A Boyce Avenue fever has gripped millions of Pinoy music fanatics across the country as the singing group touted as the biggest band on YouTube gears up to head for Manila after a year for a live performance at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City.
Sharing the spotlight as special guests at the Big Dome gig are American singer, songwriter-musician Savannah Outen and the fast-rising Australian band, At Sunset, both enjoy huge following on YouTube.
The post-Valentine presentation from Ovation Productions will kick off Boyce Avenue Philippine Tour 2016, a five-city concert series that includes shows at Waterfront Hotel & Casino Cebu on Feb. 18, Limketkai Mall Cagayan de Oro City on Feb. 19, St. La Salle Coliseum Bacolod City on Feb. 20 and University of Baguio on Feb. 22.
The concert, which is part of Boyce Avenue’s ongoing Be Somebody world tour, is expected to draw a huge attendance from diverse classes and types of music fans -- mostly from its large digital fan base, where it reigns as the No. 1 most streamed international artist in the Philippines.
The group was here for a Valentine’s Day gig in 2015 at the Big Dome, followed by another show the next day at the SMX Convention Center in Davao City.
Tickets are available at Smart Araneta Coliseum (concert on Feb. 16 – P5,280, P4,755, P4,225 , P3,700, P2,115 and P785), Ticketnet outlets nationwide and online at www.ticketnet.com.ph or call Ticketnet at 911-5555; Waterfront Hotel & Casino Cebu show on Feb. 18 -- (032) 232-6888/0917-622-8705; Limketkai Mall,Cagayan de Oro City show on Feb. 19 -- +63 88 856 8881; St. La Salle Coliseum Bacolod City show on Feb. 20 -- (033) 514-0199/0928-691-6661; University of Baguio show on Feb. 22 -- (074) 423 3912/0923 216 8038).
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