At #GlobeFête, festival-goers got to donate a tree and name it after themselves

Globe helped plant one tree for every 100 peso donation made using GCash or Globe Rewards Points at #GlobeFête. And yes, those who donated named it after themselves!

There were all sorts of celebratory moments at this year's Fête as crowds from all walks of life gathered in various venues around Makati's booming night scene to celebrate Pinoy music at its finest.

Apart from the Greenbelt stage where Globe capped off its two-day Fête festivities, a lot of festival-goers also got to hop from one bar in Poblacion to another - depending on how extensive one's musical taste is.

Of course, those who attended this year's Fête de la Musique got to enjoy what could probably be the most diverse lineup of artists in a single festival. Indeed, #GlobeFête had everything a show-goer can expect in a fully immersive musical experience.

True to its promise, Fête de la Musique delivered a spectacle of music festivities which was not only enjoyed by Pinoy fans but also those from other countries, who showed up at Globe's various big pinned locations around Makati.

But one particular booth at the Greenbelt main stage stood out and made a lot of people stop for a minute at Fête 2019: the Globe Lounge, which promoted the telco’s advocacy, in partnership with Hineleban Foundation, in its quest to help bring back the primary rainforests in Bukidnon back to life. 

For every 100 peso donation bought using GCash or Globe Rewards points, Globe and Hineleban will plant a seed in the mountains of Bukidnon. And get this, you can name the tree after your self - all while savoring a FREE bottle of beer and enjoying good music. 

With Fête having established itself as one of the most attended music festivals in the Metro, Globe brought to the table a chance for kind-hearted individuals to participate in a great cause while having a great time.

What better way to level up Fête on its 25th year than bring some of the biggest local acts together and do something for the environment at the same time - especially now more than ever as the country faces massive deforestation. 

If you think you missed out on such a game-changing experience, fret not because you can still join the tribe and help plant more trees! Just go to!