WEEKEND GUIDE | May 19 to 21: #FilAussieDay, Karnabal Festival, Waggin’ Tails


Keep it a fun weekend with our list of things to do around the metro for the next three days.

Friday, May 19
Karnabal Festival 2017
Through May 23
University of the Philippines-Diliman
Quezon City

See works of various performance makers in this event. Image sourced from Karnabal Festival’s Facebook page.

The two-week festival aims to celebrate the new wave of art-making in the country. For more information, visit Karnabal Festival’s Facebook page.

Shang Arctic Adventure
Through May 21
Shangri-La Plaza
Mandaluyong City

Cool down this summer, and enjoy a world-class broadcast augmented reality experience featuring cute Arctic penguins, seals, and a whale at Shangri-La Plaza. For more information, visit Shangri-La Plaza’s Facebook page.

Through May 21
Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza
Makati City

See this Broadway rock opera that revolves around the parables of Jesus Christ and his message of world peace and love. For more information, visit Musicartes Inc.’s Facebook page.

Saturday, May 20
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Bonifacio High Street
Taguig City

Celebrate Philippines-Australia Friendship Day with family and friends this weekend. Image sourced from Australia in the Philippines’ Facebook page.

The fun-filled event is featuring film showings, performances, learning sessions, games, and more. For more information, visit Australia in the Philippines’ Facebook page.

ART WEEKEND: A Summer Mixer
Through May 21
Erehwon Center for the Arts
Quezon City

Join this creativity bazaar that highlights local artists and craftspeople. Image sourced from Erehwon’s Facebook page.

This weekend fair features pop-up shops, cultural performances, art workshops, and more. For more information, call Erehwon at (+632) 294-5286.

Spectrum Fair
Through May 21
Whitespace Manila
Makati City

Do some retail therapy this weekend at this fair. Photo sourced from Spectrum Fair’s Facebook page.

Beatriz Accessories, Catastrophe, Neon Island, Menina Step, Olive Tree Linens, and more are some of the participating brands at the fair. For more information, visit Spectrum Fair’s Facebook page.

GetMusic Indie-Go
4 p.m.
Mall Of Asia Arena
Pasay City

Be part of this concert festival organized by MCA Music that features Philippines’ top indie bands. Image sourced from MCA Music’s Facebook page.

Performers include Autotelic, Gab Alipe, Milesexperience, Sud, Jensen and the Flips, Reese Lansangan, Somedaydream, NINNO, She’s Only Sixteen, Conscious & The Goodness, and An Honest Mistake. Ticket price starts at Php1,000. For more information, visit MCA Music’s Facebook page.

Sunday, May 21
Waggin’ Tails 2017
2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Bonifacio High Street
Taguig City

Bond with your furry friends over fun activities at this event. Image sourced from Hill’s Pet Nutrition Philippines’ Facebook page.

This festival showing appreciation for cats and dogs features games, a pet parade show, fashion show, free consultations, and many more. Admission is free. For more information, visit Hill’s Pet Nutrition Philippines’ Facebook page.