5 reasons why you need to witness Jeremy Zucker perform live for More Noise World Tour in Manila

Team Manila Concert Junkies

Jeremy Zucker, an American Singer-Songwriter from New Jersey will comethru for the second time in Manila this October 8 at the New Frontier Theater.

Here are 5 reasons why you need to witness him perform live!

Photo credit: Jeremy Zucker's Facebook page

  • Zack Tabudlo as Front Act for the show

The rising Filipino singer-songwriter Zack Tabudlo, known for his hopeful yet heartbreaking song Nangangamba will be performing as the opener of Zucker’s second time here in Manila after 3 years. Watch Zack sing some of his hits and we know there’s a part inside you that doesn’t wanna miss this!

  • Comeback Tour

Zucker started touring around US and Europe after the lift of lockdown together with other amazing artists but this time he added stops in Asia including Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, and the Philippines plus a week for his Australia leg. Asian fans were eager to secure tickets after years of anticipation.

  • His Songs as a “warm hug”

As a person who sees people around him struggle in life and even himself when he’s in the dilemma of choosing between music and medical school, Jeremy writes songs about the situation of being under mental illness like the song called ‘all the kids are depressed and oh, mexico’ that even him didn’t know can save someone from the agony. He continued making songs that fragile people can rely on when things get tough as his way of giving them a hug thru rhythm and lyrics.

  • Wide-ranged Discography

From writing about happy and nostalgic feelings to heartbreaks up to mental health issues that need to be addressed that often, Zucker reflected all of it by songwriting with the help of his co-songwriter friends that also inspired him to produce music that anyone can relate to since that was the goal in his career and he’s doing a great job with it.

  • Feel Good Music

With his greatest hit titled comethru which has over 656 million streams on Spotify and 454 million views on Youtube, Jeremy Zucker paved his way to the mainstream and captured people’s mood with its relaxing melody and feel-light lyrics that he published in 2018 under the album named summer, which was the time he graduated college and this song was part of a new journey by going back to New Jersey and continued his career on music. 


Jeremy Zucker's More Noise World Tour in Manila is presented by Karpos Multimedia.

You can still buy tickets via Ticketnet outlets and online here.

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