List of concerts in Manila 2016

It's a brand new year! As we welcome the year 2016, there's a lot of concerts awaits for those concert junkies like us.

15 years of great music with Kamikazee #KamikazeeHulingSayaw

Last Thursday night, Kamikazee's last concert, Huling Sayaw was held at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Super Junior, Girls Generation at Best of Best in the Philippines 2015 #LetsTakeOverSummer

Hallyu wave blasted off Philippine Arena last April 12 as fans watched the much-awaited Best of Best of the Philippines 2015 featuring the hottest KPop groups such as Red Velvet, BToB, Girls Generation, and Super Junior.

Nostalgic, rockin night with Incubus in Manila 2015

Four years after their third concert in the country, rock band Incubus returned in Manila for their Trust Fall tour as they performed their greatest hits and from their upcoming album, "Trust Fall (Side A)" which will released on May 21.

Grateful to be recognized as one of the Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs 2015

Ian's idea, Ayan's initiative.Handling a concert and music blog is no joke! We juggled our time in watching concerts, despite of our busy schedule at work

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

97.9 Home Radio unveils new booth for the millenials!

97.9 Home Radio revealed the newly-renovated studio booth last November 15 at the Aliw Broadcasting Corporation Office, 5th Floor Citystate Building, Brgy. Obando, Pasig City.



With hopes of reaching further and bringing only the best music and entertainment to their audience, their new facilities will be available for live performances of guest artists and musicians to be heard on air and viewed live via online.

Musicians Kyle Echarri and Paolo Onesa joined the launch of the new facilities!


"Get ready to relish more on what we serve you every day, we are the MUSIC of NOW," 97.9 Home Radio is The Home of the Millennial.

To get updates, follow Home Radio on their social media accounts!
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Twitter: @979homeradio
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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Coldplay announced their Asian Tour #GlobeColdplay





Yesterday, British band Coldplay announced their Asian leg of A Head Full of Dreams Tour which is slated to be held on April 2017.

It will be the band’s first ever concerts in Taiwan, the Philippines, and South Korea (they last played Japan in 2014 and Singapore in 2009).


Sat Apr 01 - National Stadium, Singapore, SINGAPORE

Tue Apr 04 - MOA Concert Grounds, Manila, PHILIPPINES

Wed Apr 12 - Taoyuan HSR, Taipei, TAIWAN

Sat Apr 15 - Olympic Stadium, Seoul, KOREA

Wed Apr 19 - Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, JAPAN





Tickets for the Asian dates go on sale on 17 Nov (Seoul), 18 Nov (Singapore, Tokyo) and 24 Nov (Manila, Taipei).


Since March of this year, the A Head Full Of Dreams Tour has played to 2.5 million people across Latin America, the US and Europe. The show was created by the band alongside celebrated production designers Misty Buckley and Paul Normandale. The tour reaches Australia and New Zealand in December.


A Head Full Of Dreams has sold more than 5 million copies since its December 2015 release, spawning the hit singles Adventure Of A Lifetime, Hymn For The Weekend and Up&Up, with more than a billion YouTube video views between them.

Coldplay’s “A Head Full of Dreams World Tour” in Manila is presented by Globe --- the #1 mobile brand in the country today and the preferred digital brand of the Filipinos. Globe customers get first dibs on an exclusive pre-sale on November 20, 2016 at all SM Tickets outlets. 

To join the pre-sale, fans just have to text GLOBECOLDPLAY <ticket type> to 2363 on November 18 starting at 9:00 AM. Customers will receive a reservation code which they need to present to purchase the tickets at any SM Tickets branch on November 20.For details on the exclusive pre-sale, visit www.globe.com.ph/GlobeColdplay.


Follow Globe’s official Facebook page or @enjoyGlobe on Twitter and Instagram for more updates.

As the official pre-sale credit card for “A Head Full of Dreams World Tour”, Citi® card customers will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets beginning November 21-22.


Coldplay’s “A Head Full of Dreams World Tour” is produced by Live Nation and is promoted by MMI Live. Tickets to Coldplay’s “A Head Full of Dreams World Tour” in Manila will go on sale on November 24, Thursday at 10 A.M. through SM tickets outlets, smtickets.com or call 470-2222.

For more info, visit mmilive.com or follow @MMILive (on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter).

For more information, please visit Coldplay.com.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Enjoy the Christmas season with Le Grand Cirque at the Big Dome


Spend time with your kids this Yuletide season as Araneta Center has always brought a lot of firsts to Filipino audiences, and it’s no different this year as it stages the first-ever “Le Grand Cirque” at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in December. A show that will keep you on the edge of your seat, “Le Grand Cirque” lets audiences feel the thrill of death-defying stunts and unbelievable acts as in a spectacular show families can enjoy.




Direct from Las Vegas and touted as the greatest show in town, “Le Grand Cirque” promises to give high-octane family entertainment with its mesmerizing display of impossible feats of agility and strength. It is a big-scale circus production that features a group of world-class performers and artists that come from Europe, Canada, China and the UK.

Combining comedy and high-risk acrobatics, the dynamic and engaging circus show has enamored audiences all over the world. “Le Grand Cirque” mixes traditional circus acts with modern theatrical techniques to seamlessly convey a narrative or theme. It is packed with thrilling action and humor leaving its viewers, young or old, watching with bated breath.

The amazing show will feature a series of jaw-dropping routines like a Russian swing, where acrobats do impressive high jumps as they are tossed from one large floor-mounted swing to another. Acrobats and contortionists will gracefully perform high in the air and on-stage, thrilling audiences with various acts involving suspended aerial cubes, high bars, and hanging poles. Trapeze artists will also showcase their gymnastic skills with beautifully choreographed aerial stunts. Fire-breathers, hoopers, jugglers, and strongmen will also show off their skills alongside clowns that bounce along the sides of the stage. It is going to be an exciting visual display of talent mixed with an amusing play of lights and music that perfectly set the mood for every act. It also promises an extravaganza of action and spectacular choreography as well as colorful and elaborate costumes.

Sure to capture the thrill and excitement that Christmas brings, “Le Grand Cirque” shows will run from December 25, 2016 to January 3, 2017 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. For more information, visit Ticketnet website at www.ticketnetonline.ph or call its hotline at 911-5555.

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Jessica Jung Southeast Asia Fan Meeting postponed



Coridel Entertainment has regrettably announced that the postponement of Jessica Jung’s Southeast Asia Fan Meeting Tour.

The fan meeting, previously scheduled for 25 November 2016 at PICC Plenary Hall Manila, has been postponed due to health risks and concerns that the workload would be too overwhelming for the singer who is currently in full preparation mode for her upcoming album. Future dates will be announced as soon as they are available.

Launch Group extends sincere apologies on behalf of Coridel Entertainment for any inconvenience caused to ticketholders and fans alike.

Refunds will be made through the original mode of payment and ASIA BOX OFFICE will contact all patrons with further details on refund processes.

For more information, call the ASIA BOX OFFICE Hotline at (65) 6733 0360.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

A1's Here We Come Back Tour a Smashing Success in Manila

Ready or not, here they come. One of my favorite boy bands A1- are here in Manila and I was like an oogling high school fan girl again when I saw the stage at the Kia Theater this October 23 for their Here We Come - Back Tour. Their first show is held here in Manila and the next one is set at Cebu this October 25.



Before the show started, I had high hopes that they will perform their biggest hits from their albums. You see, since they were popular during the early 2000's, I had cassette tapes that you can't play anymore. Good thing everything's digital now and I can still hear their popular songs again. That is why I cannot wait to finally hear them live after XX years of being a fan.




When Ben Adams, Christian Ingrebrigsten and Mark Read took the stage, everyone was just howling like crazy. You see, I haven’t been able to see the “comeback” concerts of Backstreet Boys or Westlife and the other 90’s boybands, but A1’s fans really made sure to welcome the fabulous three.

They started the setlist with Same Old Brand New You, and we were just singing along with them. If there’s one thing I discovered about myself, it’s that I still remember the lyrics to their songs. The next tracks that they sang was Be The First To Believe, Forever In Love and Hey You.







It’s exceptionally very hot in Manila last Sunday and so they chose to sing Summertime as if the sun has not set yet. Then they made us all dance while singing Ready or Not. To be honest, it gave me all the feels because that was the song that made me like Ben so much. What touched me the most was when the three said that the fans know their songs better than them. And I think we did. I can even remember the dance steps of the song.

There is a story behind the “Everytime”, and they felt it was a very special song because it was written by three of them, at the same time. The next song was “In Love and I Hate It”, taken from their Waiting for Daylight album, their first album without Paul Marazzi, their fourth member.

We also sang along to their classic hits No More, One More Try and Walking in The Rain, Don’t Wanna Lose You Again, Heaven By Your Side, Take On Me and Make It Good. To the fans’ delight, they made a compilation of their memories of past visits to the Philippines while singing Living The Dream, because they couldn’t have lived their dream if not for their supporters.

They had a run down of the songs they haven’t performed yet and teased us with one of their most popular song but proceeded with Missing You, Grateful, If You Were My Girlfriend, One Last Song and Caught in The Middle- as supposed to be the finale. I kept on saying that A1 may look older now, but Adam’s (specifically) voice still sounds the same. I know because I used to replay the cassette tape to Ready or Not when I’m feeling down. It just sets my spirits up.

When they left the stage, almost everyone was shouting for them to come back and requesting for Like A Rose. After a few seconds, Ben’s voice blared with “And as I look into your eyes…” and everyone sang the stanzas with him until they went back on stage.

Here We Come - Back is definitely one of the best “throwback” concerts I’ve seen. This might be the only concert that I had the guts to go to on a Sunday and I have work the next day. I hope they would go back to the Philippines again and (maybe) to a bigger venue because I know of people telling me that they weren’t selling tickets anymore, few days before the concert.

And with this, I will forever cherish A1, even if I would be Caught In The Middle. :)