IN PHOTOS: UP Fair is better – and louder – than ever

Gelo Lasin

For the past few years, the UP Fair has not only been a music concert, but also as an avenue for good company to create precious memories with.

Thousands of people flocked to the famous UP Sunken Garden last Wednesday, February 13 at UP Fair: Elements and they had the best time as they sang and danced to the musical performances of their favorite artists and bands.

Food was definitely not amiss since the food stalls had a wide array of food choices. The advocacy booths did not disappoint as well as they showcased fun activities to interact with the fairgoers at the same time imparting their specific advocacies.

This year, UP Elements’ call was DEFEND PRESS FREEDOM. The advocacy’s relevance was greatly fortified as Patricia Evangelista of Rappler stood in the place of the keynote speaker of the night.

A surprise performance shocked the audience as Shanti Dope accompanied Gloc 9 in his performance along with Parokya ni Edgar.

 

 

Itchyworms and Ely Buendia serenaded the crowd with their classic hits.

Rocksteddy engaged and hyped the crowd with his attempted crowd surfing.

The night ended with a lively performance from Sponge Cola.

It is undeniable that UP Fair: Elements has affirmed themselves as one of the best nights to look forward to every year.

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