Dhruv's Intimate Manila Debut Felt Like Love In The Moonlight

Celine Conde

London-based singer and songwriter Dhruv graced the stage of the Podium Hall for his first-ever performance in the Philippines last July 25. The intimate concert left the audience in awe as they were mesmerized by Dhruv's soulful voice and heartfelt performances. The venue provided a cozy and personal experience, allowing Dhruv to connect with his audience in an extraordinary way.

The highlight of the night was undoubtedly when Dhruv performed his hit tracks, including the fan-favorite "Double Take." The crowd sang along passionately, word for word, creating an atmosphere of unity and excitement.

Throughout the evening, Dhruv showcased his musical versatility by performing a selection of his original compositions, such as "Airplane Thoughts," "Moonlight," and "Blur." Each song resonated deeply with the audience, as they were taken on an emotional journey through Dhruv's powerful lyrics and captivating melodies.

One of the standout moments of the concert was when Dhruv surprised the crowd with a soul-stirring jazz cover of Norah Jones' classic "Don't Know Why." The unique rendition added a touch of elegance and nostalgia to the performance, showcasing Dhruv's musical prowess.

 Dhruv expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the Manila audience, saying, "Thank you for inviting us to be here and to play in this cozy intimate show. I wanted to be here for a sec. Throughout this project Rapunzel (his debut EP) in January last year, it was like a scrapbook of like two years of my life, and I remember finishing it and [thinking] I really want to come to Asia and play it eventually."


The singer-songwriter also shared his joy at performing in Asia for the past few weeks, "we're kinda on our last three shows, so I'm really, really happy to see you guys here."


As the show came to an end, the excitement continued as Dhruv chatted up close and took memorable photos with his fans for a bit. The night was definitely unforgettable for those lucky enough to meet the artist in person.


Dhruv's first-ever performance in Manila was undoubtedly a night to remember. He teased a bit about making more music so he can do longer shows and the fans are left eagerly anticipating his return.

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