GLOBE EXCLUSIVE: Get Your Head in the Clouds with an Impressive Lineup of Asian Talents at Great Ticket Discounts!
Get a chance to catch your favorite Asian acts at a huge 53% ticket discount for a limited period only!
Long-time partners Globe and 88rising are bringing the 2022 Head in the Clouds Music & Arts Festival to Manila for the first time on December 9 and 10 at the SM Festival Grounds in Parañaque City.
As a special treat from Globe, you can grab the two-day General Admission ticket for only ₱6,888 from its original price of ₱12,888. Just buy your tickets at www.smtickets.com from November 15–30 using the special code GLOBEPASS to avail of the extra-low offer. Visit glbe.co/HITCFlashSale for more details.
The annual music festival is set to wow the Filipino audience with an impressive range of curated talent from 88rising, the pioneering and internationally-renowned music and media company amplifying Asian talent and culture worldwide.
For this much-anticipated event presented by Globe, be ready to be impressed by Japan’s R&B singer-songwriter Joji and musical duo YOASOBI; highly-popular Chinese rapper, singer, and record producer Jackson Wang (also of global KPOP group GOT7); homegrown Indonesian talents NIKI and Rich Brian; and Korean-American musician eaJ (formerly known as Jae Park of South Korean rock band DAY6).
You can also watch live performances of South Korean singer-songwriter BIBI, Filipino-Canadian musicians MANILA GREY, Indonesian rapper-singer Warren Hue, Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter-actress Ylona Garcia, Filipino singer-songwriter-musician Zack Tabudlo, Filipino-African-American rapper GUAPDAD4000, Japanese girl group Atarashii Gakko!, Thai rapper MILLI, and many more. Grammy-winning hitmaker and electronic producer ZEDD joins as a special guest.
“We are thrilled to be part of Head in the Clouds and we want to share this excitement with our Globe Subscribers by offering Globe-exclusive discounts on the GA Passes. This way, we can expose more people not only to established Asian artists but also to creative young Asian talents who are breaking into the global stage,” said Pia Gonzalez-Colby, Globe Chief Marketing Officer.
In 2020, Globe and 88rising teamed up to elevate Filipino talent through the local label Paradise Rising, which serves as a platform to establish a presence for Philippine artists in the US. Paradise Rising is now part of the music division of KROMA, Globe’s tradigital entertainment company passionate about creators, talent, content, and technology.