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Clark township a new favorite music festival venue

Music festivals are often held in places that promote rest amid the lush backdrop of nature; they make use of stunning greenery to enhance the enjoyment of the audience. 

Clark township a new favorite music festival venue
Filinvest Mimosa+ Clark is hosting the Oddisee Music and Arts Festival on August 24. 
Less than two hours away from congested Metro Manila, Filinvest Mimosa+ Leisure City in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga is becoming an all-in-one destination catering to both business people and leisure travelers. 

The 201-hectare township consists of Quest Hotel and Conference Center-Clark, Mimosa Golf Course, Workplus office campus, and the newly developed nature sanctuary Acacia Park.

The development is steadily becoming the preferred leisure destination in northern Luzon. It is a regular venue for marathons and fun runs.

Bolstering Filinvest Mimosa+ Leisure City’s position as a top destination for recreation and outdoor activities is its hosting of the Oddisee Music and Arts Festival happening on August 24. 

Oddisee—pronounced as Odyssey—will feature favorite local indie acts such as The Ransom Collective, Munimuni, Leanne & Naara, Oh, Flamingo!, Carousel Casualties, Basically Saturday Night, Lola Amour, Wicked Adobo and many more.

“We are happy to host the first music festival in Clark as it showcases Filinvest Mimosa+’s lush greeneries and open spaces,” says Filinvest vice president for townships Don Ubaldo. 

He adds, “We wanted to bring in more vibrancy and activity anchored in music and arts to the already vibrant culture of Pampanga. People in this region do not have to travel far to experience a different level of music scene.” 

Tickets are available at www.mynila.com/events/oddisee-music-and-arts-festival.

Topics: Filinvest Mimosa+ Leisure City , Clark Freeport Zone , Don Ubaldo

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