“Slow down so I can follow you…” – Panama
The whole event needs to slow down, literally, like everything went so fast and I missed most of the happenings up on stage. It’s a whole new experience to me.
Aside from concerts, I haven’t really gotten myself to a Music Festival, but not just because it’s expensive and it’s hard for me to spend thousands just for it. (Haha! Miserly!) but because I’m also not familiar with the set of artists and their songs. So, nah!
But the stars unite and allows me to experience the galactic festival of this year’s Wanderland. I don’t know what to expect so I followed the Wanderland 2016 playlist on Spotify to prepare myself to sing-a-long and for a fan girling moment. Since then, I learned to love ’em and my most favorite is Bon Iver!!! O my gosh!!! The bearded hipster Justin Vernon. He has this inner emo that shows in his music. The lyrics embraces life lessons that have a lovely and melancholy vibe.
But to tell you honestly, I wasn’t able to finish the whole set of Bon Iver and all the other artists. We were too busy manning the TOMS Outpost which is not bad at all.
It’s a great opportunity to meet TOMS Tribe
These are some of the things I get to work and play at the same time.
My most favorite is the ambush interview we had with random people and asked random questions. TOMS also offers its new coffee (for free!) that you can drink in a cool couche inside the TOMS tent.
Basically the goal is to build a community…naturally. Wherein it gives us an opportunity to meet people from different walks of life and talk about TOMS giving trip. Then they can also try it virtually using the Samsung VR gear.
TOMS Outpost at Wanderland
(Photo Credits to Ja and TOMS)