Summer Noise 2018, Manila Sundance Bazaar, and other events to go to this weekend

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED May 5, 2018 07:21 pm
Photo from The Rest Is Noise (left) and Manila Sundance Fashion Events (right)

(Inside Manila) Prepare your dry season-ready selves as several summer-themed events invade the first weekend of May. Today, we list things you can do and events you can go to, including one of the most awaited summer music fests and a summer flair series of a well-loved bazaar.


Summer Noise 2018

An ‘ear-gasmic’ noise will serenade the Metro on the 5th as music event production The Rest is Noise launches Summer Noise 2018 at Century City Mall Event Space in Makati. There will be musical acts from Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Cebu and Metro Manila. In case you weren’t able to reserve a ticket, door tickets will be available at P850.

For more information, visit The Rest Is Noise on Facebook.


Manila Sundance Bazaar

Grab your ‘kaladkarin’ friends and score amazing discounts at Manila Sundance Bazaar from May 4 to 6 at SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 1. Tops go as low as P99, denim shorts at P200, and swimwear and sandals at P250. Admission to the bazaar is P50 only, but you can get in for free by simply bringing your mobile phone with an internet connection.

SM Megamall is in Mandaluyong City. For more information, visit Manila Sundance Fashion Events on Facebook.


1st BGC Travel Fair at BGC Summer on the Street

For the first time ever, Bonifacio Global City, in partnership with the Philippine Tour Operators Association and the Department of Tourism, will be holding its first Green and Gold Tourism Fair. The event will showcase eco-cultural tourism products and services from May 4 to 6, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Further, guests can get a chance to score discounted flight deals from airlines.

For more information, visit PHILTOA, Bonifacio Global City, and Bonifacio High Street on Facebook.


Free Comic Book Day

Comic book fans, gather your horses and head on to the nearest Fully Booked branch as the bookstore will give away free comic books on May 5 (though if you go to Bonifacio High Street Branch, you can get a total of three free comics). Fret not if you arrive late and there are no supplies left because there’ll be discounted books exclusively on this day.

For more information, visit or follow Fully Booked on Facebook.



Scholastic Asia Warehouse Sale

Fiction and nonfiction books, classics, picture books, popular series, inspirational books, arts, and crafts—score these and much more gems for as low as P50! There’s also a “3 for P100” promo on selected books for those looking for some serious hoarding.

Scholastic Warehouse Sale is at Grolier Scholastic Warehouse, 70 C. Raymundo Street, Pasig City, and is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. until May 27. For more information, visit Scholastic Asia on Facebook.


Local Loca: Kwentong Barbero

Stock up on stickers, prints, zines, patches, caps, totes, and other merch at Local Loca’s first pop-up fair of 2018, “Kwentong Barbero, happening on May 5, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Cubao X. Meet the local and homegrown artists and, most importantly, support their works and keep the indie art scene alive and well.

For more information, visit Local Loca on Facebook.


Erwin Wurm at the Ayala Museum

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm’s One Minute Sculptures, the art exhibit that inspired a Red Hot Chili Peppers music video, is at the Ayala Museum and is ready to make guests a part of the art. To immortalize the experience, guests may get their own ephemeral sculptures captured and printed out using the Instax SQ10 as the institution partnered up with Fujifilm Philippines for the duration of the exhibit. 

The Ayala Museum is at Makati Avenue corner De la Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City, and is open Tuesday to Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit or follow Ayala Museum on Facebook.


Cinema Centenario

Support local indie films! Among the films you can watch this weekend are "Pauwi Na," "100 Tula Para Kay Stella," "Ang Pagsanib Kay Leah Dela Cruz," "Throwback Today," and Lino Brocka's "Maynila Sa Mga Kuko Ng Liwanag" and "Insiang." The microcinema is also looking forward to screening foreign films—the critically acclaimed “The Florida Project” topbilling the development. Tickets are at P200 each.

Cinema Centenario is at 95 Maginhawa Street, Quezon City. For more information, visit Cinema Centenario on Facebook.


Whatever you decide to attend to, it all comes down to spending a nice time off of things and having fun this weekend. Why not? You deserve it!



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