Save the date and save up! Artists, groups coming to the PH for much-awaited concerts, fan meetings

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Metro Manila (CNN Phiippines) — The long wait is over for Filipino fans because they can at last see their favorite artists peform live on stage!

To make the planning easier, here is a list of concert and fan meeting dates for you:


American pop rock band Lany is also coming to the Philippines, for not just one, but four days of concert at the SM MOA Arena from November 11 to 13 and 15 to 16.

Ticket prices range from ₱1,950 to ₱6,550.


Norwegian singer-songwriter Boy Pablo is ready to entertain his Filipino fans on November 26 at the New Frontier Theater.

Get your tickets now for ₱1,685 to ₱3,895.


“STAYC girls, it’s going down!”

Rising K-pop girl group STAYC will meet Filo-Swiths for the first time on Dec. 3 at the EVM Convention Center. Ticket prices, exclusive of ticketing charges, range from ₱1,500 to ₱12,500.


Clinton Kane is bringing his Maybe Someday It'll All Be OK tour to the Philippines! Catch him at the New Frontier Theater on December 3.

Ticket presale was held on July 12 to 14, while the organizer has yet to release the official date of the general sale. Pricing ranges from ₱1,500 to ₱4,500.


American pop rock band Maroon 5 is coming back to Manila on December 8 at the SM MOA Arena.

Price ranges from ₱2,500 to ₱23,500.


American music company 88rising, home to Asian-American pop artists like Niki, Joji, and Rich Brian, will bring its popular Head in the Clouds Music & Arts Festival to Manila on Dec. 9 to 10 at the SM Festival Grounds in Parañaque City.

Ticket prices range from ₱9,888 to ₱12,888.


After a two-day sold-out concert last October, K-pop boy group Seventeen will return to the country in December, but in a bigger venue. The boys will perform at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan on Dec. 17.

Ticket prices range from ₱1,850 to ₱18,450.


The kings of Hallyu will finally push through with their concert in Manila after being postponed last August. Super Junior will meet Filo-ELFs again in a two-day concert at the SM MOA Arena on Dec. 17-18.

Tickets are priced from ₱3,500 to ₱12,000 and will be on sale starting Nov. 30.



MIDZYs will have to prepare soon as K-pop girl group ITZY is set to bring its Checkmate World Tour to Manila. The group, known for its songs “Icy,” “Wannabe,” and “Dalla Dalla” will be performing at the Mall of Asia Arena on Jan. 14 and Jan. 15.

Ticket prices range from ₱3,500 to ₱13,500.


Good Boy in Manila!

South Korean actor Kim Seon Ho will bring his One, Two, Three. Smile fan meeting to the Philippines on Jan. 22 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Ticket prices were not yet disclosed, but selling will be on Dec. 4.


Get ready to strut the runway ala Catriona Gray as Grammy-winning R&B singer Ne-Yo — the man behind hits like “Miss Independent”, “So Sick”, and “Sexy Love” — is coming to Manila for a concert on Jan. 23 at the Araneta Coliseum.

Tickets will be available starting Oct. 15. Prices range from ₱1,050 to ₱8,925.


K-pop boy group Enhypen will bring their Manifesto World Tour to Manila on Feb. 4-5 at the SM MOA Arena. The presale of tickets for fan club members will be on Dec. 10 and the general sale will be on Dec. 11 onwards.

But the rising boy group will already meet Filo-Engenes in a "fun meet" on Dec. 3 at Araneta Coliseum as part of the 10th anniversary of cosmetic brand BYS.


American singer-songwriter Conan Gray is coming to Manila for his Superache Tour at the Mall of Asia Arena on Feb. 18.

Ticket pre-sale is on Nov. 17, while general sale is on Nov. 18. Ticket prices and other details are not yet available.


Irish group Westlife is bringing their The Wild Dreams Tour to Manila on February 20 to 21,2023 at the Araneta Coliseum.

Price of tickets ranges from ₱1,575 to ₱13,650.


Backstreet's back, alright!

American 90’s band Backstreet Boys is set to bring the Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour to Manila on Feb. 20 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

General ticket selling will be on Nov. 9. Ticket prices range from ₱3,750 to ₱17,500.


American pop-rock band OneRepublic will be coming back to Manila on Feb. 23, 2023 at the Araneta Coliseum to kick off its Asian tour.

Ticket selling started on Sept. 30 via TicketNet.


Get ready to cook it like a chef as K-pop boy group Stray Kids will return to Manila for a two-day concert at the SM MOA Arena on March 11-12. Details about the ticket selling and prices are not yet available.

But the boys from District 9 will first meet their aficionados in a fan meeting on Jan. 20.


Harry Styles adds Manila as part of his Love On Tour, which will be held on March 14 at the Philippine Arena.

Ticket pre-selling will be on Nov. 23. Other details were not yet revealed.


K-pop superstars Blackpink will be back as they included Manila for their upcoming “Born Pink” world tour that will start in October. Filo Blinks will be able to see the quartet perform live again on March 25-26 at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan. Fan club presale will be on Nov.18 and the general sale is from Nov. 20 onwards.

Ticket prices are not yet available.

THE 1975

English pop-rock band The 1975 is set to bring its At Their Very Best tour in the Philippines for a two-day concert on May 3-4 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Ticket prices range from ₱1,975 to ₱9,750.

This story will be updated.