It’s finally back! Beach junkies, foodies and music lovers unite at Zambales’ most awaited event: the second edition of Zambapalooza.
The three-day, two-night festival that’s all about good vibes, and good vibes only trains the spotlight on the province’s passions and main attractions to elevate its status as a destination of choice for the adventurours traveler.
For those unfamiliar with the Zambapalooza way, different people from all over the country gather for this party that’s ultimately more than just that. The goal is not just to visit Zambales once for this event, but to for you to be able to explore the province and find reasons to make you want to come back again, and again, and again. Trust us; there will be many, and they will be easy to find.
This year’s Zambapalooza will be held at Crystal Beach Resort, San Narciso, Zambales, on the weekend of November 3 to 5. Imagine it; three breezy nights on a cool November night with soulful music permeating the airwaves and only good people (and great beer) as company on long, uninterrupted stretches of shoreline. Perfection.
Make the most of your three-day stay with all the fun stuff you can do while you’re there:
1. Beach activities: San Narciso is known for its beaches and its waves that have tempted surfers from near and far. Ride your first waves with discounted surf classes during the Zambapalooza weekend.
2. Cultural experiences: Watch the Aeta cultural shows or get their own henna tattoo. If you would love to learn a new craft, there will be pottery classes giving you a chance to mold earth and experience an ancient practice. Explorers can go to half-day city tours
3. Food must-tries: Fresh mango, mango wine, fresh avocado, avocado shake, repeat. Grocery-bought fruit will never taste the same again. Pair any of these with Zambales‘ take on a bagnet meal, and you’re good to go.
4. Music acts: Only the best will be heard at Zambapalooza! Keep your eyes peeled and ears alert for tunes by Franco, Autotelic, Aia De Leon, SUD, Jensen and the Flips, Jordan Bautista, Mayonnaise, Kjwan, Hale, and Mojofly.
Best of all, the event is fully supported by the government as Ignite Philippines Inc., some of the great guys behind Zambapalooza this year, has pledged a portion of Zambapalooza’s sales to the Aeta Development Association Kanaynayan Inc. (ADAKI). Even when the party is over, festival-goers will still be making an impact.
For ticket Zambapalooza rates and purchases, visit ignitephlippines.com/zambapalooza. Remember that Zambapalooza tickets will be sold at ultra-low rates from October 13 to 30, so don’t miss out!