Hugotfest Music Festival really gave everyone a treat: a treat for a broken heart!

Caviteños just can’t get enough of the hugot fever! With Hugotfest: Music Festival, Dauntless Manila comes back stronger than ever to bring everyone to tears.

Silent Sanctuary, December Avenue, I Belong to the Zoo, Mayonnaise and Munimuni made sure to make everyone cry last Saturday, November 10.

And let me tell you, Hugotfest and the bands got everyone tongue-tied! Dauntless Manila must have forgotten the “Fragile for the Broken Heart” sign!

Here’s a juicy recap of what went down at Buffed N’ Barbed that night!

Everyone had their fingers crossed for Hugotfest Music Festival. Especially those who missed the previous Kawitfest Music Festival. Everyone just kept coming back for more!

Fans were camera-ready, snapping away photos and shooting videos to save a memory of the heart-wrenching night. But someone was lucky enough to snag autographs from the bands themselves. Sweet!

But you know what’s juicier? The clips of the bands rocking our hearts out!

First off, our all-time fave, Silent Sanctuary:

Silent Sanctuary has always been killing us softly with ‘Ipagpatawad Mo’ since day one!

December Avenue who surely knows the broken heart:

December Avenue is known for their relatable heartbreaking songs. And it keeps getting better and better!

I Belong to the Zoo, people!

Here’s Mayonnaise, too!

Who knew Mayonnaise could make ‘Nadarang‘ cooler than ever?

And last but definitely not the least, Munimuni!

Munimuni seriously has the hots for breaking hearts out there.

Hugotfest Music Festival did live up to its name!

Even with all those #hugot songs, the hype never faded and it lasted throughout the whole night. Both the fans and the bands endured and yes, they have conquered. #HugotfestMusicFestival is definitely another Dauntless Manila success!

How about you? Were you there at the Hugotfest Music Festival, singing your hearts out? Which songs made you tear up? Share your remarkable hugot moments at the comments section below! Or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh. We’d love to hear from you!