IN PHOTOS: Summer Siren Festival 2017 was definitely the highlight of our summer


Now that summer’s ending, let’s take a look back at one of the most exciting events to ever take place this season — Summer Siren Festival 2017!  

Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net

Last May 12 to 14, InqPOP! joined festival patrons and partygoers to the Summer Siren Festival 2017 at Subic Bay, wherein a variety of outdoor activities awaited each individual. These activities included beach volleyball games, yoga sessions, poi lessons and crossfit training by the beach.

 

This group of patrons look like they enjoyed their game of beach volleyball. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
This group of patrons look like they enjoyed their game of beach volleyball. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
The soothing sound of the waves made this yoga session more enjoyable. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
The soothing sound of the waves added another level of tranquility to this yoga session. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Free Poi lessons were also provided for eager Summer Siren participants. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Free Poi lessons were also provided for eager Summer Siren participants. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net

A celebration of local music

On May 12, patrons also got the chance to marvel at the music stylings of local artists, Sud, Quest, Gab and John from Urbandub and UDD.

The ladies can’t help but swoon over Sud’s smooth vocals. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
The ladies can’t help but swoon over Sud’s smooth vocals. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Quest wows the crowd with his energetic performance. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Quest wows the crowd with his energetic performance. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Gab and John of Urbandub gave the audience chills when they sang some of their classic hits. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
Gab and John of Urbandub gave the audience chills when they sang some of their classic hits. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
UDD drew the crowd in with their showstopping performance. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net
UDD drew the crowd in with their showstopping performance. Mark Ferdinand Canoy/INQUIRER.net

And the party continued on, as Jason Dewey, High Rise and Kouta Kutsuma each played their set list to an eager crowd of festival goers.

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