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Shawn Mendes’ ‘Illuminate World Tour’ in Manila

The long wait is over for Shawn Mendes fans as Smart Music Live brings the hitmaker’s Illuminate World Tour to Manila at the Mall of Asia Arena tomorrow. This event is made possible via MCA Music and Music Management International (MMI) Live.

The concert is made more meaningful for Smart subscribers as meet and greet, pre-events and VIP tickets are up for grabs exclusively for Smart Music Live aficionados.

The “Stitches” singer has Manila for his first leg this year before taking his tour to Japan late this month and starting his UK, Germany, US and other Western stops for the rest of 2017.

Citing Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, and John Meyer as his musical influences, the 18-year-old’s sophomore album Illuminate debuted at no.1 on the US Billboard 200 with 145,000 equivalents album units sold.

Canadian singer and songwriter Shawn Mendes returns to Manila for a solo concert at the Mall of Asia Arena on March 18

Banking on soft, classic rock genre, Mendes has definitely gone far from the self-taught, guitar-playing start he got from YouTube when he was 12-years old.

To win meet and greet passes, pre-event exclusives and VIP tickets to Illuminate world tour, just log on to smart.com.ph and follow Smart’s social media accounts: Facebook, @livesmart on Instagram and Twitter. Keep tracking down #SmartMusicLive and #SmartShawnMendes for more to meet Mendes and experience his music.

After Shawn Mendes, Smart Music Live continues with Fifth Harmony’s Manila concert also at the MOA Arena on April 5.

Topics: Shawn Mendes , ‘Illuminate World Tour’
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