PayMaya Powers GoodVybes Music Festival

PayMaya Philippines will be powering the GoodVybes Fest music festival’s cashless payment transactions for food, beverage and merchandise purchase within the event grounds.


GoodVybes Fest

The GoodVybes Fest on February 20 will have an estimated attendance of more than 10,000 music fans. It will be one of the first music festivals in the Philippines to exclusively offer cashless payment transactions. This trend follows the lead of other big music festivals around the world — such as Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in California, the Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago, and the Tomorrowland EDM Festival in Belgium.

The GoodVybes Fest will be held on the Aseana City Open Grounds. It is set to become one of the biggest music festivals in the Philippines this year, and will features bands such as the Passion Pit, Scottish electronic band Chvrches, and Canadian pop and rock indie band Stars, among many others.

Use Your PayMaya Cards

GoodVybes Fest attendees will be issued PayMaya prepaid cards for FREE when they purchase an initial load value of PHP300. They can then use the cards to buy food, beverage, and merchandise merchants within the festival venue, and simply load up again if needed.

Those issued with free PayMaya cards can continue using it well after the festival. They can just load it up and enjoy the convenience and security of cashless payments in all establishments, merchants, and service providers that accept VISA.

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