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The Band Camino treats Filipino fans with new songs for Bobapalooza 2024

Filipino fans of The Band Camino are in for a treat as the pop-rock band revealed they will play new songs during the BobaPalooza Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, Feb. 25.

The Nashville-based trio, made up of Jeffery Jordan, Spencer Stewart, and Garrison Burgess, also expressed their excitement about performing in the Philippines for the first time during a media conference ahead of the music festival.

The Band Camino treats Filipino fans with new songs for BobaPalooza 2024

The Band Camino

“A lot of our friends have fans here in the Philippines and told us about how amazing fans are over here. You guys are so kind and hospitable, friendly, kind and energetic, and we’re just so excited to feel that onstage,” Jordan said.

“A few songs were actually never played live from the new record yet, so we have a few new songs in the set, which will be exciting. I feel like it’s a good switch out for our first time here. But other than that, we’re just ready to play,” he added.

The Band Camino

The Band Camino

When asked about artists they want to collaborate with the most, the band answered John Bellion and Post Malone, adding that they still want to collaborate with Taylor Swift, who listed the band’s song “Berenstein” on a playlist of songs she loved back in 2018.

The band assured their fans that they would “put on a good show and spring energy” during their first-ever live performance in the country.

Band Camino is one of the international headliners of the country’s anticipated music and arts festival alongside Pale Waves, Bad Suns, and Atarashii Gakko.


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