Bonifacio Global City’s Summer on the Street festivities include everything from pets and food to fitness and prayer

Every weekend from March 25 to May 28, various fun-for-everyone activities will be staged around Bonifacio High Street. These include food trucks, fitness sessions, a pet summit, a geek-fest convention, Easter celebration for kids, and more. The summer-long festivities is hosted by the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, the planners behind the Bonifacio Global City.

Fort Bonifacio is where you want to be this summer. Be sure to check out the schedule below.

Food Truck Festival – March 25 to 26, 9th Avenue

Pet Summit – April 2, From ROX to Fully Booked

This is a showcase of pets (including exotic animals) with activities and a pet accessories fair.

Walkways: Stations of the Cross – April 9 to 16, BHS Stretch

An annual tradition of commemorating Stations of the Cross through interactive displays with an Easter concert by international band Switchfoot.

Easter Sunday- April 16, Activity Center

Easter celebration for kids.

Health and Wellness Weekend – April 22 to 23, Ampitheater

Fitness weekend to offer a variety of wellness activities including community workouts, organic fair, plus games and challenges.

Glamping on the Street – BHS Stretch

A summer camp / glamping experience in the middle of the city with late night challenges, workshops, s’mores, etc.

United Geekdom 2 – May 7, BHS Park

World Comic Book Day and a convention of all things geek.

Mother’s Day Weekend – May 14, Ampitheater

In partnership with TLC Channel, a weekend to celebrate the things our moms love.

Waggin Tails – May 21, BHS East Park

A whole lot of activities and freebies for our furry friends.

Summer Ender Concert – May 27 or 28, Ampitheater

In partnership with AXN, a celebration of music and adventure with a summer-closing concert.


[Schedule above is subject to change without prior notice.]

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