Day two of Head in the Clouds Manila was filled with excitement, but also some challenges as thunderstorms caused the cancellation of several sets. Despite the challenges, the festival continued with a strong lineup of talented artists who brought their unique styles and sounds to the stage. Here are some highlights from the final day of Head in the Clouds Manila:
DJ E-Man kicked off the festivities, hyping up the crowd as he set the tone for the rest of the festival.
Up next was Denise Julia, who mesmerized the audience with her soulful voice and catchy melodies. She also treated the crowd to an unreleased song called “Butterflies”.
Rapper Spence Lee’s smooth, powerful voice drew in the crowd, and as he sang, people were entranced by his infectious energy and stage presence.
Guapdad 4000’s energetic stage presence and sharp flow had the crowd moving and chanting “ISSA CHECK!!” all throughout his set.
Akini Jing captivated the audience with her beautiful voice and moving melodies. Her set included a mix of original songs and covers of popular hits.
As Elephante dropped pounding beats and pulsing rhythms, the audience was swept up in the excitement, dancing and jumping along to the music. His performance was a feast for the senses, with flashing lights, smoke machines, and other special effects adding to the electric atmosphere.
Bibi’s charming stage presence added to the fun and energetic atmosphere. Between performances of her original songs, she interacted with the crowd, even learning how to say “mahal kita”
“If you get wet, I get wet,” eaJ said as the rain started pouring during his set. The former Day6 vocalist was extra appreciative to the crowd, who vibed with his songs from start to finish.
ZEDD’s set was a cathartic experience, not just for EDM fans, but for the entire crowd, as this was the first time in a long time that many attendees were experiencing this kind of energy again. The DJ had the whole crowd dancing and screaming at the top of their lungs to his hits.
Niki took the crowd on an emotional journey through her new album Nicole, complete with matching costume changes and visuals from the album’s accompanying short film. Each song was met with enthusiastic cheers and applause, and she closed her set with her hits “Low-key” and “Every Summertime”.
And that was Head in the Clouds Manila! With two days of amazing performances from a diverse lineup of talented artists, it was an experience to remember. We’re already looking forward to the next edition!