Viva Live presents ‘Playlist’ at the Big Dome

Get ready for over the top singing, lots of rocking and a grand sing-along time as Viva Live brings the famed soloists of the biggest bands in Philippine pop music history in Playlist: The Best of OPM.

From left: Playlist: The Best of OPM headliners Joey G., Janine Tenoso, Juris Fernandez,  Jinky Vidal, Ice Seguerra, Jay Durias, and Meds Marfil 
The much-awaited concert of former band frontmen and vocalists is happening on Friday, March 1 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum at Araneta Center in Quezon City.  

All set for their first gig together are the voices of the hit machines that formed the Pinoy’s romantic soundtrack during the ‘80s and ‘90s eras. These are: Joey G. for the songs “Forevermore,” and “So Many Questions;” Jinky Vidal with “Before I Let You Go” and “So Slow;” Jay Durias of South Border with “Rainbow,” and “Kahit  Kailan;” Ice Seguerra for the ditties “Pag Dating Ng Panahon,” and  “Para Lang Sa ‘Yo;” Juris Fernandez  with  “A Love To Last A Lifetime,” and “I’ll Be There For You;” and Meds Marfil of True Faith with “Perfect,” “Huwag Na Lang Kaya,” and  “Muntik Nang Maabot Ang Langit.”

Joining them in this very special concert is rising star Janine Tenoso of the big hit “Di Na Muli.”  

Tickets to Playlist: The Best of OPM are available at TicketNet 911-5555 and at Ticket prices are VIP P3000; Patron B P2450; Box Premium P1800; Box Regular P1250; Upper Box P525; and General Admission P270. Call Viva Live 687-7236 for inquiries.  

Presented by SCRATCHIT, official media partners are PBO, VIVA TV, TMC, The Philippine Star, Wish 107.5, Mellow 94.7 and Pinas FM. 

Topics: Viva Live , Playlist: The Best of OPM , Joey G. , Ice Seguerra
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