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A Concert Guide to Metro Manila Entertainment Shows This February 2019

Learn which of your favorite artists will perform on stage through this handy schedule of concerts.

By: Denisse Shawntel Tan | January 30, 2019

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February is National Arts Month. And when we talk about art, we are not only pertaining to paintings and theatre shows. Music and entertainment shows are also art forms that need appreciation. To get you into singing and dancing with all the talented local and international musical artists, check out all these fantastic live shows in Metro Manila that will take the concert scene by storm. Whether it’s EDM, OPM, K-pop, pop, or oldies, you’ll never be bored with the diverse selections of entertainment shows this month.


1. JM de Guzman: Love Goes On

When: February 1, 2019; 8:00PM
Prices:
Balcony – PhP1,700
Orchestra – PhP2,700
Orchestra Center – PhP3,700






If his charming looks are not enough to reel you in, JM de Guzman’s impressive vocals might do the trick. After wrapping up his noontime drama show, the multi-talented actor’s first project in 2019 will be a solo concert where he will serenade his fans for an early Valentine's treat. While the special guests are yet to be announced, JM shared that the songs he will be performing would be from his upcoming untitled album. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Ortigas station. From the station, walk towards Robinsons Galleria. When you arrive at Galleria, cross the road to get to the other side and wait for a G Liner bus that is headed to Quiapo. Ask the conductor to drop you off at Greenhills Shopping Center. From Greenhills, walk around until you reach the Music Museum. It is beside the Promenade Mall.




2. Sikat Ako: Katrina Velarde Live In Concert

When: February 1, 2019; 8:00PM
Where: New Frontier Theatre
Prices:
Price Level 5 – PhP901
Price Level 4 – PhP1,431
Price Level 3 – PhP2,650
Price Level 2 – PhP2,968
Price Level 1 – PhP3,392






Katrina Velarde gained a huge following after the YouTube videos where she impersonated famous pop singers went viral on the internet. Some of these singers are Beyoncé, Ellie Goulding, Mariah Carey, Shakira, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, and Celine Dion. And even though she can imitate dozens of artists, Katrina has a vocal style of her own that has been getting recognition from the local music scene. In her first major concert, Katrina will be joined by none other than Mr. Pure Energy himself Gary Valenciano, as well as Bugoy Drilon, Daryl Ong, Khel Pangilinan, and other surprise guests. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Take the LRT-2 and get off at Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station. From the station, take a walk along Aurora Boulevard and turn to General Aguinaldo Avenue on the right side of the road. Turn to the left and you’ll get to New Frontier Theatre.


3. Blackpink 2019 World Tour

When: February 2, 2019
Where: MOA Arena
Prices:
General Admission – PhP2,650
Upper Box Regular – PhP5,650
Upper Box Premium – PhP7,550
Lower Box B Regular – PhP11,550
Lower Box B Premium – PhP12,550
Lower Box A Regular – PhP13,550
Patron Standing – PhP14,550
Lower Box A Premium – PhP15,050
VIP Standing – PhP15,550
VIP Soundcheck Package/ VIP Send Off Package – PhP19,750






Blackpink is finally in our area! The phenomenal K-pop girl group will be having their first concert in Manila this February to the delight of Filipino Blinks or Blackpink fans. Jenny, Lisa, Jisoo, and Rose included Manila as one of their stopovers for their 2019 World Tour. The quartet will perform their hits, including “Ddu-Du-Ddu-du,” “As If It’s Your Last,” “Boombayah,” and “Whistle.” Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.




How to get there: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Taft Avenue Station. Exit the station and ride a jeepney or shuttle heading to SM Mall of Asia. Once you arrive at the Mall of Asia Complex, walk towards the eye shaped building, which is the Mall of Asia Arena itself.


4. The Golden Sound of The Platters

When: February 7, 2019; 8:00PM
Prices:
Price Zone 6 – PhP1,500
Price Zone 5 – PhP2,500
Price Zone 4 – PhP3,500
Price Zone 3 – PhP4,500
Price Zone 2 – PhP5,500
Price Zone 1 – PhP6,000
Patron Standing – PhP14,550






Considered as one of the most influential groups that emerged in the 1950s, The Platters boasts a repertoire of beloved classic sounds that still strike a chord, generations later. Some of their songs like “Only You,” “The Great Pretender,” “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” “My Prayer,” and “Twilight Town” are staples in radio stations and singing contests. The group has produced around 40 chart-toppers in the Billboard hit charts and 16 golden records in the span of their entire career. Current members include Eddi Stovall Sr., Kim Leo Green, Deneen Davis, Mose Edward Stovall Jr., and Frederick Berry. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Ride the MRT and alight at the Taft Avenue Station. When you arrive at the station, head to the northbound side and take a left turn. Look for the McDonald’s and enter the passageway nearby. You will find white Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 loop shuttles. Ride one of them then get off at Resorts World Manila. Go to the third floor of the Newport Mall, where The Newport Performing Arts Theater is located.




5. Found Music Festival

When: February 9, 2019; 5:00PM to 11:00PM
Where: Circuit Makati Event Grounds
Prices:
Yellow Zone – PhP500
Early Bird (Gen Ad) – PhP1,000
Regular (Gen Ad) – PhP1,500
Early Bird Group Package (Gen Ad) – PhP4,000
Early Bird Group Package – PhP6,500






Found Music Festival is a music festival that celebrates faith. It features major Christian artists such as Aia de Leon, Barbie Almalbis, Quest, Upper Room Worship, Victory Worship, and for KING & COUNTRY. The music festival aspires to bring a community that celebrates love and light. Besides music, there would be art installations and food to feast on. Tickets are available on SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get there: Take the MRT up to Guadalupe Station. From the station, ride a jeepney heading to Del Pan or El Guinto and get off at PRC.


6. Syzygy Music Festival

When: February 9, 2019
Where: SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds
Prices:
Cove Gold – PhP1,040
VIP Standing – PhP6,240






DJ Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are regarded as Kings of Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium. For hardcore EDM fans who want to watch the duo perform live, the two will headline the Syzygy Music Festival. The duo produced infectious electronic beats such as “Tremor,” “Kings,” “Mammoth,” and “Complicated.” Other acts that will participate at the festival include DJs Ron Poe, Jennifer Lee, Marc Marasigan, Jason Dewey, Everyday People, Callum David, Victor Pring, and Marga On The Mic. Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.




How to get there: Follow the directions given about heading to SM Mall of Asia Complex but instead of going to the MOA Arena, find the Concert Grounds instead. It is facing the Manila Bay.


7. Years & Years: The Palo Santo Tour

When: February 25, 2019
Where: New Frontier Theatre
Prices:
Price Level 5 – PhP1,250
Price Level 4 – PhP2,500
Price Level 3 – PhP3,500
Price Level 2 – PhP4,200
Price Level 1 – PhP4,500






Their fans have waited for years and years, and now British electropop band Years & Years will finally have their first show in Manila. Manila is part of the band’s Palo Santo Tour in Asia. In the show, they will perform some of their hits such as “Desire,” “Eyes Shut,” “King,” “Shine,” and “If You’re Over Me.” The band was formed in 2010 and released a chart-topping debut album “Communion” in 2015. Tickets are available at TicketNet outlets and TicketNet online.

How to get there: Follow directions that were given previously.




For more updates about events and entertainment in Metro Manila, visit the Yoorekka Magazine.


Tips for purchasing tickets and watching the show:

• Make sure to buy tickets from known and legitimate sellers only. Be wary of scalpers since they tend to sell tickets in a much expensive price.
• If you’re going with a group of friends, check the rules regarding bulk purchase. There are bundled promos for group purchases in some shows.
• Follow the social media accounts of the artists, event organizers, or the venue itself for any updates regarding last-minute changes or cancellations.
• Be early to increase your chances of getting the best seats. If the show, however, has assigned seating, don’t take someone else’s seat.
• Follow the rules and regulations of the venue. Be aware of what is allowed to bring and to wear at the venue.
• Since crowded places are usual targets for thieves and pickpockets, make sure to keep your personal belongings close to you at all times.


Which of these entertainment shows do you have tickets to already? Share your concert preps with us in the comments section!

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Get ready to have fun at these concert shows this month!

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February is National Arts Month. And when we talk about art, we are not only pertaining to paintings and theatre shows. Music and entertainment shows are also art forms that need appreciation. To get you into singing and dancing with all the talented local and international musical artists, check out all these fantastic live shows in Metro Manila that will take the concert scene by storm. Whether it’s EDM, OPM, K-pop, pop, or oldies, you’ll never be bored with the diverse selections of entertainment shows this month.


1. JM de Guzman: Love Goes On

When: February 1, 2019; 8:00PM
Prices:
Balcony – PhP1,700
Orchestra – PhP2,700
Orchestra Center – PhP3,700




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If his charming looks are not enough to reel you in, JM de Guzman’s impressive vocals might do the trick. After wrapping up his noontime drama show, the multi-talented actor’s first project in 2019 will be a solo concert where he will serenade his fans for an early Valentine's treat. While the special guests are yet to be announced, JM shared that the songs he will be performing would be from his upcoming untitled album. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Ortigas station. From the station, walk towards Robinsons Galleria. When you arrive at Galleria, cross the road to get to the other side and wait for a G Liner bus that is headed to Quiapo. Ask the conductor to drop you off at Greenhills Shopping Center. From Greenhills, walk around until you reach the Music Museum. It is beside the Promenade Mall.




2. Sikat Ako: Katrina Velarde Live In Concert

When: February 1, 2019; 8:00PM
Where: New Frontier Theatre
Prices:
Price Level 5 – PhP901
Price Level 4 – PhP1,431
Price Level 3 – PhP2,650
Price Level 2 – PhP2,968
Price Level 1 – PhP3,392




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Katrina Velarde gained a huge following after the YouTube videos where she impersonated famous pop singers went viral on the internet. Some of these singers are Beyoncé, Ellie Goulding, Mariah Carey, Shakira, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, and Celine Dion. And even though she can imitate dozens of artists, Katrina has a vocal style of her own that has been getting recognition from the local music scene. In her first major concert, Katrina will be joined by none other than Mr. Pure Energy himself Gary Valenciano, as well as Bugoy Drilon, Daryl Ong, Khel Pangilinan, and other surprise guests. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Take the LRT-2 and get off at Araneta Center Cubao Terminal Station. From the station, take a walk along Aurora Boulevard and turn to General Aguinaldo Avenue on the right side of the road. Turn to the left and you’ll get to New Frontier Theatre.


3. Blackpink 2019 World Tour

When: February 2, 2019
Where: MOA Arena
Prices:
General Admission – PhP2,650
Upper Box Regular – PhP5,650
Upper Box Premium – PhP7,550
Lower Box B Regular – PhP11,550
Lower Box B Premium – PhP12,550
Lower Box A Regular – PhP13,550
Patron Standing – PhP14,550
Lower Box A Premium – PhP15,050
VIP Standing – PhP15,550
VIP Soundcheck Package/ VIP Send Off Package – PhP19,750




__fb_share__



Blackpink is finally in our area! The phenomenal K-pop girl group will be having their first concert in Manila this February to the delight of Filipino Blinks or Blackpink fans. Jenny, Lisa, Jisoo, and Rose included Manila as one of their stopovers for their 2019 World Tour. The quartet will perform their hits, including “Ddu-Du-Ddu-du,” “As If It’s Your Last,” “Boombayah,” and “Whistle.” Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.




How to get there: Ride the MRT-3 and get off at Taft Avenue Station. Exit the station and ride a jeepney or shuttle heading to SM Mall of Asia. Once you arrive at the Mall of Asia Complex, walk towards the eye shaped building, which is the Mall of Asia Arena itself.


4. The Golden Sound of The Platters

When: February 7, 2019; 8:00PM
Prices:
Price Zone 6 – PhP1,500
Price Zone 5 – PhP2,500
Price Zone 4 – PhP3,500
Price Zone 3 – PhP4,500
Price Zone 2 – PhP5,500
Price Zone 1 – PhP6,000
Patron Standing – PhP14,550




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Considered as one of the most influential groups that emerged in the 1950s, The Platters boasts a repertoire of beloved classic sounds that still strike a chord, generations later. Some of their songs like “Only You,” “The Great Pretender,” “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” “My Prayer,” and “Twilight Town” are staples in radio stations and singing contests. The group has produced around 40 chart-toppers in the Billboard hit charts and 16 golden records in the span of their entire career. Current members include Eddi Stovall Sr., Kim Leo Green, Deneen Davis, Mose Edward Stovall Jr., and Frederick Berry. Tickets are available at TicketWorld outlets and TicketWorld online.

How to get there: Ride the MRT and alight at the Taft Avenue Station. When you arrive at the station, head to the northbound side and take a left turn. Look for the McDonald’s and enter the passageway nearby. You will find white Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 loop shuttles. Ride one of them then get off at Resorts World Manila. Go to the third floor of the Newport Mall, where The Newport Performing Arts Theater is located.




5. Found Music Festival

When: February 9, 2019; 5:00PM to 11:00PM
Where: Circuit Makati Event Grounds
Prices:
Yellow Zone – PhP500
Early Bird (Gen Ad) – PhP1,000
Regular (Gen Ad) – PhP1,500
Early Bird Group Package (Gen Ad) – PhP4,000
Early Bird Group Package – PhP6,500




__fb_share__



Found Music Festival is a music festival that celebrates faith. It features major Christian artists such as Aia de Leon, Barbie Almalbis, Quest, Upper Room Worship, Victory Worship, and for KING & COUNTRY. The music festival aspires to bring a community that celebrates love and light. Besides music, there would be art installations and food to feast on. Tickets are available on SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.

How to get there: Take the MRT up to Guadalupe Station. From the station, ride a jeepney heading to Del Pan or El Guinto and get off at PRC.


6. Syzygy Music Festival

When: February 9, 2019
Where: SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds
Prices:
Cove Gold – PhP1,040
VIP Standing – PhP6,240




__fb_share__



DJ Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are regarded as Kings of Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium. For hardcore EDM fans who want to watch the duo perform live, the two will headline the Syzygy Music Festival. The duo produced infectious electronic beats such as “Tremor,” “Kings,” “Mammoth,” and “Complicated.” Other acts that will participate at the festival include DJs Ron Poe, Jennifer Lee, Marc Marasigan, Jason Dewey, Everyday People, Callum David, Victor Pring, and Marga On The Mic. Tickets are available at SM Tickets outlets and SM Tickets online.




How to get there: Follow the directions given about heading to SM Mall of Asia Complex but instead of going to the MOA Arena, find the Concert Grounds instead. It is facing the Manila Bay.


7. Years & Years: The Palo Santo Tour

When: February 25, 2019
Where: New Frontier Theatre
Prices:
Price Level 5 – PhP1,250
Price Level 4 – PhP2,500
Price Level 3 – PhP3,500
Price Level 2 – PhP4,200
Price Level 1 – PhP4,500




__fb_share__



Their fans have waited for years and years, and now British electropop band Years & Years will finally have their first show in Manila. Manila is part of the band’s Palo Santo Tour in Asia. In the show, they will perform some of their hits such as “Desire,” “Eyes Shut,” “King,” “Shine,” and “If You’re Over Me.” The band was formed in 2010 and released a chart-topping debut album “Communion” in 2015. Tickets are available at TicketNet outlets and TicketNet online.

How to get there: Follow directions that were given previously.




For more updates about events and entertainment in Metro Manila, visit the Yoorekka Magazine.


Tips for purchasing tickets and watching the show:

• Make sure to buy tickets from known and legitimate sellers only. Be wary of scalpers since they tend to sell tickets in a much expensive price.
• If you’re going with a group of friends, check the rules regarding bulk purchase. There are bundled promos for group purchases in some shows.
• Follow the social media accounts of the artists, event organizers, or the venue itself for any updates regarding last-minute changes or cancellations.
• Be early to increase your chances of getting the best seats. If the show, however, has assigned seating, don’t take someone else’s seat.
• Follow the rules and regulations of the venue. Be aware of what is allowed to bring and to wear at the venue.
• Since crowded places are usual targets for thieves and pickpockets, make sure to keep your personal belongings close to you at all times.


Which of these entertainment shows do you have tickets to already? Share your concert preps with us in the comments section!

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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