tambo to Sitio Tagbakin (vice versa)
For inquiries and ticket purchase you may contact: Mr. Carlo Aguila at 043-740-7112 or 09178779144
Let’s end this summer season with a purpose. See you there!
First published in ohohleo.blogspot.com.