Maroon 5 showers fans—including Smart and Spinnr subscribers—with hits during the band’s V Manila concert at the Mall of Asia Arena on Sept.17.
Front-man Adam Levine called the Filipino crowd amazing singers several times during the show where he snag the hits like “Animals,” “Harder To Breathe,” “This Love,” “Lost Stars,” “She Will Be Loved,” “Sugar” among others.
Prior to Maroon 5, Spinnr gave away free VIP passes to Ariana Grande’s recently concluded Honeymoon concert while lucky Imagine Dragons fans were also gifted with VIP tickets as well as meet-and-greet treat to the band’s latest Smoke + Mirrors tour in the Philippines. Spinnr even held a fun-filled Mystery Manila contest to grant free VIP tickets to some lucky Arianators as well.
“Everybody’s enthusiastically waiting for Maroon 5 to return to the Philippines since their last concert in 2012,” says Spinnr product manager Lucille Tang. “And as always, we allowed our entertainment-loving subscribers to enjoy the Smart Life and get the full music experience.”
To join future SPINNR promos, just register to the promo page at Spinnr app and website (www.spinnr.ph). Upon registration, they can start earning points by subscribing to Spinnr Live Package, which includes 30 days of all-day music access with no added data charges for only P99.
Spinnr, a music service introduced by wireless services leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), was named the “Best Mobile Music App” by the prestigious GSMA telecoms industry association at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain earlier this year. The app, which kickstarted the music streaming revolution in the Philippines, won at the GSMA’s 20th Global Mobile Awards which is dubbed the “Oscars” of the mobile industry.
So don’t be left behind, live the Smart Life via a full music experience from Spinnr. Download the Spinnr app or visit www.spinnr.ph to get the full music experience from music streaming to concert passes.
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