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Concert Rundown: The Hottest Shows in Metro Manila This September 2018

Welcome the ‘-ber’ months with entertainment and live shows!

By: Denisse Shawntel Tan | September 05, 2018

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September is here, which means the “-ber” months have officially started! The previous eight months have already brought amazing concerts to Manila, but the remaining four months promise more live shows that will keep us entertained as the year ends. This September alone, we are already presented with a diverse lineup of performers.

This month, there’s something for both young and old music lovers, such as Dua Lipa’s first major concert in Manila and the Debbie Gibson and Tiffany concert. If you want to know who else is slated to perform this month, check out our rundown of the hottest concerts in Metro Manila this September 2018.


1. Dreaming Of Home

When: September 14, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Music Museum
Ticket Prices:
PhP800 for Balcony
PhP1,500 for Orchestra Side
PhP2,000 for Orchestra Center
PhP2,500 for VIP






Noel Cabangon and Davey Langit called their collaboration a fitting thing to do since they have several similarities. For one, both hail from the north and have studied in Baguio. In addition to that, the two are also established singer-songwriters who have gained success in Manila.

Fans of the two acclaimed musicians can expect a show inspired by folk music—a musical influence they both got from Baguio. Noel Cabangon is known for his renditions of “Di Na Natuto” (Never Learned) and “Araw Gabi” (Day and Night) while Davey Langit is known for writing Yeng Constantino’s “Cool Off” and “Time In.”

Tickets are available at Ticketworld outlets and Ticketworld online.

How to get to Music Museum: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Ortigas Station. Take the northbound exit then walk towards Robinsons Galleria. Ride a jeepney to San Juan or take any G Liner or RRCG bus heading to Quiapo. Ask the driver to drop you off at Greenhills. The Music Museum is beside the Promenade Mall.


2. Dua Lipa Live in Manila

When: September 14, 2018
Concert time to be announced
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,750 for General Admission
PhP2,650 for Upper Box
PhP3,800 for Lower Box B
PhP4,800 for Lower Box A
PhP7,500 for Patron
PhP8,500 for Platinum






Dua Lipa, the talented woman behind the infectious chart-topper “New Rules,” will finally have her first solo major concert in the country. She has already performed in the metro twice last year, one as part of the roster of In the Mix 2017 where she sang five songs. Besides “New Rules,” the 23 year-old Albanian-English pop star’s other hits include “IDGAF,” “New Love,” “One Kiss,” Thinking Bout You,” and “Blow Your Mind.”

Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Take the MRT-3 and get off at Taft Avenue Station. Head outside and take a jeepney shuttle heading to SM Mall of Asia. Regular fare is PhP9. Get off the jeep and walk towards the eye-shaped building. That is the SM Mall of Asia Arena.


3. Postmodern Jukebox

When: September 14, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP2,650 for Price Level 6
PhP4,240 for Price Level 5
PhP3,710 for Price Level 4
PhP4,770 for Price Level 3
PhP7,045 for Price Level 2
PhP9,650 for Price Level 1






Postmodern Jukebox is a musical collective that has amassed a Youtube following for flawlessly incorporating today’s popular music with classical styles such as jazz and Motown. It is composed of an impressive roster of classical musicians and vocalists who have one mission: to bring the classical sound back to the mainstream.

If you’re curious how Ed Sheeran’s hit “Shape of You” would sound like if it were made in the 70s, Postmodern Jukebox will answer your curiosity. Some of their other popular covers include “All About the Bass,” “Despacito,” and “Just Dance.”

How to get to Kia Theatre: You can take either the LRT-2 or MRT-3 and get off at the Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station. Walk along Aurora Boulevard and turn to General Aguinaldo Avenue, which is at the right side. Then take a left turn to get to Kia Theatre.


4. Tiffany and Debbie Gibson

When: September 15, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,590 for General Admission
PhP3,710 for Upper Box
PhP4,770 for Lower Box
PhP6,890 for Patron
PhP7,420 for VIP






Here’s a treat for the titos and titas: two of your childhood faves would be joining forces for the ultimate throwback concert in Manila. Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, both iconic pop stars of the late 80s to the early 90s, will have their first concert in the metro as a tandem this month.

If millennials have the Britney Spears-Christina Aguilera rivalry, the older generation has the Debbie Gibson-Tiffany friction. The two were pitted against each other for both releasing debut albums in 1987 and having hits that reached the top of the Billboard charts. Both succeeded and gained loyal fans who have been supporting them for years.

Some of the songs that fans can expect to hear during the show include “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “Electric Youth,” “Lost In Your Eyes,” and “Could’ve Been.” Tickets are available at SM tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Follow the directions that were previously given.


5. My Love, Always

When: September 15, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP2,100 for Price Level 4
PhP3,150 for Price Level 3
PhP3,675 for Price Level 2
PhP4,200 for Price Level 1






Besides Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, there’s another throwback concert that will certainly make you reminisce the good old days. Shane Filan of the group Westlife will be back to Philippine shores this September for a major concert. He promoted his album last February, but his last concert in the country was in 2014.

Manila is part of his “My Love, Always” tour which promotes his album of the same name. Besides performing some of Westlife’s popular songs such as “Uptown Girl,” “If I Let You Go,” “Swear it Again,” and “What About Now?,” he will also be performing his new songs.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow directions that were given previously.


6. Alden Richards: Adrenaline Rush

When: September 21, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,780 for Price Level 4
PhP2,780 for Price Level 3
PhP3,880 for Price Level 2
PhP4,780 for Price Level 1






Alden Richards is indeed a very busy man this year. Besides his regular stint at the noontime show “Eat Bulaga,” he is also currently working on his new series “Victor Magtanggol.” But despite all these projects, Alden proves how hardworking and talented he is by taking to the stage this September.

After the sold-out success of his Upsurge concert, Alden offers another exciting show to his ever-loyal fans. The announcement for the special guests is yet to be announced by GMA.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow the directions that were given previously.


7. A Lani Morissette: A Musical Journey

When: September 22 to 23, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: The Theatre at Solaire
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,000 for Zone D
PhP2,000 for Zone C
PhP3,000 for Premium Gold
PhP4,000 for Zone B
PhP5,000 for Zone A
PhP6,000 for VIP






You might have to take a double take at the name of this show because it’s not actually the Canadian-American singer and songwriter Alanis Morissette who’s having a concert. It’s actually the show of Lani Misalucha and Morissette Amon—both powerhouse vocalists of the country. The two are known for their impressive vocal chops, which is why Lani is called “Asia’s Nightingale” while Morissette is called “Asia’s Phoenix.” They will be having a back-to-back show which will highlight their individual journey towards achieving the peak of their careers.

Lani is known for her songs “Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin” (I Will Love You Tomorrow) and “Sana Dalawa Ang Puso Ko” (I Wish My Heart Were Two) while Morissette is known for her renditions of “Akin Ka Nalang” (Be Mine Instead) and “Secret Love Song.”

Tickets are available at Ticketworld outlets and Ticketworld online.

How to get to The Theatre at Solaire: Take the MRT to Taft Avenue Station. Ride a jeepney to SM Mall of Asia. Look for the free Solaire shuttle terminal. It is just in front of the mall. The Theatre at Solaire is accessible from the drop-off area via The Shoppes and Theatre parking area.


8. Sharon Cuneta at 40

When: September 28, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Smart Araneta
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,272 for Price Level 6
PhP2,650 for Price Level 5
PhP5,300 for Price Level 4
PhP6,360 for Price Level 3
PhP7,420 for Price Level 2
PhP10,600 for Price Level 1






Sharon Cuneta is also known as “Megastar,” a title she earned by working hard. After 40 years in the business, her star still continues to shine—a hard feat to achieve in an industry where fame is hard to maintain. As a treat for her supporters or “Sharonians,” she will hold a special concert to commemorate this milestone in her career and life.

Joining her on stage would be Zsa Zsa Padilla, Kuh Ledesma, Basil Valdez, Regine Velasquez, Gary Valenciano, and Martin Nievera. Ryan Cayabyab, Mel Villena, and Louie Ocampo would be the musical directors of the show.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Smart Araneta Coliseum: Take either LRT-2 or MRT-3 and get off at Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station and from there walk towards Gateway Mall. From there, Smart Araneta Coliseum can be seen immediately.


9. Unique the Grandma Tour

When: September 29, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP848 for Price Level 5
PhP1,272 for Price Level 4
PhP2,120 for Price Level 3
PhP2,650 for Price Level 2
PhP3,922 for Price Level 1






Unique Salonga is a solo artist who would be having his first solo concert in Manila this month. Unique was the former frontman of IV of Spades, a local band known for their smooth vocals and funky songs reminiscent of the 70’s disco era. After leaving the band, Unique released “Midnight Sky,” a single which received positive reception from fans, critiques, and his fellow musicians.

A month before his solo concert, he released his 12-track album titled Grandma, which also gained attention from netizens. Some of the songs from the album that he is expected to perform are “Ozone,” “Apoy ng Kandila” (Fire of the Candle), “Goodnight Prayer,” and “I’ll Break Your Little Heart”

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow the directions that were given previously.


10. Seventeen

When: September 29, 2018; 7:30 PM
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,590 for Generic Ad
PhP2,650 for General Admission
PhP6,890 for Lower Box C
PhP9,010 for Lower Box B
PhP11,130 for Lower Box A
PhP13,250 for VIP seated, Standing A and B, Seated C






Korean pop (K-pop) group Momoland performed in Manila last month, and this September another K-pop group would be visiting for a one-night only concert. Just like Momoland, Seventeen or SVT, is currently one of the hottest K-pop acts in Korea and internationally. Despite being called “Seventeen,” the boy group is actually composed of 13 talented members who can sing and dance as good as they look. As their name suggests, most of their songs evoke the feeling of being young and seventeen.

The group debuted last 2015 and has been releasing hits after hits such as “Don’t Wanna Cry,” “Oh My!,” “Clap,” and “Very Nice.” Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Follow directions that were previously given.


Tips for purchasing tickets and watching the show:


  • Upon buying tickets, check the policy regarding the ticket transaction.
  • If you’re watching with a big group, check how many tickets can be issued per person.
  • To be updated on last-minute changes, follow the social media pages of the event organizer, the venue, or the artist.
  • Only buy tickets from the official distributor to avoid being scammed.
  • If you have a car and want to secure the best parking spot, come early at the venue. This is achievable by adjusting your travel time to avoid traffic.
  • Arriving early also helps for those whose tickets are for free seating only.
  • Practice basic courtesy. Do not take someone’s reserved seats.
  • Follow the rules and regulation of the venue. Check what is allowed to bring inside the venue.
  • Make sure to follow the dress code, if any, of the venue.
  • Keep an eye on your personal belongings to avoid theft.


Which of these shows would you watch this month? Tell us in the comments section below!

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September is here, which means the “-ber” months have officially started! The previous eight months have already brought amazing concerts to Manila, but the remaining four months promise more live shows that will keep us entertained as the year ends. This September alone, we are already presented with a diverse lineup of performers.

This month, there’s something for both young and old music lovers, such as Dua Lipa’s first major concert in Manila and the Debbie Gibson and Tiffany concert. If you want to know who else is slated to perform this month, check out our rundown of the hottest concerts in Metro Manila this September 2018.


1. Dreaming Of Home

When: September 14, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Music Museum
Ticket Prices:
PhP800 for Balcony
PhP1,500 for Orchestra Side
PhP2,000 for Orchestra Center
PhP2,500 for VIP




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Noel Cabangon and Davey Langit called their collaboration a fitting thing to do since they have several similarities. For one, both hail from the north and have studied in Baguio. In addition to that, the two are also established singer-songwriters who have gained success in Manila.

Fans of the two acclaimed musicians can expect a show inspired by folk music—a musical influence they both got from Baguio. Noel Cabangon is known for his renditions of “Di Na Natuto” (Never Learned) and “Araw Gabi” (Day and Night) while Davey Langit is known for writing Yeng Constantino’s “Cool Off” and “Time In.”

Tickets are available at Ticketworld outlets and Ticketworld online.

How to get to Music Museum: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Ortigas Station. Take the northbound exit then walk towards Robinsons Galleria. Ride a jeepney to San Juan or take any G Liner or RRCG bus heading to Quiapo. Ask the driver to drop you off at Greenhills. The Music Museum is beside the Promenade Mall.


2. Dua Lipa Live in Manila

When: September 14, 2018
Concert time to be announced
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,750 for General Admission
PhP2,650 for Upper Box
PhP3,800 for Lower Box B
PhP4,800 for Lower Box A
PhP7,500 for Patron
PhP8,500 for Platinum




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Dua Lipa, the talented woman behind the infectious chart-topper “New Rules,” will finally have her first solo major concert in the country. She has already performed in the metro twice last year, one as part of the roster of In the Mix 2017 where she sang five songs. Besides “New Rules,” the 23 year-old Albanian-English pop star’s other hits include “IDGAF,” “New Love,” “One Kiss,” Thinking Bout You,” and “Blow Your Mind.”

Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Take the MRT-3 and get off at Taft Avenue Station. Head outside and take a jeepney shuttle heading to SM Mall of Asia. Regular fare is PhP9. Get off the jeep and walk towards the eye-shaped building. That is the SM Mall of Asia Arena.


3. Postmodern Jukebox

When: September 14, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP2,650 for Price Level 6
PhP4,240 for Price Level 5
PhP3,710 for Price Level 4
PhP4,770 for Price Level 3
PhP7,045 for Price Level 2
PhP9,650 for Price Level 1




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Postmodern Jukebox is a musical collective that has amassed a Youtube following for flawlessly incorporating today’s popular music with classical styles such as jazz and Motown. It is composed of an impressive roster of classical musicians and vocalists who have one mission: to bring the classical sound back to the mainstream.

If you’re curious how Ed Sheeran’s hit “Shape of You” would sound like if it were made in the 70s, Postmodern Jukebox will answer your curiosity. Some of their other popular covers include “All About the Bass,” “Despacito,” and “Just Dance.”

How to get to Kia Theatre: You can take either the LRT-2 or MRT-3 and get off at the Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station. Walk along Aurora Boulevard and turn to General Aguinaldo Avenue, which is at the right side. Then take a left turn to get to Kia Theatre.


4. Tiffany and Debbie Gibson

When: September 15, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,590 for General Admission
PhP3,710 for Upper Box
PhP4,770 for Lower Box
PhP6,890 for Patron
PhP7,420 for VIP




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Here’s a treat for the titos and titas: two of your childhood faves would be joining forces for the ultimate throwback concert in Manila. Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, both iconic pop stars of the late 80s to the early 90s, will have their first concert in the metro as a tandem this month.

If millennials have the Britney Spears-Christina Aguilera rivalry, the older generation has the Debbie Gibson-Tiffany friction. The two were pitted against each other for both releasing debut albums in 1987 and having hits that reached the top of the Billboard charts. Both succeeded and gained loyal fans who have been supporting them for years.

Some of the songs that fans can expect to hear during the show include “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “Electric Youth,” “Lost In Your Eyes,” and “Could’ve Been.” Tickets are available at SM tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Follow the directions that were previously given.


5. My Love, Always

When: September 15, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP2,100 for Price Level 4
PhP3,150 for Price Level 3
PhP3,675 for Price Level 2
PhP4,200 for Price Level 1




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Besides Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, there’s another throwback concert that will certainly make you reminisce the good old days. Shane Filan of the group Westlife will be back to Philippine shores this September for a major concert. He promoted his album last February, but his last concert in the country was in 2014.

Manila is part of his “My Love, Always” tour which promotes his album of the same name. Besides performing some of Westlife’s popular songs such as “Uptown Girl,” “If I Let You Go,” “Swear it Again,” and “What About Now?,” he will also be performing his new songs.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow directions that were given previously.


6. Alden Richards: Adrenaline Rush

When: September 21, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,780 for Price Level 4
PhP2,780 for Price Level 3
PhP3,880 for Price Level 2
PhP4,780 for Price Level 1




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Alden Richards is indeed a very busy man this year. Besides his regular stint at the noontime show “Eat Bulaga,” he is also currently working on his new series “Victor Magtanggol.” But despite all these projects, Alden proves how hardworking and talented he is by taking to the stage this September.

After the sold-out success of his Upsurge concert, Alden offers another exciting show to his ever-loyal fans. The announcement for the special guests is yet to be announced by GMA.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow the directions that were given previously.


7. A Lani Morissette: A Musical Journey

When: September 22 to 23, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: The Theatre at Solaire
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,000 for Zone D
PhP2,000 for Zone C
PhP3,000 for Premium Gold
PhP4,000 for Zone B
PhP5,000 for Zone A
PhP6,000 for VIP




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You might have to take a double take at the name of this show because it’s not actually the Canadian-American singer and songwriter Alanis Morissette who’s having a concert. It’s actually the show of Lani Misalucha and Morissette Amon—both powerhouse vocalists of the country. The two are known for their impressive vocal chops, which is why Lani is called “Asia’s Nightingale” while Morissette is called “Asia’s Phoenix.” They will be having a back-to-back show which will highlight their individual journey towards achieving the peak of their careers.

Lani is known for her songs “Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin” (I Will Love You Tomorrow) and “Sana Dalawa Ang Puso Ko” (I Wish My Heart Were Two) while Morissette is known for her renditions of “Akin Ka Nalang” (Be Mine Instead) and “Secret Love Song.”

Tickets are available at Ticketworld outlets and Ticketworld online.

How to get to The Theatre at Solaire: Take the MRT to Taft Avenue Station. Ride a jeepney to SM Mall of Asia. Look for the free Solaire shuttle terminal. It is just in front of the mall. The Theatre at Solaire is accessible from the drop-off area via The Shoppes and Theatre parking area.


8. Sharon Cuneta at 40

When: September 28, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Smart Araneta
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,272 for Price Level 6
PhP2,650 for Price Level 5
PhP5,300 for Price Level 4
PhP6,360 for Price Level 3
PhP7,420 for Price Level 2
PhP10,600 for Price Level 1




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Sharon Cuneta is also known as “Megastar,” a title she earned by working hard. After 40 years in the business, her star still continues to shine—a hard feat to achieve in an industry where fame is hard to maintain. As a treat for her supporters or “Sharonians,” she will hold a special concert to commemorate this milestone in her career and life.

Joining her on stage would be Zsa Zsa Padilla, Kuh Ledesma, Basil Valdez, Regine Velasquez, Gary Valenciano, and Martin Nievera. Ryan Cayabyab, Mel Villena, and Louie Ocampo would be the musical directors of the show.

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Smart Araneta Coliseum: Take either LRT-2 or MRT-3 and get off at Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station and from there walk towards Gateway Mall. From there, Smart Araneta Coliseum can be seen immediately.


9. Unique the Grandma Tour

When: September 29, 2018; 8:00 PM
Where: Kia Theatre
Ticket Prices:
PhP848 for Price Level 5
PhP1,272 for Price Level 4
PhP2,120 for Price Level 3
PhP2,650 for Price Level 2
PhP3,922 for Price Level 1




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Unique Salonga is a solo artist who would be having his first solo concert in Manila this month. Unique was the former frontman of IV of Spades, a local band known for their smooth vocals and funky songs reminiscent of the 70’s disco era. After leaving the band, Unique released “Midnight Sky,” a single which received positive reception from fans, critiques, and his fellow musicians.

A month before his solo concert, he released his 12-track album titled Grandma, which also gained attention from netizens. Some of the songs from the album that he is expected to perform are “Ozone,” “Apoy ng Kandila” (Fire of the Candle), “Goodnight Prayer,” and “I’ll Break Your Little Heart”

Tickets are available at Ticketnet outlets and Ticketnet online.

How to get to Kia Theatre: Follow the directions that were given previously.


10. Seventeen

When: September 29, 2018; 7:30 PM
Where: MOA Arena
Ticket Prices:
PhP1,590 for Generic Ad
PhP2,650 for General Admission
PhP6,890 for Lower Box C
PhP9,010 for Lower Box B
PhP11,130 for Lower Box A
PhP13,250 for VIP seated, Standing A and B, Seated C




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Korean pop (K-pop) group Momoland performed in Manila last month, and this September another K-pop group would be visiting for a one-night only concert. Just like Momoland, Seventeen or SVT, is currently one of the hottest K-pop acts in Korea and internationally. Despite being called “Seventeen,” the boy group is actually composed of 13 talented members who can sing and dance as good as they look. As their name suggests, most of their songs evoke the feeling of being young and seventeen.

The group debuted last 2015 and has been releasing hits after hits such as “Don’t Wanna Cry,” “Oh My!,” “Clap,” and “Very Nice.” Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get to SM Mall of Asia Arena: Follow directions that were previously given.


Tips for purchasing tickets and watching the show:


  • Upon buying tickets, check the policy regarding the ticket transaction.
  • If you’re watching with a big group, check how many tickets can be issued per person.
  • To be updated on last-minute changes, follow the social media pages of the event organizer, the venue, or the artist.
  • Only buy tickets from the official distributor to avoid being scammed.
  • If you have a car and want to secure the best parking spot, come early at the venue. This is achievable by adjusting your travel time to avoid traffic.
  • Arriving early also helps for those whose tickets are for free seating only.
  • Practice basic courtesy. Do not take someone’s reserved seats.
  • Follow the rules and regulation of the venue. Check what is allowed to bring inside the venue.
  • Make sure to follow the dress code, if any, of the venue.
  • Keep an eye on your personal belongings to avoid theft.


Which of these shows would you watch this month? Tell us in the comments section below!

author

Denisse Shawntel Tan is a twenty-something who is still searching for her place in the adult world. To keep her sane from the city’s traffic, she makes art and paints with words. A self-confessed DIY addict and audiophile, you can find her making random stuff from Pinterest while listening to her 90s playlist. To get her attention, tell her that you can make sushi.

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