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Perfect weekend family treat

/ 01:35 AM March 18, 2017


Enjoy an exciting weekend festival of food, music, fun-filled activities, and thrilling aerial shows of drones and kites at the Wind Residences Country Club Estate in Tagaytay.

The festival, which will be held from April 22 to 23, will feature organic food produce from the Morning Market, and host a variety of activities perfect for that weekend family bonding. A food park will also be set up to serve scrumptious dishes on weekends until May 14.


You can look forward to seeing your favorite musical artists and bands including Barbie Almalbis, Ebe Dancel, True Faith and Up Dharma Down. For those who are into watching aerial shows, an exhibition of big kites and speed kites will also be held, along with fun activities such as flying mini drones, kites, and other remote-controlled aircraft.

Participants can show off their personalized kites during the event.

During the aerial shows, visitors and residents can immerse in the newest high-flying sport of First Person View (FPV) Drone Racing. Guests can try to fly their own FPVs on the track or watch the professionals race.

Meanwhile, kids and adults who enjoy arts and crafts can join in on the fun by creating their own aerial crafts like toy airplanes, aerial origami, aero gliders, model planes and other high-flying contraptions.

All these can be had only at the Wind Residences, a 15-hectare residential and commercial development located at the heart of country’s second summer capital.

Make this a quick weekend getaway, as Wind Residences is also a premiere staycation destination with breathtaking views of Taal Lake and the Metro Manila skyline.

So make sure to block off the fourth weekend of April and enjoy the weekend festival with your family and friends at the Wind Residences.

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