Mamamoo's Hwasa, Maroon 5's PJ Morton complete Wanderland 2024 line-up

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Mamamoo's Hwasa, Maroon 5's PJ Morton complete Wanderland 2024 line-up
Artists Thundercat, Hwasa, and PJ Morton
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MANILA, Philippines — The full line-up of this year's Wanderland Music and Arts Festival is out, highlighted by the likes of Hwasa from Korean girl group Mamamoo and Maroon 5 keyboardist PJ Morton.

Karpos revealed the remaining artists for Wanderland four months after the first wave was announced.

Jack Johnson is the headliner for Day 1, whose line-up includes electropop band Parcels, Welsh singer-songwriter Novo Amor, Korean rapper Beenzino, indie rock band Bird and Filipino-Japanese pop singer-songwriter Ena Mori.

New international acts for the first day are Australian electronic duo Cosmo's Midnight and Korean folk-rock band Bosudong Cooler, while added local acts are Lola Amour, Gabba Santiago and Jose Miguel.

American artist and Grammy winner Thundercat will headline Day 2, joined by American singer Jeff Bernat, Taiwanese singer-guitarist Clouddriver and Sydney-based Filipino-Australian singer Grentperez.

Previously announced local acts performing on Day 2 are pop-rock singer Paolo Sandejas, Bicolano singer dwta, and "accidental pandemic" supergroup Party Pace, which is composed of Eraserheads and Sandwich member Raimund Marasigan, IV of Spades drummer Badjao de Castro, Chicosci bassist Eco Del Rio and guitarist John Apura.

Hwasa and PJ are among the new international acts for the second day as are indie pop band The Walters and a DJ set by Breakbot & Irfane.

Wanderland will also feature artworks by Trnz, Beeto, Seeweirdo, Valvee and Babsilog.

Last year's Wanderland was headlined by Carly Rae Jepsen, Phoenix, Dashboard Confessional, FKJ, Raveena, No Rome, Sunset Rollercoaster, Balming Tiger, plus some local acts like Rico Blanco, Ylona Garcia, Blaster Silonga, August Wahh and The Ridleys.

RELATED: Wanderland 2024 unveils first wave of artists, ticket selling phases

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