All the artists we’re looking forward to at Fête de la Musique 2024 | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

Jason Dhakal, Morobeats, and August Wahh
Jason Dhakal, Morobeats, and August Wahh | Photos from @jasondhakal/Instagram, Spotify, and Careless Music

This is Fête de la Musique for the Makati partygoer



Fête de la Musique 2024 is just around the corner. 

On June 21, Friday, on World Music Day, performances of all sounds and genres will make their way to the Greenbelt 3 Park. From 4 p.m. to midnight, talents such as Shanni, Autotelic, Morobeats, and Any Name’s Okay will grace the Fête stage for a celebration of music like no other.

But it doesn’t end there. For its 30th anniversary in the Philippines, Fête de la Musique 2024 is set to be its biggest edition yet. Across 21 locations, 40 pocket stages, and 70 destination stages, there will be performances for every kind of listener, no matter where in the country you are.


Though if you’re anywhere near Makati, you wouldn’t need to travel far to catch your favorite performers. Just in the city alone (excluding the main stage), choose from 40 pocket stages around Poblacion. Here are some artists we’re looking forward to watching.

READ: All the artists appearing at Fête de la Musique 2024 

Jason Dhakal x Lustbass

Sultry and smooth are words that come to mind when describing Jason Dhakal’s sensual brand of R&B. The singer-songwriter will be joined by co-producer and multi-instrumentalist Lustbass as they serenade the Greenbelt 3 Park main stage. In case you missed it, Jason also just released a cover of VST & Company’s “Awitin Mo, Isasayaw Ko.”

READ: Listening Party: Jason Dhakal, DENȲ, and Zack Tabudlo stand out as OPM’s best and latest

August Wahh

Fresh off the release of her latest single “Bitter,” soloist August Wahh is set to light up both the H&J Sports Bar & Restaurant and Good Sh*t Craft on June 28, Friday. Keep an ear out too for some never-before-heard tracks as August is also gearing up for a new EP later this year.

Leanne & Naara

The singer-songwriter duo will be making their latest appearance at Fête de la Musique’s acoustic stage at the Coda Wet Bar on the 28th. Get ready to groove along to some of their best songs, from “New York And Back” to “Again.”


Moving the needle for Filipino rap and Mindanaoan music, rap collective Morobeats will have you jumping and bopping at both the Greenbelt 3 Park main stage and the hip-hop stage at the Justin Alonte Studio. If you’re unfamiliar with the group, check out “Pananabik,” “Kendeng,” and “Kahit Gaano Kainit” and find yourself falling in love with this up-and-comer.

Rising P-pop acts

As P-pop continues to make waves behind the likes of Bini and SB19, the rest of the landscape continues to grow and flourish alongside it. At Fête de la Musique’s P-pop stage at One Ayala on the 28th, rising acts such as Kaia, 1st.One, and Dione will be showing why you should stan them next.


At the Extra Funky Stage at Annex House, Subicbae will have you moving and grooving with an array of fun, nostalgic tracks—and occasionally, unexpected, danceable bops.

La Crema

Joining August Wahh at the blues, funk, soul stage at the H&J Sports Bar & Restaurant is La Crema, a quintet sure to give you your retro fix. Keen on getting to know the group more? Their newly released album might be the perfect introduction.

Sky Dominique

Catch Sky Dominique at Fête’s p°lanet stage at Nokal for a DJ set rife with heavy-hitting song choices and immaculate transitions. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes because you’re in for a long night on the dance floor.


Also at the acoustic stage at the Coda Wet Bar on the 28th is Zsaris, a live-loop performer, singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist all in one.

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