Zero8Two brings best bands to Davao City

SunStar Photos by Ramcez Villegas
SunStar Photos by Ramcez Villegas

THE crowd went wild at the Crocodile Park, Saturday evening, August 12 as their favorite bands performed their hit songs during the Zero8Two music festival.

Dabawenyos did not hold back from singing their hearts out as their favorite songs were sung by their favorite local and mainstream bands.

Local bands and performers like Jayson in Town, Korde, Tricia, Missing Filemon, Tarot Music, DJ Sam, and Julian took the Dabawenyos on a wild ride with their music.

With the biggest stage prepared in the city, the organizers did not hold back in bringing the best to Davao City for its Kadayawan Festival as they invited three of the most popular bands in the Philippines: December Avenue, Parokya ni Edgar, and Kamikazee.

During the most anticipated performance of the major bands, the spectators were given a rollercoaster ride as December Avenue gave them a senti vibe while Parokya ni Edgar and Kamikazee gave them a nostalgic run-through of their childhood memories.

December Avenue broke everyoneu0019s heart when they serenaded the crowd with their u0018mapanakitu0019 songs like u001cSa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan (Sa Ngalan ng Pag-ibigu001d and u001cKung u0018Di Rin Lang Ikaw.u001d

Meanwhile, Chito Miranda and the entire Parokya sang their hits such as u001cPara Sau0019you001d, u001cSilvertoesu001d, and u001cAlumni Homecomingu001d which surely brought back memories of your childhood.

Two lucky Dabawenyos even got to sing with Miranda onstage when he sang the highly requested u001cBagsakan."

Miranda even took snaps with the two praising their performance.

When Kamikaze took the stage, the music festival turned into a rock and roll concert with everybody jumping and jiving to their hit songs u001cNardau001d, u001cHuling Sayawu001d, and their version of APO Hiking Societyu0019s u001cDoobidoou001d despite the light drizzle.

People in the front were lucky as the Kamikazee vocalist, Jay Contreras, threw his jacket, shirt, shoes, socks, and even his hat to the audience, to the delight of everybody.

Contreras jokingly said that everybody should not worry since he will leave the area with only his perfume on.

As the sound of live guitar, keyboard, and drums died down, electronic dance music (EDM) immediately replaced it, signaling the start of the rave party. Hundreds of people danced to the beat in the middle of the night, ending their musical feast journey with a bang.

Apart from catering to everybodyu0019s musical cravings, Zero8Two made sure that everybody enjoyed the festival with a full stomach as dozens of food stalls lined up before the entrance of the event space.

People were treated to various food choices such as barbecue, food bowls, drinks, and games that gave everyone the utmost entertainment experience.

And since it was open to all visitors, everybody - with or without a ticket - flocked to the market to have a taste of the food selections.

It was not just a musical extravaganza, the Zero8Two music festival was a pit of emotions and memories in which Dabawenyos can look back when they reminisce about the 38th Kadayawan Festival.


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