Celebrating local color and culture with BGC’s comebacking Passionfest

Bonifacio Global City’s Passionfest is staging a grand comeback after four years.

On 25 to 26 November, the festival that aims to celebrate the rich “glocal” culture of BGC and cater to the unique interests of its various communities come alive this year as the “Color and Culture Festival.”

A celebration of the Filipino fiesta with a rich 11-year history behind it, this year’s festivities will touch on food, lifestyle, sustainability and music, kicking off with the Passion Parade on 25 November.

The Passion Music Fest will be home to the likes of The Diegos and DJ Honey alongside TAGO, a percussion performance group brought in by the Korean Cultural Center.

The following day, Coke Studio will host the voices of Coke artists Kevin Montillano, John Walter and dwta to serenade Passionfest enthusiasts.

Stretches of BGC will be thriving with activities, booths and workshops designed to stimulate one’s everyday passions and experiences, like the Global Fusion Block, R.O.X. Red Rush and Go Green Zone.

There’s also Cherry Avenue, where everyone can enjoy the best of chill and fun vibes. Coke will supercharge the fun by bringing the Coke Music Lounge, plus games and even a TikTok Station.

Lastly, the Main Festival Stage, located at 5th Avenue, will feature more booths to enjoy from partners Coke, Hyundai, Globe and more, to allow everyone to fully engage with their passions throughout the two-day “color and culture” revelry.