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The BGC Coffee Festival returns on March 18-19!

The BGC Coffee Festival is back for round two!

The Coffee Festival will take place on March 18-19 at High Street South, where various coffee brands, cycling merchants, live art, and live music will come together to celebrate our favorite caffeine drink.

Much like last year, entrance to the festival is free.

Coffee brands and shops including Elephant Grounds, harlan + holden Coffee, Single Origin Coffee & Tea, Malongo Atelier Barista, Coffee Lab, Pocofino, Luntian by Luna, Figaro, Paik’s Coffee, Supersam, Caravan Black, Twenty Four Bakeshop, and Tiger Sugar will congregate to bring you new flavors to try and opportunities to support local farmers.

New merchants joining the festival include De’ja Brew, Ten-Four Coffee by Overlandkings, Sspace Coffee, Wideye Coffee, Kombi Brew, Commune Coffee, Gourmet Farms, Kaulayaw Coffee + Gringos

Meanwhile, cycling merchants like R.O.X., adidas, 2Wheel Nation Cycling, Specialized Philippines, Built Cycles, Blocks, Passe, Everyday Camo, The Breakaway, Team ABC, are going to be there to celebrate biking as well.

Finally, bands and musicians Pedicab, Party Pace, The Espasouls, The Buzzer Beaters, The Diegos, and DJ Honey will be creating quite the vibe with their music as artists Archie Oclos, Tsarlyboy, Apok, Epi, and Bato Manila will be doing live art.

This is the second BGC Coffee Festival following the success of the first edition last September 2022.

The BGC COFFEE FESTIVAL is presented in partnership with Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) and  Bonifacio Global City Estate Association (BGCEA). — LA, GMA Integrated News